Written by the author of the most widely-used residential wiring book in the country, this new, concise resource is excellent for both classroom work and home use. It covers everything from lighting branch circuits, to small appliance branch circuits, on up to large appliance circuits. Users learn safe practices, methods, and materials required by the 1999 NECAr all within an applied aon-the-joba context.Features:-concise presentation of the latest house wiring methods required by the 1999 NECAr gives the latest, most up-to-date information -hundreds of examples, wiring diagrams, photos, and illustrations make it easier to learn by showing visually what the NECAr covers textually -includes a set of two real electrical floor plans and two blank floor plans to help learning through actual applications of NECAr rules -written in a language thatas easy to understand, yet has all the details needed by electricians and residential contractors to do the job right -all materials are consistent with NECAr requirements to ensure safety of people and equipment ALSO AVAILABLE INSTRUCTOR SUPPLEMENTS CALL CUSTOMER SUPPORT TO ORDERInstructor's Manual, ISBN: 0-8273-8351-7Written by the author of the most widely-used residential wiring book in the country, this new, concise resource is excellent for both classroom work and home use.
|Title||:||House Wiring with the National Electrical Code|
|Author||:||Ray C. Mullin|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 1999|