110.25 Lockable Disconnecting means

This section requires that where a disconnecting means is required by NFPA 70 in the Code, the lockable disconnecting means has to be capable of being locked in the open position. In addition, the locking means must remain in place even when the lock is not installed.

Example sections where a disconnecting means is required to be lockable, include but are not limited to the following:

225.25 Location of Outdoor Lamps

235.352 Disconnecting Means.

410.141 Control

422.31 Disconnection of Permanently Connected Appliances

426.51 Controllers

430.102 Location

430.113 Energy from More Than One Source

450.14 Disconnecting Means

495.44 Fused Interrupter Switches

495.46 Circuit Breaker Locking

514.13 Provisions for Maintenance and Service of Dispensing Equipment

600.6 Disconnects

647.8 Lighting Equipment

626.22 Wiring Methods and Materials

626.24 Electrified Truck Parking Space Supply Equipment Connection Means

626.31 Disconnecting Means and Receptacles

690.15 Disconnecting Means for Isolating Photovoltaic Equipment

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