14E-2-240  Overcurrent protection.
The provisions of Article 240 of NFPA 70 are adopted by reference with the following modifications:
1.   Revise section 240.2 by deleting the definition of “Supervised Industrial Installation.”
2.   Revise subsection 240.24(B) to read:
Occupancy. Each occupant shall have ready access to all overcurrent devices protecting the conductors supplying that occupancy, unless otherwise permitted in 240.24(B)(1) and (B)(2). In a building with multiple occupancies, overcurrent devices may be located at a central location within the building, provided that each occupancy has access to the overcurrent devices for that occupancy, and the overcurrent device for each occupancy is clearly marked with a permanent label identifying the occupancy served.”
3.   Insert new subsection 240.24(G) to read:
Not Located Outdoors. Branch circuit overcurrent devices, other than supplementary overcurrent protective devices, shall not be located outdoors or where exposed to the weather unless granted special permission.”
4.   Insert the following language at the end of section 240.85 and before the informational note:
“Circuit breakers and their enclosures shall be of such design that it will be impossible to substitute two or more circuit breakers in a space previously occupied by a lesser number of circuit breakers. Tandem circuit breakers shall not be permitted to be used as overcurrent devices.”
5.   Revise Part VIII to read:
Part VIII. Reserved.
(Amend Coun. J. 11-8-17, p. 59720, § 13)