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Wiring concept with 12-4 to switched/constant hot receptacles

Wiring concept with 12-4 to switched/constant hot receptacles

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Old 04-24-14, 04:41 PM
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Wiring concept with 12-4 to switched/constant hot receptacles

Hi. I was looking for some advice about if this concept looks correct and safe. I have to use a junction box because the walls are narrow and there are channels for only one cable to the boxes. All the other constant receptacles to meet code are accounted for on another circuit. Does this look correct and safe? Any problems with this concept?
 
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Old 04-24-14, 04:56 PM
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I'm not even going to ask. Yes your circuit diagram will work.

A three way switch system controlling one half of one receptacle(blue).
A single pole switch controlling the other half of the same receptacle(red).
A second duplex receptacle always live(black).
 
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