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#93187 - 05/05/05 10:33 PM stranded 14 awg
watersparkfalls Offline

Registered: 03/08/05
Posts: 210
Loc: Washington...Not DC
true or false stranded wire cannot be connected on a scew terminal(i.e. switch)
without the use of a terminal knife/ring connector? please reference nec article.


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#93188 - 05/06/05 02:29 AM Re: stranded 14 awg
iwire Offline

Registered: 01/05/03
Posts: 4343
Loc: North Attleboro, MA USA
All UL listed devices for use with 14, 12 and 10 AWG are suitable for solid or stranded conductors.

That info. can be found in the UL White book.
Bob Badger
Construction & Maintenance Electrician

#93189 - 05/06/05 04:53 PM Re: stranded 14 awg
Redsy Offline

Registered: 03/28/01
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Loc: Bucks County PA
Yes, UL White Book page 100 under "Termnial" subheading of the "Receptacles for Attachment Plugs and Plugs (RTRT)" heading


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