PVC Conduit to NMD90 Transition
I'd like to run power out to a shed for some lights and an outlet.
I plan to go underground in pvc conduit with THWN conductors in it.
Generally you'd probably use a PVC LB on the exterior of the home to change directions with, and a junction box on the inside of the home... Unfortunately I'd rather not have an access panel in a finished bathroom to keep the junction box legal.
So instead I'd like to use a larger PVC weather tight junction box on the exterior of the home, rather than a smaller LB, that way I can splice my THWN to my NMD90 in that box rather than inside the home.
I'm just not sure what the proper way of running 12/2 NMD90 through the exterior wall into the PVC box is... I assume I should use a PVC nipple, but what about the interior end of the nipple, do I just need a bushing of some sort?