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Discussion and code references needed here #112325
05/27/01 11:32 AM
05/27/01 11:32 AM
Joe Tedesco  Offline OP
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Give the rules in the NEC that can be used to cite the violation here.


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Re: Discussion and code references needed here #112326
05/28/01 09:55 PM
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300-11(b). It appears smurf tubing is secured to the EMT.

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Re: Discussion and code references needed here #112327
05/28/01 09:59 PM
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Octagonal box is crowded?

I'll assume at least 8 conductors...

[This message has been edited by sparky66wv (edited 05-28-2001).]


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Re: Discussion and code references needed here #112328
05/29/01 12:23 PM
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I would also call attention to the cord connected fixtures where the receptacle is not located properly according to Section 410-30(c) Electric-Discharge Fixtures.
1. A listed fixture or a listed assembly shall be permitted to be cord connected if
a. The fixture is located directly below the outlet box or busway, and
b. The flexible cord is
1. Visible for its entire length outside the fixture,
2. Not subject to strain or physical damage, and
3. Terminated in a grounding-type attachment plug cap, busway plug or have a fixture assembly with a strain relief and canopy.


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