Understanding the National Electrical Code

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Delmar, Jan 1, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 372 pages
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This book offers beginning and experienced electricians the ability to understand what the NECŪ requires, and simplifies this sometimes intimidating and confusing code. Users learn how to read the code, and how to apply the rules immediately. Excellent examples and lots of illustrations and tables help readers understand the rules, and why they are necessary. Tips, cautions, warnings and an excellent glossary make this a must-have resource.Features:-newly revised to cover the 1999 NECŪ code as it applies to electrical installations -excellent graphics, illustrations and explanations demystify the technical nature of the NECŪ, and make it easy to understand and apply -lots of examples show how to apply the code rules immediately in order to design, install, and inspect safe electrical systems -plenty of tips, cautions and warnings that are handy to experienced and novice electricians alike ALSO AVAILABLEStudent Workbook, ISBN: 0-7668-0351-1INSTRUCTOR SUPPLEMENTS CALL CUSTOMER SUPPORT TO ORDERInstructor's Manual, ISBN: 0-7668-0352-XComputerized Testbank, ISBN: 0-8273-8611-7

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Michael Holt is the owner of Mike Holt Enterprises, Inc. "The Electronics School" in Ft Lauderdale, Florida. He has worked his way up through the electrical trade as an apprentice electrician, journeyman electrician, master electrician, electrical inspector, electrical contractor, electrical designer and developer of training programs for the electrical industry. He has taught over 1,000 classes on over 40 different electrical related subjects to over 20,000 students. He was formerly a contributing editor to Electrical Construction and Maintenance Magazine and Electrical Design and Installation Magazine. He is currently contributing editor for Electrical Contractor Magazine.

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