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Is there a new code that requires a circuit label for hospital light switches. I can see the requirement for receptacles in Article 517, but I do not see it for light switches.

I was told this was something new that has been required.

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I can't find anything in the 2014 Code that requires circuit labels for switches; only receptacles.


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Thanks for the quick response. even though it might be a good idea i couldn't find it in the 2014 either . Must be an urban myth awaiting to be born. :-)I have seen it in specs before as some hospitals.

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I see nothing either. Sure it's not a 'spec'??


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