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Audel Guide to the 2002 National Electrical Code
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by: Paul Rosenberg
Topics include: heating panel sets, threaded steel intermediate metal conduit, supplementary overcurrent protective devices, motor terminal housing, motor overload protective device, nonheating leads, disconnect all ungrounded conductors, life safety branch, other disconnecting means, nonmetallic wireways, subdivided loads, nonmetallic surface extensions, control circuit conductors, threaded rigid metal conduit, use with the motor, adjustable circuit breakers, ferromagnetic envelopes, cutouts shall, run with the circuit conductors, lighting fixtures shall, same panelboard, amperes shall, two ungrounded conductors, conductors that may, supplementary overcurrent protection
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Get a grip on the 2002 NEC The 2002 NEC is here but what do the changes mean for you on the job? This easy-to-follow interpretive guide walks you article by article through the 2002 Code, clarifying terms, explaining new standards, highlighting compliance issues, and providing practical worksite tips. It s the one reference you need to make sense of the NEC and make sure each job gets done by the book. Know the rules for wiring design, protection, methods, and materials Identify standards that apply for general use equipment Discover what the Code says about electrical requirements for service stations, industrial plants, health care facilities, and other special occupancies Find out about special equipment used in office partitions, information technology systems, swimming pools, and more Examine emergency systems, remote control circuits, optical fiber cables, and other special conditions Understand new standards for today s communications systems
Pocket-size guide walks readers article by article through the 2002 Code, clarifying terms, explaining new standards, highlighting compliance issues, and providing practical worksite tips.
About the Author
Paul Rosenberg is a leading voice in the electrical industry. A master electrician with extensive experience in all aspects of the industry, he teaches at Iowa State University and has written for all the major industry publications. He is the author of several Audel electrical books, including Audel Electricians Pocket Manual, Second Edition.
It's great to see the Audel NEC book again. I've been using just the NFPA book. That book is good, but too dry for me. Just like in years past, the new Audel book makes the code easier to grasp because it explains what each new change is and what it means!
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