Ummm. We are exclusively  excluded. You even highlighted it. 

> On May 12, 2017, at 11:50 AM, Mitch <mi...@abetterwireless.com> wrote:
> 
> Looks like all installers will have to be licensed Electricians
> for everything and anything that connects to a power source????
> Am I reading wrong?
> 
> 
> NFPA 70: DOCUMENT SCOPE
>  
> 90.2 Scope.
> (A) Covered. This Code covers the installation and removal of electrical 
> conductors, equipment, and raceways; signaling and communications conductors, 
> equipment, and raceways; and optical fiber cables and raceways for the 
> following:
> (1) Public and private premises, including buildings, structures, mobile 
> homes, recreational vehicles, and floating buildings
> (2) Yards, lots, parking lots, carnivals, and industrial substations
> (3) Installations of conductors and equipment that connect to the supply of 
> electricity
> (4) Installations used by the electric utility, such as office buildings, 
> warehouses, garages, machine shops, and recreational buildings, that are not 
> an integral part of a generating plant, substation, or control center
> (B) Not Covered. This Code does not cover the following:
> (1) Installations in ships, watercraft other than floating buildings, railway 
> rolling stock, aircraft, or automotive vehicles other than mobile homes and 
> recreational vehicles
> Informational Note: Although the scope of this Code indicates that the Code 
> does not cover installations in ships, portions of this Code are incorporated 
> by reference into Title 46, Code of
> Federal Regulations, Parts 110–113.
> (2) Installations underground in mines and self-propelled mobile surface 
> mining machinery and its attendant electrical trailing cable
> (3) Installations of railways for generation, transformation, transmission, 
> energy storage, or distribution of power used exclusively for operation of 
> rolling stock or installations used exclusively for signaling and 
> communications purposes
> (4) Installations of communications equipment under the exclusive control of 
> communications utilities located outdoors or in building spaces used 
> exclusively for such installations
> (5) Installations under the exclusive control of an electric utility where 
> such installations
> a. Consist of service drops or service laterals, and associated metering, or
> b. Are on property owned or leased by the electric utility for the purpose of 
> communications, metering, generation, control, transformation, transmission, 
> energy storage, or distribution of electric energy, or
> c. Are located in legally established easements or rights-of-way, or
> d. Are located by other written agreements either designated by or recognized 
> by public service commissions, utility commissions, or other regulatory 
> agencies having jurisdiction for such installations. These written agreements 
> shall be limited to installations for the purpose of communications, 
> metering, generation, control, transformation, transmission, energy storage, 
> or distribution of electric energy where legally established easements or 
> rights-of-way cannot be obtained. These installations shall be limited to 
> federal lands, Native American reservations through the U.S. Department of 
> the Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs, military bases, lands controlled by 
> port authorities and state agencies and departments, and lands owned by 
> railroads.
> Informational Note to (4) and (5): Examples of utilities may include those 
> entities that are typically designated or recognized by governmental law or 
> regulation by public service/utility commissions and that install, operate, 
> and maintain electric supply (such as generation, transmission, or 
> distribution systems) or communications systems (such as telephone, CATV,
> Internet, satellite, or data services). Utilities may be subject to 
> compliance with codes and standards covering their regulated activities as 
> adopted under governmental law or regulation.
> Additional information can be found through consultation with the appropriate 
> governmental bodies, such as state regulatory commissions, the Federal Energy 
> Regulatory Commission, and the Federal Communications Commission.
> (C) Special Permission. The authority having jurisdiction for enforcing this 
> Code may grant exception for the installation of conductors and equipment 
> that are not under the exclusive control of the electric utilities and are 
> used to connect the electric utility supply system to the service conductors 
> of the premises served, provided such installations are outside a building or 
>       structure, or terminate inside at a readily accessible location nearest 
> the point of entrance of the service conductors.
> 
> -- 
> Mitch Koep
> 
> A Better Wireless
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