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Are Industrial Equipment Control Panels located on the process floor subject to the working space requirements of Table 110.26(A)(1)? Panels will have Motor Controllers at 480V.
Hey Richard thanks for your question. Yes. Industrial Control Panels that contain 480 volt motor controllers are typically considered equipment that would be likely to have or more of the activities described in 110.26(A) performed while the equipment is energized.
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