Electrical wiring, residential: based on 1981 National Electrical Code
Readers 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 book in the country. Accurate and comprehensive, it covers just about every residential wiring task readers might need to know. They can also find safe practices required by OSHA and methods and materials required by the 1999 NEC "RM" all within an applied context.
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General Information for Electrical Installations
Electrical Symbols and Outlets
Determining the Number of Circuits Required
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