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Conductors, currents, and circuit protection–The AC side

Before we get into the details of conductors, currents, and circuit protection on the AC side of the PV system, let’s step...

Back to basics: Conductors, currents and circuit protection

For the time being, the transmission of electrical energy in a photovoltaic (PV) electrical power system requires that the various components be hardwired. Followers...

Three Phase to Three Phase VFDs in a Single Phase to...

I find inspecting the wiring and branch circuit protection of a three phase to three phase VFD used in a single phase to three...

Do We Need a Grounded Conductor at that Switch Location or...

Have you ever bought a shirt or sweater only to have second thoughts about the necessity of that purchase before you get the item...

Unravelling mystery of FT marking for conductors and cables

By this time, the subject of FT marking for combustible insulation and jackets of conductors and cables should be well understood by the Canadian...

Is it a Conductor or a Cable?

On this article we will discuss upcoming changes regarding definitions of conductors and cables for the 2018 Canadian Electrical Code Part I (CE Code)....

Why did the Table 6 change result in fewer conductors in...

The quick answer is that Table 6 in the 2012 CE Code was not accurate for all types of raceways. This inaccuracy was identified with...

Application of Table 39 in the CE Code — do...

Rule 4-006 introduced into 2012 edition of the CE Code (and its newly improved version incorporated into the 2015 edition) has certainly created lots...

How electricians test continuity of protective conductors

For all protective conductors, including main and supplementary bonding conductors, electricians must perform a continuity test using a low-reading ohmmeter. For main equipotential bonding,...

When is overcurrent protection required for current-carrying conductors?

This article will explore the need for overcurrent protection for current-carrying tap conductors. CE Code Rule 14-100 requires overcurrent protection where a conductor receives...
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