Guide to the 1999 National electrical code

Guide to the 1999 National electrical code

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The complete guide to the expanded and updated 1999 National Electrical CodeAr For use as a text and as an on-the-job reference Clear, concise, and easy to follow Contains more than 200 illustrations Includes sections on data-processing installations, low-voltage wiring, manufactured wiring systems, and mobile home parks. The Audel Guide to the 1999 National Electrical Code is the most authoritative reference available for the latest electrical code. Clear and concise explanations ensure the reader' s understanding of the Code revision and stress the importance of adhering to all Code rules. The guide features numerous examples and illustrations of every topic, and even includes references to other codes and standards. The Guide to the 1999 National Electrical Code is an invaluable resource for electricians, electrical contractors, and electrical inspectors.On multiwire circuits, the grounded connector or neutral shall always be installed so that if a device is removed, the grounded ... Length of Free Conductors at Outlets and Switch Points a€” A minimum of 6 inches (152 mm) of free conductor length shall be left at ... These devices are essentially a one-piece switch/box combo and are permitted to be used with type NM cable instead of a box or conduit body.

Title:Guide to the 1999 National electrical code
Author: Paul Rosenberg, National Fire Protection Association
Publisher:Audel - 1999-04-01

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