National Electrical Installation Standards

Standards as High as Your Own

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Wednesday, July 8, 1998

Question:

Which of the following switch types would be most suitable to use for manual operation to provide a means of directly connecting load conductors to a power source, and of disconnecting the transfer switch. a. ___ Bypass isolation switch b. ___ General-use switch c. ___ Isolating switch d. ___ Transfer switch
A

Answer:

a

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