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(4) Outside Secondary Conductors
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Where the conductors are located outside of a building or structure, except at the point of load termination, and comply with all of the following conditions:
- The conductors are protected from physical damage in an approved manner.
- The conductors terminate at a single circuit breaker or a single set of fuses that limit the load to the ampacity of the conductors. This single overcurrent device shall be permitted to supply any number of additional overcurrent devices on its load side.
- The overcurrent device for the conductors is an integral part of a disconnecting means or shall be located immediately adjacent thereto.
- The disconnecting means for the conductors is installed at a readily accessible location complying with one of the following:
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