Running Romex in a Conduit Yes, they can be used outdoors, it is better to be safe than sorry. We recommend using a conduit when running the wire underground. This is because the bare copper ground wire inside is relatively more exposed to the elements compared to the conductors.
Code and common sense both dictate that Romex shouldn't be left exposed but must run through conduits. If you are running it through the basement or attic (or both), the wire must past through studs or be secured on top of joists or trusses.
You should not be running ROMEX inside the conduit. If you're going to use conduit, get appropriate single conductors. 1/2" EMT will be fine for up to 5 #10. You may find it easier to go up to 3/4 just to making pulling easier but it's not required.
7 Answers. Yes, NM cable can be in conduit. In fact. NEC calls for it to be in conduit, when protection from physical damage is required.
Romex cannot be used in the situation you describe as buried conduit is considered a wet location. You must use conductors such as THWN.
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