Branch Circuits – Part Two

Newsletter Written by admin branch circuits, Part 2 of 2 – BASED ON THE 2011NEC By Mike Holt for EC&M Taken from Mike Holt’s Illustrated Guide to Understanding the National Electrical Code,

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Branch Circuits – Part 2 mike holt, NEC Consultant | Feb 23, 2011 The wiring inside a dwelling that you cannot see may be an arc fault waiting to happen, due to improper installation; corrosion; damage

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It is the branch circuits run on or between buildings, structures, or poles on the premises; and electrical equipment and wiring for the supply of utilization equipment that is located on or attached to the outside of buildings, structures, or poles.

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