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(D) Between Equipment and Power Supplies Other Than Branch-Circuit Power
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The following power supplies, other than branch-circuit power supplies, shall be installed and wired between equipment in accordance with the requirements of this Code for the voltage and power delivered:
Informational Note: For some equipment, these sources such as in items (1) and (2) serve as the only source of power. These could, in turn, be supplied with intermittent or continuous branch-circuit power.
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