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j_w_hines
NEC 240.21 (C) states that conductors are permitted to be connected to a transformer secondary without overcurrent protection at the secondary. It further states that 240.4(B) is not permitted.  240.4(B) is for next size up of standard overcurrent devices as long as calculated load is less.  At the same time, 450.3(B) allows 125% for
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willettslinda
Here is a Jeopardy game for your classroom visits.  The game must be in the PRESENT mode for it to work. Many classrooms have projection technology such as a SmartBoard.      https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1qhP7qhykv7GnqJxlYNw3RuqHforySzg4GxmSLKm6CUE/edit?usp=sharing    Below is the PowerPoint version which
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twelle
Recently, the Times of San Diego published an article about their Board of Supervisors approving building code upgrades for wildfire protection.  With the rise of extreme wildfires in the last several decades, our nation seems to struggle with using these same types of tools, Codes and Standards, to address the ever increasing
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lloyd.abentroth
Would a GFCI outlet in a cabinet be considered readily accessible?  Our local AHJ is saying no because homeowners will more than likely place items under the sink in front of the outlet.  We do not understand how this is any different than many homeowners who will put free standing shelving, or permanently mounted shelving within the
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