User's Guide to the National Electrical Code

User's Guide to the National Electrical Code

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The first Usera€™s Guide to the National Electrical CodeAr explains basic principles of the NECAr!NFPAa€™s 2002 Edition details and explains the basic NEC principles you must know to work effectively with the worlda€™s most widely used building code! Written by H. Brooke Stauffer, Director of Codes a Standards at the National Electrical ContractorA’s Association, Usera€™s Guide to the National Electric Code is the ideal starting point for electrical apprentices, and a useful reference for experienced pros. Launch your career in the electrical fielda€”or get the NEC background youa€™ve been missing!Learn how to find your way around the 2002 NEC through text explaining: Whata€™s covered in each chapter of the NEC. Use it alongside your 2002 Code!How the National Electrical Code works with other NFPA electrical standards and building codesThe NEC consensus development process and the significance of TIAs and Formal InterpretationsThe Usera€™s Guide offers expert analyses of technical requirementsa€”the kind of information it can take years to acquire:The difference between GFPE and GFCI equipmentWhy terminals for ungrounded hot conductors must be color-distinguishable from the silver or white usedfor grounded conductorsReasons to use a multiwire branch circuit. The NEC tells you how to install ita€”only the Usera€™s Guide tells you why.Find examples of TVSS (transient voltage surge suppressors) and hundreds of other explanations./U U U / ^/~ LJ U ! a#39;- 175 A 125 A 125 A 100 A 60 A Service disconnecting means with 400-A fuses Feeder distribution panelboard No. 1 Feeder distribution panelboard No. 2 X X | |a€cAla€” 2V4 in. R VIC a€cAla€” 2V4 in. RMC / U ^_j a€c^ Wireway X a€c ft itanbsp;...

Title:User's Guide to the National Electrical Code
Author:H. Brooke Stauffer
Publisher:Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2002-01-01


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