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#93187 05/06/05 01:33 AM
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true or false stranded wire cannot be connected on a scew terminal(i.e. switch)
without the use of a terminal knife/ring connector? please reference nec article.

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#93188 05/06/05 05:29 AM
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All UL listed devices for use with 14, 12 and 10 AWG are suitable for solid or stranded conductors.

That info. can be found in the UL White book.


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#93189 05/06/05 07:53 PM
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Yes, UL White Book page 100 under "Termnial" subheading of the "Receptacles for Attachment Plugs and Plugs (RTRT)" heading


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