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Professional Electrical Wiring Residential 19Th Edition Galleries - 12/2 and two 14/2 nonmetallic-sheathed awg cables enter a field. Every cable has an device grounding conductor. The 12 awg conductors are related to a receptacle. Of the 14 awg conductors are related to a toggle transfer. The alternative 14 awg conductors are spliced together when you consider that they serve as a switch loop. The box includes cable clamps. Calculate the minimal cubic-inch volume required for the field. Solution: ground wire----#12 (2.25cu. In.)??1 x 2.25 ----------2.25 cu. In. Conductors: 2—#12/2 ---- 2 x 2 x 2.25 ------------------------------nine.00 cu. In. 2—#14/2 ---- 2 x 2 x 2.00 ------------------------------8.00 cu. In. Devices: 1—toggle switch –1 x 2 x 2.25 ------------------------four.50 cu. In. 1—receptacle –1 x 2 x 2.25 ----------------------------four.50 cu. In. Fittings (clamps) 2—cable clamps—1 x 2.25 ----------------------------2.25 cu. In. ------------------------------------------------------------- 31.50 cu. In. Using the equal quantity and size of conductors as in questions 28, however the use of electric metal tubing, calculate the minimum cubic-inch extent required for the box. There can be no separate system grounding conductors, nor will there be any clamps inside the field. Answer: ground twine—should discern on one ground wire because of the neighborhood code requirement of all conduit structures requiring a ground cord. The answers can be the same due to the fact the electric steel tubing would require the usage of metal connectors that have to enter the box, you would depend them as fittings, this means that that regardless of what number of fittings are entering the container the you'll figure it at ( 1-instances the cubic inch of the biggest conductor that enters the container. To allow for ok conductor duration at electric outlet and tool boxed to make up connections, 300.14 calls for that now not much less than [ 3 in.(75 mm). 6 in. (150 mm), 9 in. (225 mm)] of conductor duration be supplied. This period is measured from where the conductor emerges from the cable or raceway to the quit of the conductor. For box openings having any size less than 8in. (200mm), the minimal duration of conductor measured form the field commencing inside the wall to the stop of the conductor is [ three in. (75 mm), 6 in. (One hundred fifty mm), 9 in. (225 mm). Circle the ideal solution. Answer web page 21 figure 2-2 whilst wiring a residence, what ought to be considered while putting in wall containers on both sides of a common partition that separates the storage and a liveable room? The hearth rating of the walls need to be maintained because of this that containers won't be set up “returned to returned” or inside the equal air void. A separation of 24 inches horizontal should be maintained except the bins are listed as being fire resistant. The bins which might be on the hearth rated wall should be nicely blanketed or encased with a hearth puddy. Does the nec® allow metal raceways for use with nonmetallic bins? Yes _____x______ no__________ nec®______nec® 314.3 (exception) –previded that each one metal raceways or cables entering the box are bonded collectively to maintanin the integrity of the grounding course to different equipment inside the set up. P. 33.