(B) Insulated Equipment Grounding Conductors and Insulated Equipment Bonding Jumpers
- The grounding terminals of all receptacles other than isolated ground receptacles
- Metal outlet boxes, metal device boxes, or metal enclosures
- All non-current-carrying conductive surfaces of fixed electrical equipment likely to become energized that are subject to personal contact, operating at over 100 volts
- Metal faceplates, by means of a metal mounting screw(s) securing the faceplate to a metal yoke or strap of a receptacle or to a metal outlet box
Exception No. 1: For other than isolated ground receptacles, an insulated equipment bonding jumper that directly connects to the equipment grounding conductor is permitted to conned the box and receptacle(s) to the equipment grounding conductor. Isolated ground receptacles shall be connected in accordance with 517.16.
Exception No. 2: Luminaires more than 2.3 m (7 1/2ft) above the floor and switches located outside of the patient care, vicinity shall be permitted to be connected to an equipment grounding return path complying with 517.13(A) or (B).