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I have a project with about 12 modular furniture floor drops for office cubicles. The prints call for 2#12 1#10N w/ #12G. I would like to install 2#12N. I believe it would be better for the computers. Is there a code that will support this. I installed "super neutral" for similar project about 10 years ago and the computers had issues and had to change to separate neutral.
 

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Do it like the prints say.

If you run 2 hots and two neutrals from the panel to the furniture connection and the furniture connection has two hots and one 10 AWG neutral what would you do at that point?

By the way, you can get MC with a super neutral to make it easy.
 

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Modular furniture is pretty specific about there connections and points of connection.

Someone else [I assume] made the specifications for these cubicles and what would be used in them.
Any problems are that designers problem - not yours....


...unless you decide to take on that problem by deviating from the specs.
 

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I have a project with about 12 modular furniture floor drops for office cubicles. The prints call for 2#12 1#10N w/ #12G. I would like to install 2#12N. I believe it would be better for the computers. Is there a code that will support this. I installed "super neutral" for similar project about 10 years ago and the computers had issues and had to change to separate neutral.
The issues you had, had nothing to do with the Super Neutral, unless you had bad splices or bad cable.
 
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