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    Hello Inspectors: My name is Fred. I'm an electrical educator and I am looking forward to learning and assisting when ever possible.

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    Looking forward to the edumication.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred Warner View Post
    Hello Inspectors: My name is Fred. I'm an electrical educator and I am looking forward to learning and assisting when ever possible.
    Got any "Sub-panels"?

    Welcome aboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vern Heiler View Post
    Got any "Sub-panels"?

    Welcome aboard.
    Funny you should ask. To my knowledge, this term is not in the NEC. I much prefer the term "remote panelboard".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Menelly View Post
    Looking forward to the edumication.

    Welcome aboard
    Your language is too copius for my diminutive sagacity. Thanks for the Welcome.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred Warner View Post
    Funny you should ask. To my knowledge, this term is not in the NEC. I much prefer the term "remote panelboard".
    Well I'll be, another one of 'us' ... do not know you, but ... I have been saying the same thing for some many years that I finally made an Avatar and made one just for that: If you go in one of those, and the panel looks like that, you are truly looking at a "sub panel".

    By 'us" I mean one who recognizes that there are no "subpanels", "sub panels", "mainpanels" or "main panels", just ... "panels".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred Warner View Post
    Funny you should ask. To my knowledge, this term is not in the NEC. I much prefer the term "remote panelboard".
    Hot Dang we gonna have some fun with you... O-Boy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Bibler View Post
    Hot Dang we gonna have some fun with you... O-Boy...

    Welcome glad to have.............you... sorry about that

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    Nice to be aboard. Thanks for the Welcome.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Peck View Post
    Well I'll be, another one of 'us' ... do not know you, but ... I have been saying the same thing for some many years that I finally made an Avatar and made one just for that: If you go in one of those, and the panel looks like that, you are truly looking at a "sub panel".

    By 'us" I mean one who recognizes that there are no "subpanels", "sub panels", "mainpanels" or "main panels", just ... "panels".
    And let's not forget that danged old "fuse box"! What would that avatar look like?.....a box of fuses?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred Warner View Post
    And let's not forget that danged old "fuse box"! What would that avatar look like?.....a box of fuses?
    How about old fashioned fuses for dynamite laying on a box of ... dynamite ... "fuse" "box" for sure?

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    The almighty "Google" says there is such a thing.

    I googled the term fuse box.

    Guess what?

    fuse box - Google Image Search


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    Rick:

    Please pass these fuse boxes out to everbody on this thread . . .

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    And here's a sub panel . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred Warner View Post
    Funny you should ask. To my knowledge, this term is not in the NEC. I much prefer the term "remote panelboard".
    Give it some time, I have a feeling that when enough people use the word sub panel, it will be included.

    Right now I'm trying to change "Bathroom exhaust fan" to "Fart Fan".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Peck View Post
    By 'us" I mean one who recognizes that there are no "subpanels", "sub panels", "mainpanels" or "main panels", just ... "panels".
    What, no service panels either. I'm going to have to go back and take that ITA class again. The first three time I took those classes, they told me there is a thing called a service panel. Man, I'm glad they told me I can go back as many times as I want at no extra charge.


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