Background: Color codes are used to identify conductors for point-to-point wiring and for circuit diagrams. The Standard breaks down the color code into methods of circuit identification. The most common methods used are Method 1, 3, and 4. After the Method is selected then the assembly of conductors must follow a color sequence from the tables with Table 1 and 2 being the most common. Tables 2 provide color sequences that do not include white or green conductors.
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