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Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by andersman02, Sep 23, 2012.
No Sir. Just pay a boatload of money to have my ec on retainer
Well it seems that you choose to follow the rules that suit you as well.
And I don't think there is anything wrong with that.
Muddywater , Answers to most of your questions can be read at this Link.
Yeah I read that article when I did a google search last night. And it does say that 12v wire needs to be 6" underground... even though I have never ever seen anyone put it 6" underground in a planting bed or natural area.
I have yet to find a NEC download to read through yet.
You probably would have to pay for a down load.
Also you can go to Mike Holts NEC code forum and find answers.
Well for the betterment of the industry as some have said, why doesn't one the nec advocators get the nec guidlines posted to the sticky notes?
Or does anyone actually have a copy of the nec guidelines?
This post is interesting. Says there is no direct burial depth for low voltage class 2 or 3 wire.
You can purchase an NEC code book at Barnes and Noble or most Electrical supply companies.
I just bought the NEC app for $10 for my ipad. It is a 08 app but I would think it is still good for what we are doing anyway.
The people advocating NEC don't even know the rules!!
Under minimum of 102-mm (4-in.) thick concrete exterior slab with no vehicular traffic and the slab extending not less than 152mm (6-in) beyond the underground installation. ----------------------> can be installed 4" under slab