But by far and large, the one '17 change that left everyone in class with that 'kicked in the pants'
look was this>>>
215.2 A 1 Exception No. 2: Where a portion of a feeder is connected at both its
supply and load ends to separately installed pressure connections as
covered in 110.14(C)(2), it shall be permitted to have an allowable
ampacity not less than the sum of the continuous load plus the noncon‐
tinuous load. No portion of a feeder installed under the provisions of
this exception shall extend into an enclosure containing either the feeder
supply or the feeder load terminations, as covered in 110.14(C)(1).
This is hard for me to 'splain , especialy w/o the HB pix .
It's essentially saying we can run a feeder @ 90C
There's a 1/2 page of if's & buts.....
I still don't get it...:(