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#83156 - 01/15/03 06:51 PM Neutral to be defined in the 2005 NEC
Joe Tedesco Offline
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The term "Neutral" will be defined in the 2005 NEC if the Code Making Panel 1 actions are all balloted as accept.

The final version will be available in the ROC.

They are working on some new definitions and revising a few definitions and will begin discussing Article 110.
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#83157 - 01/16/03 04:14 AM Re: Neutral to be defined in the 2005 NEC
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Joe,
this is going to be a dooosey.....

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#83158 - 01/17/03 02:46 AM Re: Neutral to be defined in the 2005 NEC
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┬┐Will they be calling it a noodle?

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