a parallel earth conductor...which could be a tray, open...duct or...conduit

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Baltic Sea

Banned
Polish
Hello again!

Recommended minimum spacings between cable classes, based on a 30 metre run of cables held close within a parallel earth conductor (PEC) which could be a tray, open (or closed) duct or solid metal conduit are shown in the diagram below.

Does it mean that parallel earth conductor (PEC) could be a tray, open (or closed) duct or solid metal conduit.

Does it mean that a tray, open (or closed) duct or solid metal conduit is included in (classified as) a parallel earth conductor (PEC).

Thank you.
 
  • boozer

    Senior Member
    Bulgarian
    Recommended minimum spacings between cable classes [, based on a 30 metre run of cables held close within a parallel earth conductor (PEC) which could be a tray, open (or closed) duct or solid metal conduit] are shown in the diagram below.
    Hi, Baltic. Your main sentence is outside the brackets and it is a fairly simple one.

    If you have further questions (unless it is something very technical :D ) you're welcome to ask them.

    PS. The PEC could be a tray, open (or closed) duct or solid metal conduit. - that's how I interpret it without really understanding anything
     
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    Matching Mole

    Senior Member
    England, English
    The PEC can be in any of the following list of forms, so your first interpretation is correct (but I don't really understand your second). Although I don't think it would have helped your problem, there should have been a comma after "conduit".
     
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