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Old 12-03-2017, 12:06 PM   #1
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I am still reading up on 2017 NEC. It has been said that the new swimming pool requirements are now requiring these voltage detection systems to be permanently installed for in ground pools and near marinas where swimming is allowed. Here is a portable one. My question is, where is this found in the NEC 2017? Thanks.


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i'd be shocked if it wasnt in 680 somewhere
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It's shocking that nobody thought of this sooner.
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I'd be shocking if someone was shocked by this at some point.
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Cool .. Is that thing a shock absorber ?
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I forget which trade rag recently detailed the national pool shock pandemic , but i suppose this floating Vtic is the market response....~CS~
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I am still reading up on 2017 NEC. It has been said that the new swimming pool requirements are now requiring these voltage detection systems to be permanently installed for in ground pools and near marinas where swimming is allowed. Here is a portable one. My question is, where is this found in the NEC 2017? Thanks.

How can you "permanently" install this if you have to walk it around like a childs duck toy and it runs on batteries?
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Pretty sure they are NOT required by the 2017 - Shocking I know !
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How can you "permanently" install this if you have to walk it around like a childs duck toy and it runs on batteries?
They claimed there are permanet styles that are installed at a pool , just like lighting. Not sure how it works though.
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They claimed there are permanet styles that are installed at a pool , just like lighting. Not sure how it works though.
I havent see anything is perament at all for voltage detector for swimming pool system.

but I think someone is working on that idea but who know.,
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