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Old 02-17-2009, 11:50 PM   #1
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What is the code regarding light fixtures having a disconnecting means in the fixture for servicing? I was told it was in the 2008 code only.

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The code is 410.130(g) you can read it here......

http://nfpaweb3.gvpi.net/rrserver/br...NFPASTD/7008SB

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Thank you Stub.
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What is the code regarding light fixtures having a disconnecting means in the fixture for servicing? I was told it was in the 2008 code only.
First in the 2005 code. It was given an effective date of January 1st, 2008 - leading to a certain amount of confusion about which code cycle it was in.
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What is the code regarding light fixtures having a disconnecting means in the fixture for servicing? I was told it was in the 2008 code only.
What type of fixtures are you installing?
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