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AIC for temp power

Discussion in 'Electrical Codes' started by ICE, Jan 14, 2018.

  1. ICE

    ICE Sawhorse

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    I inspected a temp. power pole at a commercial site. The equipment is rated at 10,000 amps. The Edison AIC is 42,000 amps. I asked for equipment rated at 42,000 amps. Both the contractor and Edison state that they have never heard of such a thing for a temp. power pole. According to them the issue is a non-issue because of the temporary nature of the installation. It might be there for up to a year and hopefully less than that.

    It is actually not a first for Edison as I have been on this road in the past. It's the first time that these Edison planners have encountered it.

    What do you think about that?
     
  2. fatboy

    fatboy Administrator

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    We do the same........fault current does not care if it is a temp.
     

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