[310.1]. No. They don't apply to conductors that form an integral
part of equipment.
[310.1]. Conductors and type designations, insulations, markings,
mechanical strengths, ampacity ratings, and uses. How many of these did you
[310.2]. You can use them in any of the wiring methods covered in
Chapter three or elsewhere in the NEC.
[310.10)(C)]. It must be one of the dozen insulation types listed in
310.10)(C), or be listed for use in wet locations, or be moisture-impervious
[310.10)(D). Absolutely! For that kind of use, they must be listed
as sunlight resistant or covered with an insulating material listed for sunlight