Among the ways service conductor requirements differ from those for branch circuit and feeder conductors is service conductors for one structure can’t pass through the interior of another structure [230.3]. You also apply different rules, depending on whether a service conductor is inside or outside a structure. When are they “outside” as opposed to “inside?” The answer seems simple at first glance, but the obvious answer may be wrong. For example, you’re ...
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