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Industrial Electrical Applications 413

392.80(A)(3) SINGLE CONDUCTOR CABLES DETERMINE MINIMUM CABLE TRAY


AND MULTI-CONDUCTOR CABLES PERMITTED WIDTH FOR EACH SECTION
TO BE MIXED IN ONE CABLE TRAY SEPARATELY AND ADD RESULTS

CABLE TRAY

AMPERE RATING WAS DETERMINED


FOR THESE CABLES WITH
MAINTAINED SPACING BETWEEN CABLES

Figure 12.19 There is a new method for determining the minimum width of cable tray where the cable tray con-
tains both single-conductor cables and multi-conductor cables.

and adjacent to equipment in the piping system that requires periodic servicing. In the past, there was
no warning sign spacing interval required.

Article 490 Equipment, Over 600 Volts, Nominal


490.44(C): There is a new provision for locking a fused interrupt switch in the open position. The locking
provision shall be of a type that remains in place when the lock is not present. Portable locking devices
are no longer permitted.
490.46: This is a new section that requires all high-voltage circuit breakers, even the drawout type, to be
capable of being locked in the open position, and the locking means shall be of a type that remains in
place when the lock is removed.

Article 610 Cranes and Hoists


610.31(2): The switch or circuit breaker that serves as the disconnecting means for the runway conductors
is now required to be of a type that is a fixed part of the switch or circuit breaker and remains in place
when the lock is removed. Portable means of locking the runway conductor disconnect in the open
position is no longer permitted.
610.32: The switch or circuit breaker that serves as the disconnecting means for cranes and monorail hoists
is now required to be of a type that is a fixed part of the switch or circuit breaker and remains in place
when the lock is removed. Portable means of locking the crane or monorail hoist power disconnect in
the open position is no longer permitted.

Article 665 Induction and Dielectric Heating Equipment


665.12: The disconnecting means required for heating equipment must now be of a type where the locking
means remains in place with the lock removed. Portable means of locking the disconnect in the open
position is not permitted.
665.22: Panels and doors that allow access to energized parts of heating equipment with terminals of
150 volts shall be capable of being locked. Now the locking means shall be of a type that remains with
the panel or door even with the lock removed. It is not stated whether the voltages are to ground or
between conductors. It must be assumed that if there is some combination of terminals or terminal to
ground of 150 volts or more, this rule applies.

Article 727 Instrumentation Tray Cable, Type ITC


727.4(5): Cable without a metallic sheath or armor is not permitted to be installed exposed unless it is
marked ITC-ER. The suffix -ER signifies that the cable is suitable for exposed routing, which means
it can be installed outside a cable tray in accordance with the protection requirements of this paragraph.
The cable is continuously supported and protected from physical damage. The cable is supported at

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