I installed a 70 watt HPS security light on the side of my house. Originally I planned to use 1/2" rigid conduit to run the wires on the exterior of my house, below the fascia and attached to the stucco. Then i was looking at the liquid tite in a 100 foot roll and that seemed much easier for my application with assorted 90's and 45's in the run. The home depot guy assured me this was up to code, but now I am reading otherwise. I ran about 50 feet of 1/2" liquid tite containing three 12 GA. wires from my sub panel to the light. Used all of the associated liquid tight connectors and such. Is this up to snuff? Have been reading this type of conduit is meant for short runs of six feet or less? I'm in California.