Before we get into the details of conductors, currents, and circuit protection on the AC side of the PV system, let’s step back and try to get a bigger picture of where are some of the dangers or hazards that need to be considered.
For example, today’s Code requirements state that an intentionally grounded conductor (sometimes referred to as a neutral conductor) is required to be installed at all switch locations where switches control lighting loads that are supplied by a grounded general-purpose branch circuit, or are they?
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 of buzz (including arguments, frustration, confusion…
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, there is no single fixed value…
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 a supply of current and at…
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