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Old 06-27-2016, 06:46 PM   #21
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Here is a chart showing the difference between ac and mc

http://www.afcweb.com/cross-referenc...-ac-mc-cables/

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320.100 Construction. Type AC cable shall have an armor
of flexible metal tape and shall have an internal bonding
strip of copper or aluminum in intimate contact with the
armor for its entire length.

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330.104 Conductors. Conductors shall be of copper, aluminum,
copper-clad aluminum, nickel or nickel-coated
copper, solid or stranded. The minimum conductor size
shall be 18 AWG copper, nickel or nickel-coated copper, or
12 AWG aluminum or copper-clad aluminum.
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Intimate contact? Are you allowed to say that on ET?
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The only time you count the ground is in SJ cord, for some strange reason.
Pretty much all cord types, not just SJ. At least all the types we use round here.

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If you want a black, red, white, and ground in a W cable you order a x-4C cable.

If you want a black, red, white, and ground in a G cable you order a x-3C cable.
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Only Cap Wire (SJOOW, SOOW) include ground wire and treat it as One conduct
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