Understanding the National Electric Code
This book is the most thorough and accurate industry reference for understanding of the National Electrical Code for beginning and experienced electricians. Author Mike Holt details how to read the Code, and how to apply the rules immediately. Beginners learn to understand how the NEC is constructed through a relaxed, yet clear and direct format. For the experienced user of the NEC, this book clarifies confusing and seemingly conflicting rules. .Accurate examples and graphics provide insight to applications for the Code as well as 1996 Code changes, tips, danger warnings and a glossary on important terms make this an invaluable book..This book can meet the requirements for the states requiring continuing education on the 1996 Code changes.
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Artic e 110 Requirements for Electrical Installations
Artic e 200 Use and Identification of Grounded Conductors
Article 215 Feeders
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100 Definition Questions 12 inches 20 ampere 3-phase ampacity ampere rating Article 100 Definition Article 370 bonding jumper branch circuit conductors circuit breaker conduit body connected connectors cooktop cord Determine disconnecting means drop ceiling dwelling unit electrical metallic tubing Electrical nonmetallic tubing enclosure equipment grounding conductor Examine Figure exceed False feet ﬁll ﬁnish ﬁttings ﬁxed Flexible ﬂexible metal conduit ﬂoor following statements fuses grounding electrode conductor identiﬁed installation is okay insulation junction box less lighting ﬁxtures MC cable minimum National Electrical Code NM cable Nonmetallic sheath cable number of conductors outlet box overcurrent device overcurrent protection device Paddle fans panelboard permitted raintight readily accessible Rigid nonmetallic conduit service conductors service disconnect service entrance conductors service equipment short circuit shown in Figure small appliance speciﬁc splices statements are correct supply switch tap conductors terminals THHN True Violation voltage volts weatherproof wet locations Wireways wiring method