Yes that was done that way. Notice the cable entering the back of the panel. I haven't done an inspection yet and don't have enough pictures to know, but I suspect that the panel is surface mounted and the cable out the back is a deal breaker. So when it is redone there should be a better outcome with the grounding.Am i seeing that right? The copper wires that come up through the middle knockout ... twist around ... but aren’t attached to anything.
It depends on which manager gets the contractor's complaint....that's if the contractor complains. Some managers will forgive all manner of deficiency as long as it was there before the contractor got there. Other managers know a situation when they see one.Can you reject the furnace installation because the vent is not connected to a proper vent stack?
ICE - I thought the diagram was required for PV arrays with rapid shut down. Are you seeing rapid shut down on all of them? The labels in the picture do not indicate Rapid Shutdown.
So far I have only encountered rooftop arrays.ICE - What I read Rapid shutdown is per 690.12 "if on or in a building shall...." Do you not have any pole based systems non rooftop or wall that have sun tracking etc.? I had one project that had both roof and wall arrays and at the time I wondered how is the person walking by an array or a rooftop maintenance person protected or is the only concern for first responders? Up here we have long handled snow removal devices. View attachment 7305