ARTICLE 210 — BRANCH CIRCUITS
210.21 (B) (2) – OUTLET DEVICES
210.21 Outlet Devices. Outlet devices shall have an ampere rating that is not less than the load to be served and shall comply with 210.21(A) and (B).
(2) Total Cord-and-Plug-Connected Load. Where connected to a branch circuit supplying two or more receptacles or outlets, a receptacle shall not supply a total cord-and-plug connected load in excess of the maximum specified in Table 210.21(B)(2).
Table 210.21(B)(2) Maximum Cord-and-Plug-Connected Load to Receptacle
Circuit Rating Receptacle Rating Maximum Load
(Amperes) (Amperes) (Amperes)
15 or 20 15 12
20 20 16
30 30 24
210.23 (1) PERMISSIBLE LOADS, MULTIPLE – OUTLET BRANCH CIRCUITS
(1) Cord-and-Plug-Connected Equipment Not Fastened in Place. The rating of any one cord-and-plug-connected utilization equipment not fastened in place shall not exceed 80 percent of the branch-circuit ampere rating.
ARTICLE 220 — BRANCH-CIRCUIT, FEEDER, AND SERVICE LOAD CALCULATIONS
220.14 (I) & (L) – OTHER LOADS – ALLOCCUPANCIES
220.14 Other Loads — All Occupancies. – In all occupancies, the minimum load for each outlet for general-use receptacles and outlets not used for general illumination shall not be less than that calculated in 220.14(A) through (L), the loads shown being based on nominal branch-circuit voltages.
(I) Receptacle Outlets. – Except as covered in 220.14(J) and (K), receptacle outlets shall be calculated at not less than 180 volt-amperes for each single or for each multiple receptacle on one yoke.
(L) Other Outlets. – Other outlets not covered in 220.14(A) through (K) shall be calculated based on 180 volt-amperes per outlet.
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