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712.65 Available DC Fault Current
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When modifications to the electrical installation occur that affect the available fault current at the dc source, the available fault current shall be verified or recalculated as necessary to ensure the equipment ratings are sufficient for the available fault current at the line terminals of the equipment. The required field marking(s) in 712.65(A) shall indicate the new available fault current and date.
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