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690.31(G) Dc PV Source and Output Circuits on or in a building

From HeatSpring.com PV Boot Camp Discussion Board

Q:

thanks for the great info and pictures, and just to clarify all our dc into building are in metal conduit complying with NEC.

A:

Yes!

690.31(G) Dc PV Source and Output Circuits on or in a building tells us that when we have dc PV source and output circuits touching a building that they shall be inside metal (typically EMT) up until the first readily accessible dc disconnect.

Thanks,
Sean White


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