PEC Chapter 2

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Chapter 2 of PEC
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  1. Multicondutor
    flat cable ___or larger shall be permitted to employ an
    external ridge on the grounded conductor.
    22mm2
  2. Terminal Identification shall not be required for devices that have a
    normal current rating of over ___ amperes, other than polarized attachment plugs
    and polarized receptacles for attachment plugs.
    30
  3. Multioutlet branch circuits greater than __ amperes shall be permitted to
    supply nonlighting outlet loads on industrial premises...
    50
  4. Occupancy
    Limitation. In dwelling units and guest rooms or guest suites of hotels,
    motels, and similar occupancies, the voltage shall not exceed ___ volts,
    nominal, between conductors that supply the terminals of luminaires (lighting fixtures) and cord-and-plug connected loads 1440
    volt-amperes, nominal, or less or less than hp.
    230
  5. 600v
    between conductors. The auxiliary equipment of electric-discharge lamps
    mounted in permanently installed luminaires where the luminaires are mounted in
    accordance to supply:

     

    -         
    Not less than a height of ___mm on poles or
    similar structures for the illumination of outdoor areas such as highways,
    roads, bridges, athletic fields, or parking lots.

    Not less than a height of ___mm on other
    structures such as tunnels
    • 6700
    • 5500
  6. Number of Branch Circuits. The minimum number of branch circuits shall be
    determined from _______ and the _______ of the
    circuits used.
    • the total calculated load
    • size or rating
  7. Dwelling Units. Small-Appliance Branch Circuits.
    In addition to the number of branch circuits
    required by other parts of this section, ___ or more 20-ampere small-appliance
    branch circuits shall be provided for all receptacle outlets
    two
  8. Dwelling Units. Laundry Branch Circuits. In addition to the number of branch circuits
    required by other parts of this section, at least ___ additional 20-ampere
    branch circuit shall be provided to supply the laundry receptacle outlet(s).
    This circuit shall have no other outlets.
    one
  9. Dwelling Units. Bathroom Branch Circuits. In addition to the number of branch circuits
    required by other parts of this section, at least ___ 20-ampere branch circuit
    shall be provided to supply bathroom receptacle outlet(s). Such circuits shall
    have no other outlets
    one
  10. Single Branch Circuit. For a dwelling unit having a floor area not more
    than ___ sq. meters it shall be permitted to have single 20-ampere 2-wire branch
    circuit provided that total load shall not exceed ____ volt-amperes
    • 50
    • 3680
  11. A device intended to provide protection from the
    effects of arc faults by recognizing characteristics unique to arcing and by
    functioning to de-energize the circuit when an arc fault is detected.
    Arc-Fault Circuit Interrupter
  12. Branch
    Circuits Not More Than 600v. General. Where a branch circuit supplies
    continuous loads or any combination of continuous and noncontinuous loads, the
    minimum branch-circuit conductor size, before the application of any adjustment
    or correction factors, shall have an allowable ampacity not less than the
    noncontinuous load plus ___percent of the continuous load.
    125
  13. Lampholders.
    Where connected to a branch circuit having a rating in excess of 20
    amperes, lampholders shall be of the heavy-duty type. A heavy-duty lampholder shall
    have a rating of not less than ___ watts if of the admedium type, or not less
    than ___ watts if of any other type.
    • 600
    • 750
  14. Permissive
    Loads. In no case shall the load ____ the branch-circuit ampere rating.
    exceed
  15. A
    ___- or ___-ampere branch circuit shall be permitted to supply lighting units or
    other utilization equipment, or a combination of both
    • 15
    • 20
  16. 15- and 20-ampere Branch Circuits.
    Cord-and-Plug-Connected Equipment Not Fastened in Place. The rating of any one cord-and-plug-connected
    utilization equipment not fastened in place shall not exceed ___percent of the
    branch-circuit ampere rating
    80
  17. 15- and
    20-ampere Branch Circuits. Utilization Equipment Fastened in Place. The
    total rating of utilization equipment fastened in place, other than luminaires
    (lighting fixtures), shall not exceed ___percent of the branch-circuit ampere
    rating where lighting units, cord-and-plug-connected utilization equipment not
    fastened in place, or both, are also supplied.
    50
  18. 30-ampere Branch Circuits. A 30-ampere branch circuit shall be permitted to
    supply fixed lighting units with heavy-duty lampholders in other than a
    dwelling unit(s) or utilization equipment in any occupancy. A rating of any one
    cord-and-plug-connected utilization equipment shall not exceed ___percent of the
    branch-circuit ampere rating
    80
  19. A
    ___- or __-ampere branch circuit shall be permitted to supply cooking appliances
    that are fastened in place in any occupancy. In other than dwelling units, such
    circuits shall be permitted to supply fixed lighting units with heavy-duty
    lampholders, infrared heating units, or other utilization equipment
    • 40
    • 50
  20. Branch Circuits larger than __ amperes shall
    supply nonlighting outlet loads.
    50
  21. Appliance
    receptacle outlets installed in a dwelling unit for specific appliances, such
    as laundry equipment, shall be installed within ____mm of the intended location
    of the appliance.
    1800
  22. Dwelling Unit Receptacle Outlets.  (For 125-volt
    and/or 250-volt, 15- and 20-ampere rec.outlets) Receptacle outlets required by
    this section shall be in addition to any receptacle that is part of a luminaire
    or appliance, located within cabinets or cupboards, or located more than ___mm
    above floor.
    1700
  23. Spacing. Receptacles
    shall be installed so that no point measured horizontally along the floor line
    in any wall space is more than ____mm from a receptacle outlet.
    1800
  24. Wall Space. Any space ___ mm or more in width (including space
    measured around corners) and unbroken along the floor line by doorways,
    fireplaces, and similar openings.
    600
  25. Floor Receptacles. Receptacle outlets in floors shall not be
    counted as part of the required number of receptacle outlets unless located
    within ___mm of the wall.
    450
  26. The
    receptacle outlet for refrigeration equipment shall be permitted to be supplied
    from an individual branch circuit rated ___ amperes or greater.
    15
  27. Wall Counter Space.  Receptacle outlets shall be installed at each
    wall counter space ___mm or wider. And shall be installed so that no point
    along the wall line is more than ___mm
    • 300
    • 600
  28. Island Counter Space. Atleast 1 receptacle with long dimension of
    ___mm or greater and short dimension of ___mm or greater. With rangetop, less
    than 300mm wide, it is considered to be divided into 2 separate countertop
    spaces
    • 600
    • 300
  29. Peninsular Counter Space. Atleast 1 receptacle outlet with long dimension
    of ___mm or greater, and short dimension of ___mm or greater
    • 600
    • 300
  30. Receptacle Outlet Location.  Shall be
    located above, but not more than ___mm above countertop
    500
  31. Receptacles mounted below a countertop shall not be located where it extends more than
    ___mm beyond its support base
    150
  32. Bathrooms. Atleast 1 receptacle outlet shall be installed
    in bathrooms within ___mm of the outside edge of each basin
    900
  33. Receptacle
    shall not be required to be mounted in the wall or partition where it is
    installed on the side or face of the basin cabinet not more than ___mm below
    the countertop
    300
  34. Outdoor Outlets.  For a
    one-family dwelling and each unit of a two-family dwelling that is at grade
    level, at least one receptacle outlet accessible at grade level and not more
    than ___mm above grade shall be installed at the front and back of the
    dwelling
    2000
  35. Hallways. In dwelling units, hallways of ___mm or more in
    length shall have atleast one receptacle outlet.
    3000

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