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#98356 - 01/19/06 04:41 PM Attn: Joe T.-Re:NEC 210.12(B)
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Registered: 04/30/01
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Joe,
I was told today that Article 210.12(B), the arc fault requirement, has been deleted from the NEC without any substitutions effective 11/20/05. I was told by an Indiana State Code Enforcement Officer. Can you verify or refute this info?
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#98357 - 01/20/06 05:52 AM Re: Attn: Joe T.-Re:NEC 210.12(B)
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It is true...in Indiana. The NEC has made no such rule change.
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