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Does this identification look OK?

[Linked Image from nachi.org]


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O.K. I'll be the fist one to bite, It looks good to me. Am I missing something?

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It looks like everything in 240.83 has been satisfied.


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But what about 240.81?


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Looks like a 2 Pole frame, with no handle tie across the reset handles.

If this is a 2 Pole unit, then the following would be identification issues:

<OL TYPE=1>

[*] Listed as a 1 Pole unit on both Poles of the unit,


[*] No common trip indication.
</OL>

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Looks OK to me, although Ryan brings up a good point, on 240.81


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I cropped the image to get a close up and here is the rest of the story.

Note: UL does not approve they list or label and the CSA I believe does the same.
http://www.nachi.org/bbsystem/usrimages/1/100_03031.JPG
http://www.nachi.org/bbsystem/usrimages/1/100_03041.JPG


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So you're saying that the problem isn't in the identification at all, but in the text that was added to the photo?

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Yup!


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I figured you were talking about code compliance with the breaker itself, not the added text.


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