Code Q&A: Lockable Disconnecting Means

Code Q&A: Lockable Disconnecting Means

NEC guidelines on lockable disconnecting means

Q. When the Code requires lockable disconnecting means, what does this mean?

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A. Where the Code requires that a disconnecting means is lockable in the open position, the provisions for locking must remain in place whether the lock is installed or not [110.25].

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