ethernet and AC in conduit
I know it's not recommended or allowed by the NEC , but I'm wondering
if anybody knows how likely I am to have problems if I run ethernet
and AC (120 volt) in the same conduit for 20 meters....
- Re: ethernet and AC in conduit
... if anybody knows how likely I am to have problems if I run ethernet ... and AC (120 volt) in the same conduit for 20 meters.... ... John ...
- Re: SIMPLE electrical job. Cost via electrician? chg direct-wire to plug & socket
... EMT or better conduit. ... Is Romex wiring too lenient? ... There are Chicago code nazis that will defend the conduit requirement. ... Shouldn't the municipalities be forced to follow the NEC? ...
- Re: Wiring in conduit
... NEC does not allow this. ... making connections without a junction box in non-accessible locations. ... the NEC has not allowed a splice inside a conduit. ...
- Re: What size wiring and conduit do I need?
... I gave him the values for copper since the poster said "I plan on using copper wire". ... The type of insulation required is based on whether it is direct burial, conduit or open raceway. ... Per table 310.16 of the NEC a minimum cable of 1/0 for direct burial cable or 3 AWG for cable in conduit is needed to carry 100 amps. ... Conduit is sized by taking the size of the total cables and having that volume be no more than 40% of the interior conduit volume. ...
- Re: Electricians - Have an electrical question
... And NEVER run it through conduit. ... earlier edition of the NEC because of a mistake. ... "Cables shall be permitted to be installed where ... articles," and similar wording in other conduit articles. ...