﻿ In general, equipment terminations for circuits rated 100 A or less, or designed for 14 AWG through 1 AWG conductors, are rated for use
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# In general, equipment terminations for circuits rated 100 A or less, or designed for 14 AWG through 1 AWG conductors, are rated for use on ? . Conductors with a higher rated insulation termination are allowed, provided the conductor's ampacity is selected from the lower rating.

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