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    Thanks. I think Justin's comment of "once the...

    Thanks. I think Justin's comment of "once the two wires are crimped with the two wire rated ferrule the connection is reclassified as a single wire termination point" is the one I would like to see...
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    I had to look up some other things in UL 508A so...

    I had to look up some other things in UL 508A so I went ahead and found the details of the ferrule specification while I was at it.

    First I was wrong about the multiple wire ferrules not being...
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    UL 508A states the following, this is for control...

    UL 508A states the following, this is for control panels, interestingly components such as that GE starter don't follow UL 508A.

    Power wiring - "29.6.1 Internal wiring of a power circuit shall not...
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    If we're talking UL, then your 120VAC would need...

    If we're talking UL, then your 120VAC would need to be 14AWG minimum. After a class 2 power supply then UL doesn't have any requirements and I usually use 18AWG, mainly because it can fit into small...
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    Here is the machine I have....

    Here is the machine I have.
    https://amzn.to/2LtvX2S

    If you don't need the wires stripped, it can actually multiple small wires at the same time. Here's a sample of that.
    Wire machine cutting...
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    I didn't think the dual ferrules were allowed by...

    I didn't think the dual ferrules were allowed by UL


    That's pretty neat. I hadn't seen one of them. I have a machine that cuts wire to length and strips both ends. It has been well worth it. ...
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    That is interesting, I had never heard that I...

    That is interesting, I had never heard that

    I ferrule most wires up to 14 awg. When deciding whether to ferrule or not, my two main considerations are neatness and whether it would be easy for a...
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