Electrical Wiring, Residential

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Delmar Publishers, 1998 - Dwellings - 614 pages
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Students can learn all aspects of residential wiring and how to apply them to the wiring of a typical house from this, the most widely-used residential wiring text in the country. It's loaded with more examples, photos, illustrations and wiring diagrams than any other textbook. Accurate and comprehensive, it covers just about every residential wiring task an instructor may wish to cover and students might need to know. Students learn safe practices required by OSHA and methods and materials required by the 1999 NEC all within an applied "on-the-job" context.

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Great book if you want to see what goes into proper electrical work. Nice diagrams and thorough explanations. Not really a coffee table book, though. Read full review

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Contents

American National Standards Institute
8
Electrical Symbols and Outlets
15
Fixtures and Outlets
21
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Ray C. Mullin is a former electrical instructor for the Wisconsin Schools of Vocational, Technical, and Adult Education. Prior to his retirement, he served as district manager, regional manager, regional vice president, and ultimately director technical liaison for a major electrical manufacturer. He also served on the NFPA Code Making Panel 4 of the National Electrical Code. A former journeyman and supervisor for residential, commercial, and industrial installations, he has taught electrical apprentice and journeyman courses, conducted numerous technical and Code seminars, written many articles for electrical trade publications, and consulted for electrical equipment manufacturers on legal issues. A former member of the Executive Board of the Western Section of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors, he is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and National Fire Protection Association, Electrical Section. He attended the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee School of Engineering, and Colorado State University.

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