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    Default Re: "Type of Branch Circuit Wiring" - Texas

    "type of .......wiring"
    AL / CO
    If its open ground - 2 wire, I state it elsewhere in the comments.


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    Smile Re: "Type of Branch Circuit Wiring" - Texas

    Robert, here are some examples of branch circuit wiring types.

    Non-Metallic sheathed (Romex)
    BX cable or also known as armored cable (flexible conduit)
    Knob-and-tube
    Single strand copper installed in metal conduit.

    Types of wiring include.
    Copper, Aluminum, Copper clad aluminum, Solder dipper copper, Copper multi-strand, Aluminum multi-strand


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    Default Re: "Type of Branch Circuit Wiring" - Texas

    The biggest thing (required) to be distinguished is between copper and aluminum.

    If you want to go beyond that and distinguish the specific types, that's up to you.

    Rich


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    Default Re: "Type of Branch Circuit Wiring" - Texas

    Copper or aluminum? NM cable, conduit, or knob and tube? Properly grounded 3-prong? Reverse polarity? Properly protected with the proper OCPD? That type of thing.

    Randall Aldering GHI BAOM MSM
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    Default Re: "Type of Branch Circuit Wiring" - Texas

    Simple: Type of wiring: Copper, AL, etc. This, to me indicates type of branch circuit wiring.

    Wiring methods: Romex, NM, etc. or any combination


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