ECN Electrical Forum - Discussion Forums for Electricians, Inspectors and Related Professionals
ECN Shout Chat
ShoutChat
Recent Posts
100 Definitions: Accessible 2023
by gfretwell - 07/18/24 04:26 PM
240V only in a home and NEC?
by emolatur - 07/18/24 01:05 PM
2023 CEU Course
by gfretwell - 07/17/24 01:08 AM
Is this really a thing
by dsk - 07/16/24 01:23 PM
90.5(C) Explanatory Material 2023
by gfretwell - 07/16/24 12:14 PM
New in the Gallery:
This is a new one
This is a new one
by timmp, September 24
Few pics I found
Few pics I found
by timmp, August 15
Who's Online Now
1 members (Admin), 264 guests, and 13 robots.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Previous Thread
Next Thread
Print Thread
Rate Thread
#87610 03/25/04 08:17 AM
Joined: Feb 2004
Posts: 494
M
Member
Hi,
Is there a requirement for In Use Covers for outlets on a temp-pole?

thanks for any replies.

Mustang

Stay up to Code with the Latest NEC:


>> 2023 NEC & Related Reference & Exam Prep
2023 NEC & Related Reference & Study Guides

Pass Your Exam the FIRST TIME with the Latest NEC & Exam Prep

>> 2020 NEC & Related Reference & Study Guides
 

#87611 03/25/04 08:49 AM
Joined: Oct 2000
Posts: 2,749
Member
Yes, see 527.2 All Wiring Installations.
(A) Other Articles. Except as specifically modified in this article, all other requirements of this Code for permanent wiring shall apply to temporary wiring installations.

Look for the rule in Article 406


Joe Tedesco, NEC Consultant
#87612 03/25/04 09:18 AM
Joined: Feb 2004
Posts: 494
M
Member
Hi,
Thanks for the reference. I will look it up.

I appreciate the reply.

Sincerely,

Mustang

#87613 03/25/04 04:31 PM
Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 4,391
Moderator
Mustang spend the money on some really large metal in use covers for use on temps.

The plastic ones get broken in no time leaving you with a possible OHSA fine.

Also the cords used on construction sites are not typical home owner size cords, you will need the large in use covers to close over the heavy cords.

Red Dot makes some nice ones and I am sure others do to.

Bob


Bob Badger
Construction & Maintenance Electrician
Massachusetts
#87614 03/25/04 08:01 PM
Joined: Feb 2004
Posts: 494
M
Member
Hi,
Thanks for the reply. I never have cared for the plastic see through covers. They may be more expensive than the Red Dot. I paid around $9 for a Horizontal GFCI Cover that was pot metal. I am like you though, the metal ones are more durableEspecially on a temp pole that is goingto be moved from time to time.


Thanks for the replies.

Sincerely,

Mustang


Link Copied to Clipboard
Powered by UBB.threads™ PHP Forum Software 7.7.5