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#50167 03/24/05 11:13 AM
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Is there an allowance for a splice (inside a junction box) for a "Feeder Cable". The NEC doesn't seem to mention it one way or the other.

#50168 04/01/05 05:06 PM
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You are right, NEC doesn't say restriction for this, at least, I couldn't find it.
According to 110.14 (B), 215 and 300.13. But be carefull, some utility companies don't permit to do that before meters to avoid stealing energy.

#50169 04/01/05 05:53 PM
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It would be very unusual for a power company to be concerned with feeders.

They concern themselves with service conductors.

The NEC does not prohibit splices in either.


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#50170 04/01/05 06:24 PM
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Power utilitys also arent required to follow the NEC. They are governed by I believe the NESC(national electric suppliers code?)


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