Electrician's Pocket Manual

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2000 - Technology - 451 pages
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Any electrician likely to need ready answers on the job, and who doesn't - needs Rex Miller's "Electrician's Pocket Manual." This toolbox-sized time-and-trouble saver makes short shrift of all those questions that pop up during your day's work, whether they relate to tools of the trade...standard electrical procedures...working with fiber optics and installing the newest communications equipment...basic math and measurement, including conversion...reading blueprints. It's also loaded with 100 tables and charts, 100 formulas and 300 diagrams. You get safety rules, definitions and abbreviations of electrical units of measurement, and symbols for electrical construction drawings, including the new symbols for electrical drafting now being used in CAD drafting. An appendix even looks at codes, standards and regulations.

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Hand Tools for General Residential and Light Commercial Wiring
Hand Tools for Construction Wiring
Special Equipment

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Rex Miller has taught technical curriculums at the college level for more than 40 years. He is the author of McGraw-Hill's bestselling Carpentry & Construction, now in its Third Edition, and over 70 texts for vocational and industrial arts programs. He lives in Round Rock, Texas.

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