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Automatic Transfer Switch #96574
12/08/05 08:20 AM
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Emergency / Life safety systems must have its own automatic transfer switch. Other, non-emergency loads can be fed from a common emergency generator but a separate automatic transfer switch must be installed. What Code section support the above? I wasn't certain if it was in the 2002 or 2005 NEC.

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