I just read in the How to Perform Residential Electrical Inspections Course - beginning definitions:
“SE Cable stands for service entrance cable, which is not commonly used for service cable any longer, but is used for branch circuit and feeder wiring in homes.”
Wow, this definition seems off. It also does not match any references I have found online so far. As far as I can tell, SE cable still means Service Entrance cable and is still in use in this context.
Any answers? Any references to back it up?