NEC Quiz: Article 314, Part 6

by Mark Lamendola

Quiz Questions

Code Quiz: Article 314, Part 6

Based on the 2011 NEC

Questions and answers written by Mark Lamendola, who has worked as a master electrician, electrical inspector, and design engineer. Mark is an IEEE Senior Member, and the Code article author for Codebookcity.com. Since 1996, he has been writing National Electrical Code articles for electrical trade magazines and has an extensive portfolio of hundreds of NEC articles..

  1. If a conduit body encloses conductors 6 AWG or smaller, and it's not a short-radius conduit body, how much cross-sectional area must it have?
     

  2. Can you put a splice in a conduit body?
     

  3. Subsection 314.16 addresses the number of conductors you can put in boxes and conduit bodies. It contains two tables. What information do those tables provide?
     

  4. Openings through which conductors enter must be adequately [what]?
     

  5. Nonmetallic boxes and conduit bodies shall be suitable for the [what] [what] conductor entering the box?
     

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