Mike Holt

Mike
Holt
Articles
Surge Suppression Devices
Avoid transient voltage problems by understanding how to correctly apply Art. 285 of the National Electrical Code (NEC)
Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Equipment
Article 430, the largest Article in the NEC, is commonly understood to be the “motor” Article
Code Quandaries 1
Q. What are the NEC grounding requirements for satellite dishes?
Code Q&A
Q. What are the GFCI requirements for vending machines?
Code Q&A
Q. Can we use EMT in a masonry wall, or must we use RMC?
Code Q&A
Q. Is the grounding conductor for a TV antenna sized the same as a grounding conductor for a satellite dish?
Code Quandaries
Q. I am having a hard time understanding the rule on how to size the circuit breaker/fuse for a motor that has separate overload protection. Can you please explain this rule?
Code Q&A
Q. Do we still have to bond the deck of an outdoor swimming pool if the deck is constructed of pavers?
Code Q&A
Q. We are being told that we must GFCI protect our receptacle for the washing machine if it is located within 6 ft of the laundry sink.
Pools and Spas — Part 3 of 3 2
How to meet Art. 680 requirements for wiring fountains, pools, and spas per the National Electrical Code (NEC)
Stumped by the Code?
Q. I am having a hard time understanding the feeder tap rules. Can you please show an example of how the 1/10 rule for 10-ft taps applies?
Code Q&A
Q. What are the requirements for grounding metal equipment racks supporting computer servers?
Code Q&A
Q. We are being told that we can’t use PVC conduit underground to provide power to the gasoline pumps we are wiring. Is this true?
Pools and Spas — Part 2 of 3
How to meet Art. 680 requirements for wiring pools and spas per the National Electrical Code (NEC)
Code Quandaries
Q. How does the Code address diesel fuel dispensers as they relate to hazardous locations?
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