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430.26 Feeder Demand Factor
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Where reduced heating of the conductors results from motors operating on duty-cycle, intermittently, or from all motors not operating at one time, the authority having jurisdiction may grant permission for feeder conductors to have an ampacity less than specified in 430.24, provided the conductors have sufficient ampacity for the maximum load determined in accordance with the sizes and number of motors supplied and the character of their loads and duties.
Informational Note: Demand factors determined in the design of new facilities can often be validated against actual historical experience from similar installations.
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