A recent Q&A answer about wiring up the line sensors seemed to imply that it was illegal to connect the 22AWG wire of the sensors to a circuit protected by a 20A breaker on the power distribution board. In fact, <R40> states "The branch circuit may include intermediate elements such as COTS connectors, splices, COTS flexible/rolling/sliding contacts, and COTS slip rings, as long as the entire electrical pathway is via appropriately gauged conductors."
So the question is, where does the electrical pathway start/stop? Do wires that are permanently attached to a device need to comply with <R40>? If so, the CIM motors would be limited to 30A circuits, as they have 14AWG wire connected to them.