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  1. NEC Code Forum
    From the 2008 NEC: 310.15 B 4 b - ... states that the neutral conductor carries the same current as the line to neutral loads. My understanding is that this means the grounded conductor (neutral) is sized the same as the ungrounded conductors. I also understand that this also holds true for...
  2. General Electrical Discussion
    I recently took a picture of an electrical panel to an inspector and the question came up of an uninsulated circuit conductor being used as a neutral. (Probably an old range and dryer circuit.) To me it looks like this is not a problem for an existing circuit. - See exception NEC 250.140...
  3. NEC Code Forum
    I have a cellular tower site with 5 meters, 1 for local service (lighting) and 4 for future operators. I have a 50 kva transformer in a pole at the front of the property where the meters are located and the tower site is about 100 yards away. I have to ground at the meter location according...
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