I would in a heartbeat.
What about 310.8(C)?I would in a heartbeat.
1 and 3(C) Wet Locations. Insulated conductors and cables used
in wet locations shall comply with one of the following:
(1) Be moisture-impervious metal-sheathed
(2) Be types MTW, RHW, RHW-2, TW, THW, THW-2,
THHW, THWN, THWN-2, XHHW, XHHW-2, ZW
(3) Be of a type listed for use in wet locations
What about 310.8(C)?
1 and 3
Crap,, I missed that.:jester:You only need to comply with just one.
I have been so used to just getting THHN-2 copper.I don't get it. It's THW, why not?
I do, I don't know everything though.The W in THW means it is listed for wet locations. Do you even electric, bro?
You'll also notice that the THHN you use is cross-listed as THWN, as the W again notates listed for wet locations. If it was just THHN, it would be a code violation to install it in a wet location.I have been so used to just getting THHN-2 copper.
I saw this in the trailer and was not sure.
I know now.:thumbsup:
I saw once a table that listed what the lettering meant. I thought it was in the NEC is where I saw it. I tried to find it again briefly and gave up.You'll also notice that the THHN you use is cross-listed as THWN, as the W again notates listed for wet locations. If it was just THHN, it would be a code violation to install it in a wet location.
Even within a raceway?Somewhere I thought that the conductors needed to be sun light resistance also for service risers.
No.It shows you are a J-man. You have to admit you ask some pretty basic questions sometimes. Did you lie on your personal info?