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Monday, January 2, 2017


Re: CQD answer published December, 20, 2016 -Class 2 Circuits

You might pass back to Michael Janiszewski (19 December's Q&A) that they could use a line-voltage circuit from the house to the charger to energize a relay at the house for the desired alarm.

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Hey Scott thanks for your comment. Yes, that could be done as stated in 300.3(C), maybe even set it up to energize the equipment that was being vandalized! No wait - that would be a violation of 110.27.


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