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  1. #1
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    Aug 2009
    santa rosa new mexico

    Default Labeling on SECs

    Is it a violation for this type of taped lableing to the conductors?
    Also, is it deficiency with the out coating on what is labeled as "N" (neutral) SEC?



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    Garry Blankenship's Avatar
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    Default Re: Labeling on SECs

    As Robert has provided, the only legal way to identify the neutral is white or gray tape totally circumferencing the neutral conductor. While the two hot labels have the same problem, there is no need to label them.


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