A revision clarified that the sheath on an NM cable (Romex) shall now officially extend not less than ________ beyond any cable clamp or cable entry.
An alteration notes that when NM cable (Romex) is protected from physical damage by sleeving it in a conduit, ________.
Type NM cable (Romex) shall be permitted to be installed in multifamily dwellings and ________. (See Annexes for Type III, IV, and V construction.)
Type Metal Clad Cable (MC) sizes ________ can be used for control and signal applications. (Previously there was some confusion.)
Copper-Clad Aluminum wire is quickly becoming popular and is now allowed in Metal-Clad Cable (MC) with a minimum conductor size of ________. (The terminals of 15 and 20 ampere switches and receptacles are approved for copper-clad aluminum. 14 AWG CCA conductors would have an ampacity of 10 amperes.)
Type MC cable can now be used in ________ locations if certain conditions are met. (New MCAP All Purpose uses the aluminum sheath as a grounding path and has a smaller diameter. Some fittings are only listed for the traditional MC.)