Why is the term “grounded conductor” included in the heading of new Table 250.102(C)(1)? A. It is an error and will be corrected in newer printings of the 2014 NEC. B. Because the grounded conductor is used as a bonding jumper. C. In the case of an installation of a service for a single load installed in a single raceway, such as a 460V, 3-phase motor, which has no calculated neutral load per 220.61, this is a method for calculating the size of the required grounded conductor in ...

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