Physical Cabling of LV undercabinet Lights (NEC)
Here in Chicago, we nned to run everythin in rigid conduit (getting pretty good with my pipe bender now :)). But I'm puzzled about how to terminate my low voltage (LED) under cabinet lights.
From i've run conduit close to where the bottom of the cabinets will be, but not sure what to do regards termination. I can't put a box in the wall (as it will be inaccessible when cabinets are up--unless I cut a big hole in each set of wall cabinets). I read somewhere that LV is less restricitve than 110v, but couldn't find section in NEC book about LV (seemed to refer back to normal rules and regs).
I've got drywallers coming in a few weeks, so need to nail this.
Here's where I'm at so far
For example is a 1900 box that is flush with front of drywall, but behind a wall cabinet considered "buried" or inaccessible?
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