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CAN/ULC’s are free to view actually.

And the stuff you posted on wire sizes, bond in an EMT, and class A or B are good ideas, but not code requirements
Definitely true. These are the parts that I see fail most often in AB. AB is unique in that an engineer needs to witness all fire alarm verifications so I've seen hundreds. Any time we can't get ground faults or the furthest horn/strobes don't work, it's because of these issues.

Thanks for the note on the CAN/ULC free-to-view. I was not aware.
 

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Thanks for the note on the CAN/ULC free-to-view. I was not aware.
Eddy posted this in the fire alarm section here ... Free read only access to CAN/ULC’s

Nice if they'd do the same with electrical code. I saw on a DIY forum, that the national plumbing code is available, nothing for electrical though.
 
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