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Extension Cords #100051
10/07/06 10:08 PM
10/07/06 10:08 PM
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George Little  Offline OP
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Can I make up my own extension cord for use on the job? Look at 240.5(B)(3).


George Little
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Re: Extension Cords #100052
10/07/06 10:39 PM
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Ryan_J  Offline
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Sure, the NEC doesn't apply to cords that you are using on your job site. It is an installation standard. [90.2(A)]


Ryan Jackson,
Salt Lake City
Re: Extension Cords #100053
10/07/06 10:54 PM
10/07/06 10:54 PM
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George Little  Offline OP
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Your right Ryan. For some reason I was remembering the section that used the words "Listed cord sets" and when I did find it, it was "Listed GFCI protection". Must be the CRS kicking in again.


George Little
Re: Extension Cords #100054
10/07/06 11:32 PM
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wa2ise  Offline
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OSHA rules may apply.

Re: Extension Cords #100055
10/19/06 11:28 AM
10/19/06 11:28 AM
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BKey  Offline
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OSHA 1926 subpart K would apply, The wire would need to be 12AWG and the connectors on the ends would need to be rated for use in that application.
The practice of making up a 2g box on the end would be unacceptable.


Bryan L. Key
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Terry's Electric Inc.
An Xcelecom Company
600 N. Thacker Ave., Suite A
Kissimmee, Florida 34741
Re: Extension Cords #100056
10/19/06 02:11 PM
10/19/06 02:11 PM
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Roger  Offline
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BKey, I believe the # 12 minimum is the smallest cord that is allowed to be repaired, I don't think it pertains to making a cord.

If it does can you post the exact section?

Roger


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