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#78141 08/21/01 06:00 PM
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IN THE PAST I HAVE ONLY WORKED ON SYSTEMS 600V AND LESS. I AM CURRENTLY WORKING ON 1000V SYSTEM AND NEED TO KNOW IF THE REQUIRED SPACING PHASE-PHASE AND PHASE -GROUND IS GREATER.
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#78142 08/21/01 08:43 PM
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MOELLER;
read about it in 110

#78143 08/21/01 08:46 PM
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Ditto, Sparky, but it is 110-36. I also suggest if you are going to make a habit of over 600V you get a copy of the National Electrical Safety Code, which goes a bit deeper into clearances, also check with OSHA part 1926

#78144 08/21/01 08:47 PM
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Geez fat fingered non proof reading....
110-34


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