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Welcome. My name is XXXXX XXXXX would be glad to assist.The Exception is ONLY to conduit body of any size, including a conduitbody constructed with only one conduit entryprovided it meets the requirements.It does not change the requirements prior in the articleof supports which STILL must meet one or the other dependingon the conduit entry points.Each conduit shall be secured within 900 mm (3 ft) ofthe enclosure, If conduits enter on both sides, then BOTH must be supportedwithin 900 mm (3 ft) of the enclosure, or within within 450 mm (18 in.) ofthe enclosure, if all conduit entries are on the same sideIf the conduits ONLY enter on one sidethen they must be secured within within 450 mm (18 in.) ofthe enclosure,Exception: The following wiring methods shall be permittedto support a conduit body of any size, including a conduitbody constructed with only one conduit entry, if thetrade size of the conduit body is not larger than the largesttrade size of the conduit or tubing:(1) Intermediate metal conduit, Type IMC(2) Rigid metal conduit, Type RMC(3) Rigid polyvinyl chloride conduit, Type PVC(4) Reinforced thermosetting resin conduit, Type RTRC(5) Electrical metallic tubing, Type EMTThis exception was revised for the 2011 Code to provide alist of the acceptable wiring methods that the exception appliesto.Just hit reply for anything else or clarification.