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110.4 General, Voltages
Throughout this Code, the voltage considered shall be that at which the circuit operates. The voltage rating of electrical equipment shall ...
National Electrical Code 2020 of Minnesota > 1 General > 110 Requirements for Electrical Installations > 110.4 Voltages
(A) Wiring and Protection, Voltages
Unless other voltages are specified, for purposes of calculating branch-circuit and feeder loads, nominal system voltages of 120, 120/240, 208Y/120 ...
National Electrical Code 2020 of Minnesota > 2 Wiring and Protection > 220 Branch-Circuit, Feeder, and Service Load Calculations > 220.5 Calculations > (A) Voltages
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Wiring methods specified in Chapter 3 shall be used for 1000 volts, nominal, or less where not specifically limited in some section of Chapter 3. They ...
National Electrical Code 2020 of Minnesota > 3 Wiring Methods and Materials > 300 General Requirements for Wiring Methods and Materials > 300.2 Limitations > (A) Voltage
(1) Wiring Methods and Materials, Voltage
Voltage between ungrounded conductors shall not exceed 300 volts. Voltage between ungrounded conductors and the grounded conductor shall not exceed ...
National Electrical Code 2020 of Minnesota > 3 Wiring Methods and Materials > 324 Flat Conductor Cable: Type FCC > 324.10 Uses Permitted > (B) Branch-Circuit Ratings > (1) Voltage
(B) Equipment for General Use, Voltage
The secondary circuit voltage shall not exceed 15,000 volts, nominal, under any load condition. The voltage to ground of any output terminals ...
National Electrical Code 2020 of Minnesota > 4 Equipment for General Use > 410 Luminaires, Lampholders, and Lamps > 410.143 Transformers > (B) Voltage