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NEC 2020 Compliant Label: Photovoltaic Power Source
NEC 2020 Compliant Label: Solar PV DC Circuit
NEC 2020 Compliant Label: Maximum DC Voltage
NEC 2020 Compliant Label: Equipment Fed by Multiple Sources

NEC 2020 Compliant Label: Photovoltaic Power Source
NEC 2020 Compliant Label: Photovoltaic Power Source
NEC 2020 Compliant Label: Solar PV DC Circuit
NEC 2020 Compliant Label: Solar PV DC Circuit
NEC 2020 Compliant Label: Maximum DC Voltage
NEC 2020 Compliant Label: Maximum DC Voltage
NEC 2020 Compliant Label: Equipment Fed by Multiple Sources
NEC 2020 Compliant Label: Equipment Fed by Multiple Sources
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Model: 596-00999 (Photovoltaic Power Source) 596-00998 (Solar PV DC Circuit Label) 596-01001 (Maximum DC Voltage) 596-01000 (Equipment Fed by Multiple)
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Item code Brand name Model number
HLRPVPOWSRC Hellermann Tyton Corp. 596-00999
Item code Brand name Model number
HLRPVDCCIRCUIT Hellermann Tyton Corp. 596-00998
Item code Brand name Model number
HLRMAXDCVOLT Hellermann Tyton Corp. 596-01001
Item code Brand name Model number
HLREQUIPFEDMULT Hellermann Tyton Corp. 596-01000
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Hellermann Tyton Corp. NEC 2020 Compliant Labels

NEC 2020 Compliant Labels
Photovoltaic Installations

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HellermannTyton Pre-Printed Solar Installation Labels are designed to meet the requirements of the National Electrical Code and the International Fire Code as well as being acceptable to the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). Labels are made with durable UV-stable materials and adhesives that are designed to stick to both baked enamel and powder coat surfaces. Where applicable, labels are made using reflective materials for first responder safety. Some pre-printed labels are printable using a thermal transfer printer when variable voltage or series data must be printed and displayed.

If there is one thing that every installer, engineer and designer can agree on is that there is no universal consensus on the definition of acceptable photovoltaic infrastructure labeling. The industry is still new and the codes and regulations are so diverse that most installers are left on their own to figure out how to ensure they pass inspection, while still meeting the labeling requirements of the National Electrical Code (NEC) and the International Fire Code (IFC). Both standards go hand in hand and address key issues of PV labeling. All Fire Marshalls are concerned about safety of first responders and emergency personnel.

Again, there is no right or wrong answer on marker selection as long as the installer is meeting the requirements of the AHJ (Authority Having Jurisdiction) in all instances. The trend that we are seeing is that labeling products with specialized features, such as reflectivity, are the vanguard of the new era.

The new Labels for 2020 are below (and also cover 2017 NEC Code). Please add to cart from above.:

  • EQUIPMENT FED BY MULTIPLE SOURCES - to be placed on AC Disconnect/Breaker/Points of Connection. Item Code HLREQUIPFEDMULT
  • MAXIMUM DC VOLTAGE OF PV SYSTEM - to be placed on DC Disconnect/Combiner Box. Item Code HLRMAXDCVOLT
  • PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER SOURCE - to be placed on Conduit Raceways/EMT. Item Code HLRPVPOWSRC
  • SOLAR PV DC CIRCUIT - to be placed on Conduit Raceways/EMT. Item Code HLRPVDCCIRCUIT

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