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A: to avoid violating cable fill specs (to avoid overheating) in boxes and connectors we refer to our NEC code books in our toolbox or van.
A: I’m not to sure, I believe they changed the code on those, but I run 3 of each never more. To this day I’ve never been called out on it. But remember your boxes can only support some many wires, that code as also been change.
A: It?s right on the package in the fine print. For example, one connector can hold (3) 14/2. That?s up to three 14/2 Romex cables. It can handle only one 8/3 Romex NM cable where it says (1) 8/3-14/2 Romex.
A: I cannot supply you with an official UL listing. Just want to say that I used thousands of identical ones as an electrical contractor in Phoenix, AZ for romex house wiring,all inspected and approved by somewhat picky inspectors. This was a few years ago. Using two 14/2 w/grd romexes in these box connectors always passed. Just use common sense and hope your inspector is familiar with that fading concept. I wish you well on your project.
A: 2 #14/2 AWG
A: You can use 2 #12 romex as well per NEC
|Name||3/4 in. 90-Degree Schedule 40 PVC Belled End Standard Radius Elbow||3/8 in. Non-Metallic (NM) Twin-Screw Cable Clamp Connectors (5-Pack)||1-1/4 in. Non-Metallic (NM) 2-Piece Clamp Connector (2-Pack)||3/8 in. Flexible Metal Conduit (FMC) Saddle Connectors (5-Pack)|
|Trade Size (in.)||3/4||3/8||1-1/4||3/8|
|Material||PVC||Galvanized Steel||Galvanized Steel||Galvanized Steel|
|THD SO SKU||1000514798|
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