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Definitions #81882
09/27/02 10:40 AM
09/27/02 10:40 AM
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TE  Offline OP
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Can anyone define these.

Article 100 give the definition for

Receptacle- it includes both single and multiple receptacles.

With that in mind, how do you define the following terminology used throughout the NEC

"one receptacle":

"a receptacle":

"two or more receptacles":

2017 / 2014 NEC & Related Books and Study Guides
Re: Definitions #81883
09/27/02 03:43 PM
09/27/02 03:43 PM
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i would think 'same yoke' would have a bearing ....

Re: Definitions #81884
09/27/02 05:39 PM
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Is this carrying over from Mike Holt's forum?
[Linked Image] If so...... Get in here 66,your gonna luv it !

http://www.mikeholt.com/forum/Forum1/HTML/003777.html


Donnie

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