Stallcups One and Two Family Dwellings presents an all-encompassing view of wiring methods used in residential electrical systems to ensure the accurate interpretation and application of electrical requirements as listed in the 2008 National Electrical Code. Taking a unique three-pronged approach to the topic, the text introduces readers to design, installation, and inspection techniques of electrical systems, correlating dwelling unit requirements for easy comprehension. To move readers seamlessly through the material, sections of the Code have been listed where appropriate for fast reference and review. Filled with expert advice and detailed illustrations, this essential resource from renowned electrical expert and trainer James G. Stallcup makes it easy to ensure that your electrical systems are safe, reliant, and comply with the NEC.(50 mm) from conductors pertaining to electric power or lighting circuits or Class 1 circuits per 820.133(A)(2). ... of the following: ac Class 2 and Class 3 circuits ac Power-limited fire alarm systems ac Communications circuits ac Nonconductive ... UL Standard 74, Installation, Maintenance, and Use of Household Fire Wiring Equipment, also applies where the system is self-contained within the dwelling unit only.
|Title||:||One and Two Family Dwellings 2008|
|Author||:||James G. Stallcup, James W. Stallcup|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2009-08-01|