A conductor encased within material of composition or thickness that is not recognized by the NEC as electrical insulation is considered
Right Answer is:
Conductor, Covered:- A conductor encased within material of composition or thickness that is not recognized by this Code as electrical insulation.
Typically covered conductors are green-covered instrument grounding conductor, which is within a non-metal sheathed cable or a composite cable of a type SE cable within an unwired or uninsulated grounded conductor. Covered conductors should always be considered as bare conductors for the approval of work as they are really uninsulated conductors.