National Electrical Code (NEC)Commented on: 1 year ago (May 29, 2014)
WOW, I can actually now see what the inspector meant when he said the conduit ends are Terminations. I would have never thought of it that way without this article. We, as electricians, think of...
Over the years I have wired more than my share of fire pumps. Almost without exception, the jockey pump mysteriously appears and stumps everyone. Sometimes, it is included with shipment, but not...
To play devils advocate, since the service conductors do have an "OVERALL JACKET," could one not argue that the 3 ft clearance requirement DOES NOT APPLY?
I could imagine that the "C's" were installed in good faith. Whomever ran the second row above them, should get their card pulled and sent back to Apprentice school.
In regards to "Old Spark...
The use of a handy box, as well as the goofy cover, smell suspiciously of a DIY unlicensed hack who has no concept of the Code or proper installations for exterior or wet locations.
Set-screw fittings not approved for wet locations.