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#107614 08/29/04 12:41 AM
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Here's a (name removed) utility job - NOTE 13kv riser cables up against streetlight lumiare.

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#107615 08/29/04 01:28 AM
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Ok my line or outside experiance is limited.... But is the pole too short? Looks like 54'? if thats a 40' there next to it. Secondary and street lighting side too high? Both? Isn't there a rule for seperation of so many feet? Any of the linemen out there got comments for that?

Am sure they should not be wrapped around aech other like that...


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#107616 08/29/04 07:18 PM
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doesn't look like there is any type of bushing on that riser. [Linked Image]

#107617 08/29/04 10:44 PM
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Who has to service that cobra-head light fixture?

Not me...

#107618 08/30/04 12:09 AM
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Utility systems are often designed and installed under the National Electrical Safety Code, published by IEEE.

[In California, the document is General Order 95 for overhead systems, at ]www.cpuc.ca.gov/Published/Graphics/13352.PDF]


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