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Section

15
NEC Chapter 9 Tables and
Annexes B and C

15.1.1 NEC Chapter 9, Table 1, Percent of Cross Section of Conduit and Tubing
for Conductors
15.1.2 NEC Chapter 9, Table 4, Dimensions and Percent Area of Conduit and
Tubing (Areas of Conduit or Tubing for the Combinations of Wires Permitted in
Table 1, Chapter 9)
15.1.3 NEC Chapter 9, Table 5, Dimensions of Insulated Conductors and
Fixture Wires
15.1.4 NEC Chapter 9, Table 5A, Compact Aluminum Building Wire Nominal
Dimensions and Areas
15.1.5 NEC Chapter 9, Table 8, Conductor Properties
15.1.6 NEC Chapter 9, Table 9, Alternating-Current Resistance and Reactance
for 600-V Cables, Three-Phase, 60-Hz, 75°C (167°F): Three Single Conductors in
Conduit
15.1.7 NEC Chapter 9, Tables 11(A) and 11(B), Class 2 and Class 3,
Alternating-Current and Direct-Current Power-Source Limitations, Respectively
15.1.8 NEC Chapter 9, Tables 12(A) and 12(B), PLFA Alternating-Current and
Direct-Current Power-Source Limitations, Respectively
15.2.1 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.1, Ampacities of Two or Three Insulated
Conductors, Rated 0 through 2000 V, Within an Overall Covering (Multiconductor
Cable), in Raceway in Free Air
15.2.2 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.3, Ampacities of Multiconductor Cables
with Not More Than Three Insulated Conductors, Rated 0 through 2000 V, in Free
Air (for Type TC, MC, MI, UF, and USE Cables)
15.2.3 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.5, Ampacities of Single-Insulated
Conductors, Rated 0 through 2000 V, in Nonmagnetic Underground Electrical
Ducts (One Conductor per Electrical Duct)
15.2.4 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.6, Ampacities of Three Insulated Conductors,
Rated 0 through 2000 V, Within an Overall Covering (Three-Conductor Cable) in
Underground Electrical Ducts (One Cable per Electrical Duct)
15.2.5 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.7, Ampacities of Three Single-Insulated
Conductors, Rated 0 through 2000 V, in Underground Electrical Ducts (Three
Conductors per Electrical Duct)
15.2.6 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.8, Ampacities of Two or Three Insulated
Conductors, Rated 0 through 2000 V, Cabled Within an Overall (Two- or Three-
Conductor) Covering, Directly Buried in Earth
15.2.7 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.9, Ampacities of Three Triplexed Single-
Insulated Conductors, Rated 0 through 2000 V, Directly Buried in Earth
15.2.8 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.10, Ampacities of Three Single-Insulated
Conductors, Rated 0 through 2000 V, Directly Buried in Earth
15.1
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15.2 Section Fifteen

15.3.1 NEC (Annex B), Figure B.310.1, Interpolation Chart for Cables in a Duct
Bank I1  Ampacity for Rho  60, 50 LF (Load Factor); I2  Ampacity for Rho 
120, 100 LF; Desired Ampacity  F  I1
15.3.2 NEC (Annex B), Figure B.310.2, Cable Installation Dimensions for Use
with NEC Tables B.310.5 through B.310.10
15.3.3 NEC (Annex B), Figure B.310.3, Ampacities of Single-Insulated
Conductors, Rated 0 through 5000 V, in Underground Electrical Ducts (Three
Conductors per Electrical Duct), Nine Single-Conductor Cables per Phase
15.3.4 NEC (Annex B), Figure B.310.4, Ampacities of Single-Insulated
Conductors, Rated 0 through 5000 V, in Nonmagnetic Underground Electrical Ducts
(One Conductor per Electrical Duct), Four Single-Conductor Cables per Phase
15.3.5 NEC (Annex B), Figure B.310.5, Ampacities of Single-Insulated
Conductors, Rated 0 through 5000 V, in Nonmagnetic Underground Electrical
Ducts (One Conductor per Electrical Duct), Five Single-Conductor Cables per Phase
15.3.6 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.11, Adjustment Factors for More Than
Three Current-Carrying Conductors in a Raceway or Cable with Load Diversity
15.4.0 NEC Annex C, Conduit and Tube Fill Tables for Conductors and Fixture
Wires of the Same Size
15.4.1 Table C1, Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Electrical
Metallic Tubing
15.4.2 Table C1(A), Maximum Number of Compact Conductors in Electrical
Metallic Tubing
15.4.3 Table C2, Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Electrical
Nonmetallic Tubing
15.4.4 Table C2(A), Maximum Number of Compact Conductors in Electrical
Nonmetallic Tubing
15.4.5 Table C3, Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Flexible
Metal Conduit
15.4.6 Table C3(A), Maximum Number of Compact Conductors in Flexible Metal
Conduit
15.4.7 Table C4, Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in
Intermediate Metal Conduit
15.4.8 Table C4(A), Maximum Number of Compact Conductors in Intermediate
Metal Conduit
15.4.9 Table C5, Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in
Liquidtight Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit (Type LFNC-B)
15.4.10 Table C5(A), Maximum Number of Compact Conductors in Liquidtight
Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit (Type LFNC-B)
15.4.11 Table C6, Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in
Liquidtight Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit (Type LFNC-A)
15.4.12 Table C6(A), Maximum Number of Compact Conductors in Liquidtight
Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit (Type LFNC-A)
15.4.13 Table C7, Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in
Liquidtight Flexible Metal Conduit (LFMC)
15.4.14 Table C7(A), Maximum Number of Compact Conductors in Liquidtight
Flexible Metal Conduit
15.4.15 Table C8, Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Rigid
Metal Conduit
15.4.16 Table C8(A), Maximum Number of Compact Conductors in Rigid Metal
Conduit
15.4.17 Table C9, Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Rigid
PVC Conduit, Schedule 80
15.4.18 Table C9(A), Maximum Number of Compact Conductors in Rigid PVC
Conduit, Schedule 80
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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.3

15.4.19 Table C10, Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Rigid


PVC Conduit, Schedule 40 and HDPE Conduit
15.4.20 Table C10(A), Maximum Number of Compact Conductors in Rigid PVC
Conduit, Schedule 40 and HDPE Conduit
15.4.21 Table C11, Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Type A
Rigid PVC Conduit
15.4.22 Table C11(A), Maximum Number of Compact Conductors in Type A
Rigid PVC Conduit
15.4.23 Table C12, Maximum Number of Conductors in Type EB PVC Conduit
15.4.24 Table C12(A), Maximum Number of Compact Conductors in Type EB
PVC Conduit

15.1.1 NEC Chapter 9, Table 1, Percent of Cross


Section of Conduit and Tubing for Conductors

TABLE 15.1.1

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15.4 Section Fifteen

15.1.2 NEC Chapter 9, Table 4, Dimensions and


Percent Area of Conduit and Tubing (Areas of
Conduit or Tubing for the Combinations of Wires
Permitted in Table 1, Chapter 9)

1. See Annex C for the maximum number of conductors and fixture wires, all of
the same size (total cross-sectional area including insulation) permitted in
trade sizes of the applicable conduit or tubing.
2. Table 1 applies only to complete conduit or tubing systems and is not intended
to apply to sections of conduit or tubing used to protect exposed wiring from
physical damage.
3. Equipment grounding or bonding conductors, where installed, shall be included
when calculating conduit or tubing fill. The actual dimensions of the equipment
grounding or bonding conductor (insulated or bare) shall be used in the calculation.
4. Where conduit or tubing nipples having a maximum length not to exceed 600
mm (24 in.) are installed between boxes, cabinets, and similar enclosures, the
nipples shall be permitted to be filled to 60 percent of their total cross-sectional
area, and 310.15(B)(2)(a) adjustment factors need not apply to this condition.
5. For conductors not included in Chapter 9, such as multiconductor cables, the
actual dimensions shall be used.
6. For combinations of conductors of different sizes, use Table 5 and Table 5A for
dimensions of conductors and Table 4 for the applicable conduit or tubing dimen-
sions.
7. When calculating the maximum number of conductors permitted in a conduit or
tubing, all of the same size (total cross-sectional area including insulation), the
next higher whole number shall be used to determine the maximum number of
conductors permitted when the calculation results in a decimal of 0.8 or larger.
8. Where bare conductors are permitted by other sections of this Code, the
dimensions for bare conductors in Table 8 shall be permitted.
9. A multiconductor cable of two or more conductors shall be treated as a single
conductor for calculating percentage conduit fill area. For cables that have
elliptical cross sections, the cross-sectional area calculation shall be based on
using the major diameter of the ellipse as a circle diameter.

TABLE 15.1.2

(continued)
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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.5

TABLE 15.1.2 Dimensions and Percent Area of Conduit and Tubing (Areas of Conduit
or Tubing for the Combinations of Wires Permitted in Table 15.1.1) (Continued )

(continued)
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15.6 Section Fifteen

TABLE 15.1.2 Dimensions and Percent Area of Conduit and Tubing (Areas of Conduit
or Tubing for the Combinations of Wires Permitted in Table 15.1.1) (Continued )

(continued)
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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.7

TABLE 15.1.2 Dimensions and Percent Area of Conduit and Tubing (Areas of Conduit
or Tubing for the Combinations of Wires Permitted in Table 15.1.1) (Continued )

(continued)
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15.8 Section Fifteen

TABLE 15.1.2 Dimensions and Percent Area of Conduit and Tubing (Areas of Conduit
or Tubing for the Combinations of Wires Permitted in Table 15.1.1) (Continued )

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.9

15.1.3 NEC Chapter 9, Table 5, Dimensions of Insulated


Conductors and Fixture Wires

TABLE 15.1.3

(continued)
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15.10 Section Fifteen

TABLE 15.1.3 Dimensions of Insulated Conductors and Fixture Wires (Continued )

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.11

15.1.4 NEC Chapter 9, Table 5A, Compact


Aluminum Building Wire Nominal
Dimensions* and Areas

TABLE 15.1.4

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15.12 Section Fifteen

15.1.5 NEC Chapter 9, Table 8,


Conductor Properties

TABLE 15.1.5

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.13

15.1.6 NEC Chapter 9, Table 9, Alternating-Current


Resistance and Reactance for 600-V Cables,
Three-Phase, 60 Hz, 75°C (167°F): Three Single
Conductors in Conduit

TABLE 15.1.6

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15.14 Section Fifteen

TABLE 15.1.6 Alternating-Current Resistance and Reactance for 600-V Cables,


Three-Phase, 60 Hz, 75°C (167°F): Three Single Conductors in Conduit (Continued )

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15.1.7 NEC Chapter 9, Tables 11(A) and 11(B), Class 2


and Class 3, Alternating-Current and Direct-Current
Power-Source Limitations, Respectively

TABLE 15.1.7A Class 2 and Class 3 Alternating-Current Power-Source Limitations

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.15

TABLE 15.1.7B Class 2 and Class 3 Direct-Current Power-Source Limitations

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15.16 Section Fifteen

15.1.8 NEC Chapter 9, Tables 12(A) and 12(B),


PLFA Alternating-Current and Direct-Current
Power-Source Limitations, Respectively

TABLE 15.1.8A PLFA Alternating-Current Power-Source Limitations

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TABLE 15.1.8B PLFA Direct-Current Power-Source Limitations

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.17

15.2.1 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.1, Ampacities of


Two or Three Insulated Conductors, Rated 0 through
2000 V, Within an Overall Covering (Multiconductor
Cable), in Raceway in Free Air, Based on Ambient
Air Temperature of 30°C (86°F)

TABLE 15.2.1

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15.18 Section Fifteen

15.2.2 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.3, Ampacities of


Multiconductor Cables with Not More Than Three
Insulated Conductors, Rated 0 through 2000 V, in
Free Air, Based on Ambient Air Temperature of 40°C
(104°F) (for Type TC,MC, MI, UF, and USE Cables)

TABLE 15.2.2

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.19

15.2.3 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.5, Ampacities of


Single-Insulated Conductors, Rated 0 through 2000 V,
in Nonmagnetic Underground Electrical Ducts (One
Conductor per Electrical Duct), Based on Ambient
Earth Temperature of 20°C (68°F), Electrical Duct
Arrangement per NEC Figure B.310.2, Conductor
Temperature 75°C (167°F)

TABLE 15.2.3

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15.20 Section Fifteen

15.2.4 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.6, Ampacities of


Three Insulated Conductors, Rated 0 through 2000 V,
Within an Overall Covering (Three-Conductor Cable) in
Underground Electrical Ducts (One Cable per
Electrical Duct), Based on Ambient Earth Temperature
of 20°C (68°F), Electrical Duct Arrangement per NEC
Figure B.310.2, Conductor Temperature 75°C (167°F)

TABLE 15.2.4

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.21

15.2.5 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.7, Ampacities of


Three Single-Insulated Conductors, Rated 0 through
2000 V, in Underground Electrical Ducts (Three
Conductors per Electrical Duct), Based on Ambient
Earth Temperature of 20°C (68°F), Electrical Duct
Arrangement per NEC Figure B.310.2, Conductor
Temperature 75°C (167°F)

TABLE 15.2.5

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15.22 Section Fifteen

15.2.6 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.8, Ampacities of


Two or Three Insulated Conductors, Rated 0 through
2000 V, Cabled within an Overall (Two- or Three-
Conductor) Covering, Directly Buried in Earth, Based
on Ambient Earth Temperature of 20°C (68°F),
Arrangement per NEC Figure B.310.2, 100 Percent
Load Factor, Thermal Resistance (Rho) of 90

TABLE 15.2.6

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.23

15.2.7 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.9, Ampacities of


Three Triplexed Single-Insulated Conductors, Rated
0 through 2000 V, Directly Buried in Earth, Based on
Ambient Earth Temperature of 20°C (68°F),
Arrangement per NEC Figure B.310.2, 100 Percent
Load Factor, Thermal Resistance (Rho) of 90

TABLE 15.2.7

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15.24 Section Fifteen

15.2.8 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.10, Ampacities


of Three Single-Insulated Conductors, Rated 0
through 2000 V, Directly Buried in Earth, Based on
Ambient Earth Temperature of 20°C (68°F),
Arrangement per NEC Figure B.310.2, 100 Percent
Load Factor, Thermal Resistance (Rho) of 90

TABLE 15.2.8

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.25

15.3.1 NEC (Annex B), Figure B.310.1, Interpolation


Chart for Cables in a Duct Bank I1  Ampacity for
Rho  60, 50 LF (Load Factor); I2  Ampacity for
Rho  120, 100 LF; Desired Ampacity  F  I1

15.3.1

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15.26 Section Fifteen

15.3.2 NEC (Annex B), Figure B.310.2,


Cable Installation Dimensions for Use with
NEC Tables B.310.5 through B.310.10

15.3.2

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.27

15.3.3 NEC (Annex B), Figure B.310.3, Ampacities of


Single-Insulated Conductors, Rated 0 through 5000 V,
in Underground Electrical Ducts (Three Conductors
per Electrical Duct), Nine Single-Conductor Cables
per Phase, Based on Ambient Earth Temperature of
20°C (68°F), Conductor Temperature 75°C (167°F)

15.3.3

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15.28 Section Fifteen

15.3.4 NEC (Annex B), Figure B.310.4, Ampacities of


Single-Insulated Conductors, Rated 0 through 5000 V,
in Nonmagnetic Underground Electrical Ducts (One
Conductor per Electrical Duct), Four Single-
Conductor Cables per Phase, Based on Ambient
Earth Temperature of 20°C (68°F), Conductor
Temperature 75°C (167°F)

15.3.4

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.29

15.3.5 NEC (Annex B), Figure B.310.5, Ampacities of


Single-Insulated Conductors, Rated 0 through 5000 V,
in Nonmagnetic Underground Electrical Ducts (One
Conductor per Electrical Duct), Five Single-Conductor
Cables per Phase, Based on Ambient Earth
Temperature of 20°C (68°F), Conductor Temperature
75°C (167°F)

15.3.5

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15.30 Section Fifteen

15.3.6 NEC (Annex B), Table B.310.11,


Adjustment Factors for More Than Three
Current-Carrying Conductors in a Raceway
or Cable with Load Diversity

TABLE 15.3.6

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.45

TABLE 15.4.7 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Intermediate


Metal Conduit (Continued )

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15.46 Section Fifteen

15.4.8 Table C4(A), Maximum Number of Compact


Conductors in Intermediate Metal Conduit

TABLE 15.4.8

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.47

15.4.9 Table C5, Maximum Number of Conductors


or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight Flexible Nonmetallic
Conduit (Type LFNC-B*)

TABLE 15.4.9

(continued)
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15.48 Section Fifteen

TABLE 15.4.9 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight


Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit (Type LFNC-B*) (Continued )

(continued)
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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.49

TABLE 15.4.9 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight


Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit (Type LFNC-B*) (Continued )

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15.50 Section Fifteen

15.4.10 Table C5(A), Maximum Number of Compact


Conductors in Liquidtight Flexible Nonmetallic
Conduit (Type LFNC-B*)

TABLE 15.4.10

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.51

15.4.11 Table C6, Maximum Number of Conductors


or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight Flexible Nonmetallic
Conduit (Type LFNC-A*)

TABLE 15.4.11

(continued)
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15.52 Section Fifteen

TABLE 15.4.11 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight


Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit (Type LFNC-A*) (Continued )

(continued)
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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.53

TABLE 15.4.11 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight


Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit (Type LFNC-A*) (Continued )

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15.54 Section Fifteen

15.4.12 Table C6(A), Maximum Number of Compact


Conductors in Liquidtight Flexible Nonmetallic
Conduit (Type LFNC-A*)

TABLE 15.4.12

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.55

15.4.13 Table C7, Maximum Number of Conductors


or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight Flexible Metal
Conduit (LFMC)

TABLE 15.4.13

(continued)
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15.56 Section Fifteen

TABLE 15.4.13 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight


Flexible Metal Conduit (LFMC) (Continued )

(continued)
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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.57

TABLE 15.4.13 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight


Flexible Metal Conduit (LFMC) (Continued )

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15.58 Section Fifteen

15.4.14 Table C7(A), Maximum Number of Compact


Conductors in Liquidtight Flexible Metal Conduit (LFMC)

TABLE 15.4.14

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.45

TABLE 15.4.7 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Intermediate


Metal Conduit (Continued )

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15.46 Section Fifteen

15.4.8 Table C4(A), Maximum Number of Compact


Conductors in Intermediate Metal Conduit

TABLE 15.4.8

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.47

15.4.9 Table C5, Maximum Number of Conductors


or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight Flexible Nonmetallic
Conduit (Type LFNC-B*)

TABLE 15.4.9

(continued)
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15.48 Section Fifteen

TABLE 15.4.9 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight


Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit (Type LFNC-B*) (Continued )

(continued)
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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.49

TABLE 15.4.9 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight


Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit (Type LFNC-B*) (Continued )

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15.50 Section Fifteen

15.4.10 Table C5(A), Maximum Number of Compact


Conductors in Liquidtight Flexible Nonmetallic
Conduit (Type LFNC-B*)

TABLE 15.4.10

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.51

15.4.11 Table C6, Maximum Number of Conductors


or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight Flexible Nonmetallic
Conduit (Type LFNC-A*)

TABLE 15.4.11

(continued)
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15.52 Section Fifteen

TABLE 15.4.11 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight


Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit (Type LFNC-A*) (Continued )

(continued)
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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.53

TABLE 15.4.11 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight


Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit (Type LFNC-A*) (Continued )

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15.54 Section Fifteen

15.4.12 Table C6(A), Maximum Number of Compact


Conductors in Liquidtight Flexible Nonmetallic
Conduit (Type LFNC-A*)

TABLE 15.4.12

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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.55

15.4.13 Table C7, Maximum Number of Conductors


or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight Flexible Metal
Conduit (LFMC)

TABLE 15.4.13

(continued)
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15.56 Section Fifteen

TABLE 15.4.13 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight


Flexible Metal Conduit (LFMC) (Continued )

(continued)
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NEC Chapter 9 Tables and Annexes B and C 15.57

TABLE 15.4.13 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Liquidtight


Flexible Metal Conduit (LFMC) (Continued )

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15.4.14 Table C7(A), Maximum Number of Compact


Conductors in Liquidtight Flexible Metal Conduit (LFMC)

TABLE 15.4.14

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15.4.15 Table C8, Maximum Number of Conductors


or Fixture Wires in Rigid Metal Conduit (RMC)

TABLE 15.4.15

(continued)
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15.60 Section Fifteen

TABLE 15.4.15 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Rigid Metal


Conduit (RMC) (Continued )

(continued)
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TABLE 15.4.15 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Rigid Metal


Conduit (RMC) (Continued )

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15.62 Section Fifteen

15.4.16 Table C8(A), Maximum Number of Compact


Conductors in Rigid Metal Conduit (RMC)

TABLE 15.4.16

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15.4.17 Table C9, Maximum Number of Conductors


or Fixture Wires in Rigid PVC Conduit, Schedule 80

TABLE 15.4.17

(continued)
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15.64 Section Fifteen

TABLE 15.4.17 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Rigid PVC


Conduit, Schedule 80 (Continued )

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TABLE 15.4.17 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Rigid PVC


Conduit, Schedule 80 (Continued )

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15.4.18 Table C9(A), Maximum Number of Compact


Conductors in Rigid PVC Conduit, Schedule 80

TABLE 15.4.18

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15.4.19 Table C10, Maximum Number of


Conductors or Fixture Wires in Rigid PVC Conduit,
Schedule 40 and HDPE Conduit

TABLE 15.4.19

(continued)
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15.68 Section Fifteen

TABLE 15.4.19 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Rigid PVC


Conduit, Schedule 40 and HDPE Conduit (Continued )

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TABLE 15.4.19 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Rigid PVC


Conduit, Schedule 40 and HDPE Conduit (Continued )

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15.70 Section Fifteen

15.4.20 Table C10(A), Maximum Number of


Compact Conductors in Rigid PVC Conduit,
Schedule 40 and HDPE Conduit

TABLE 15.4.20

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15.4.21 Table C11, Maximum Number of Conductors


or Fixture Wires in Type A Rigid PVC Conduit

TABLE 15.4.21

(continued)
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15.72 Section Fifteen

TABLE 15.4.21 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Type A Rigid


PVC Conduit (Continued )

(continued)
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TABLE 15.4.21 Maximum Number of Conductors or Fixture Wires in Type A Rigid


PVC Conduit (Continued )

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15.74 Section Fifteen

15.4.22 Table C11(A), Maximum Number of


Compact Conductors in Type A Rigid PVC Conduit

TABLE 15.4.22

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15.4.23 Table C12, Maximum Number of


Conductors in Type EB PVC Conduit

TABLE 15.4.23

(continued)
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15.76 Section Fifteen

TABLE 15.4.23 Maximum Number of Conductors in Type EB PVC Conduit (Continued )

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15.4.24 Table C12(A), Maximum Number of


Compact Conductors in Type EB PVC Conduit

TABLE 15.4.24

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