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(B) Branch-Circuit Overcurrent Device
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Fixture wire shall be permitted to be tapped to the branch-circuit conductor of a branch circuit in accordance with the following:
- 15- or 20-ampere circuits — 18 AWG, up to 15 m (50 ft) of run length
- 15- or 20-ampere circuits — 16 AWG, up to 30 m (100 ft) of run length
- 20-ampere circuits — 14 AWG and larger
- 30-ampere circuits — 14 AWG and larger
- 40-ampere circuits — 12 AWG and larger
- 50-ampere circuits — 12 AWG and larger
Flexible cord used in listed extension cord sets shall be considered to be protected when applied within the extension cord listing requirements
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