National Electrical Code: 2008
NationalFireProtectionAssoc, 2007 - Technology & Engineering - 822 pages
The world?s most widely adopted safety code, the National Electrical Code? (NEC) is now advancing electrical safety requirements with the 2008 edition in an effort to maximize public safety, emergency preparation, and electrical worker protection. With regulations for electrical wiring and equipment in virtually all types of buildings, this new edition responds to industry needs with expanded requirements based on research, new technologies, and recent events. A must-have for anyone involved in electrical design, installation, inspection, and safety, this edition has been updated for enhanced usability in the field, making it ideal for handling on-the-job electrical situations safely and effectively. Delmar, a part of Cengage Learning is pleased to make this authoritative reference from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) available directly from us, for the convenience of our customers who work in and around the electrical trades. It may be used independently, or as a companion to any electrical book, including Delmar's best-selling wiring series, as well as our guides to using the NEC?.
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2008 National Fire 90.3 Code Arrangement ampac Appliance Applicable as referenced apply ARTICLE 90 authority having jurisdiction branch circuit building wall busbars Cables conductors and equipment contact device electric utility electrical installations Entering Buildings excess of rated Federal Communications Commission Fire Protection Association ﬂoor raceways form permitted Grounding Methods identify actions Installation Methods jurisdiction for enforcement Listing Requirements luminaires Mandatory Rules Methods Within Buildings mobile homes National Fire Protection NFPA document nonmetallic operation overcurrent protection permission of NFPA Permissive Rules permitted without written Power Source Limitations premises served Premises Wiring System Protection Association NFPA protective device receptacle outlets recreational vehicles referenced in Chapter report unauthorized reproduction or transmission requirements of Chapters service conductors service disconnect Service Drop service equipment service lateral service point Service-Entrance Conductors signaling and communications single panel SPDs Special Permission speciﬁc requirements speciﬁed test conditions Supplements or modifies switch transfer switch type 15 watt-hour meter written permission