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Old 06-06-2013, 08:14 PM   #21
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I bet that if you really look at the rule it says conductors not cables or raceways.

In other words the open conductors at the weatherhead not the entire cable.

That one sure is.
Your right ! Open conductors without an overall insulating covering . Ex triplex, conductors protruding from weather head
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Nice work, Scott.

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I'll bet two of them go behind the meter.
i was thinking how they wired the line side of the bottom meter also
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Your right ! Open conductors without an overall insulating covering . Ex triplex, conductors protruding from weather head
I am sure you are right but that is some weak ruling right there. SE is safe but triplex is dangerous? You can't staple UF to the side of the house, can you?
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I am sure you are right but that is some weak ruling right there. SE is safe but triplex is dangerous? You can't staple UF to the side of the house, can you?
I agree , personally i don't like se cable but im not bashing it. When i'm able i always use rmc or pvc but sometimes se cable is practical for the situation . As far as uf stapled to the side of a house, i see it practically all the time on older houses where someone couldn't figure out how to use a fish tape, protect for the first 6-8 feet and uf from there up.
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