How are designers, engineers and electrical contractors achieving compliance to NEC 240.87 in 2014 code and NEC 240.67 in the 2017 code. Thank you
There are companies out there that specialize in that, Schneider Electric, for example. They can help with this.
Thank you! I contacted Schneider and they currently have solutions on if circuit breakers are used in 240.67 & 76; however, they do not have a solution if the disconnect switch is fused - maybe next year.
It's a good question. The 2017 NEC post-dated that requirement though, and it doesn't become effective until 2020. So the big players in the industry have plenty of time to figure it out.
I came across your question and had just seen this disconnect option from ABB: HPC*, New Generation, High Pressure Contact Fusible | ABBindustrial
Hope this helps.
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