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#186182 - 04/24/09 09:24 PM 240.21 (B) 2 Taps not over 25feet .??  
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3 conditions must be complyed with.
But as I read it theres nothing saying that the disconnect at 25 ft has to be in the same room over even same floor , long as conductor distance does not exceed the 25feet.
You guys read it the same??
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#186199 - 04/26/09 09:26 PM Re: 240.21 (B) 2 Taps not over 25feet .?? [Re: Yoopersup]  
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I agree, 25ft of conductor is the only 'physical' limitation.


#186209 - 04/27/09 10:28 AM Re: 240.21 (B) 2 Taps not over 25feet .?? [Re: JBD]  
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I don't see the possible benefit of having the disconnect in the same room as the tap, or on the same floor.

After all, it won't deenergize the tapped conductors.







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