Illustrated Guide to the National Electric Code / Edition 2

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Overview

The second edition of Illustrated Guide to the National Electrical Code® leads professional electricians, electrical inspectors, and readers on a visual tour through the entire 2002 NEC®, conveniently grouping Code requirements according to type of occupancy, including: one-family dwellings, multi-family dwellings, commercial locations, and special occupancies and equipment. Central to the book are more than 600 technically precise, highly detailed illustrations that convey insights into NEC® requirements and reduce the potential for misinterpretation of the sometimes vague and often complex language of the Code. Concise phrases and short blocks of text that can be read quickly and understood easily further enable the reader to understand what is depicted in each graphic. Now thoroughly updated based on the 2002 NEC®, this indispensable explanation of the Code also features a section on fundamentals making it equally well suited for use by the novice and master electrician alike.

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Miller combines years of experience as an electrical contractor and a trainer in producing the second edition of this guide to the National Electrical Code(r) (NEC(r)). Designed to teach through visualization, the text contains over 600 technically precise, highly detailed illustrations to explain—and minimize misinterpretation of—the NEC requirements. For the second edition, the text has been thoroughly updated to reflect the requirements of the 2002 NEC. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780766873346
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 11/28/2001
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 464
  • Product dimensions: 8.46 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.95 (d)

Table of Contents

Section 1: Foundational Provisions. Unit 1 Introduction to the National Electrical Code®. Objectives. The National Electrical Code®. Wiring System Product Standards. This Book. Additional Electrical Requirements. Summary. Unit 2 Definitions. Objectives. Introduction. Definitions. Summary. Unit 2 Competency Test. Unit 3 Boxes and Enclosures. Objectives. Introduction. Box Fill Calculations. General Installation. Box and Fixture Support. Junction and Pull Box Sizing. Summary. Unit 3 Competency Test. Unit 4 Cables. Objectives. Introduction General Installation. Conductor Identification. Underground Installation. Special Application. Cables. Summary. Unit 4 Competency Test. Unit 5 Raceways and Conductors. Objectives. Introduction. General Provisions. Non-Flexible Conduit (and Tubing). Flexible Conduit (and Tubing). Other Raceways. Raceway Fill. Conductors. Summary. Unit 5 Competency Test. Section 2 One-Family Dwellings. Unit 6 General Provisions. Objectives. Introduction. Electrical Floor Plan (Blueprint). Branch Circuits. Receptacles. Receptacle Replacements. Lighting and Switching. Outdoor Receptacles and Lighting. Summary. Unit 6 Competency Test. Unit 7 Specific Provisions. Objectives. Introduction. Kitchens, Dinning Rooms and Breakfast Areas. Hallways and Stairways. Clothes Closets. Bathrooms. Basements and Garages. Laundry Areas. Attic and Crawl Spaces. Summary. Unit 7 Competency Test. Unit 8 Load Calculations. Objectives. Introduction. Compiling Information Essential to Load Calculations. Standard Method: One-Family Dwellings. Optional Method: One-Family Dwellings. Summary. Unit 8 Competency Test. Unit 9 Services, Feeders, and Electrical Equipment. Objectives. Introduction. Service-Entrance Wiring Methods. Service and Outside Wiring Clearances. Working Space Around Equipment. Service Equipment and Panelboards. Grounding. Summary. Unit 9 Competency Test. Section 3 Multi-Family Dwellings. Unit 10 Comprehensive Provisions. Objectives. Introduction. Plans (Blueprints). Services. Service Wiring Clearances. Panelboards and Equipment. Branch Circuits. Voltage Drop. Summary. Unit 10 Competency Test. Unit 11 Load Calculations. Objectives. Introduction. Compiling Load Calculation Information. Standard Method: Multi-Family Dwelling. Six Unit Multi-Family Dwelling Calculation. Standard Load Calculation for Each Unit of a Multi-family Dwelling. Optional Method: Multi-Family Dwelling. Six Unit Multi-Family Dwelling Calculation (Optional Method). Optional Load Calculation for Each Multi-Family Dwelling Unit. Summary. Unit 11 Competency Test. Section 4 Commercial Locations. Unit 12 General Provisions. Objectives. Introduction. Branch Circuits. Receptacles. Lighting. Summary. Unit 12 Competency Test. Unit 13 Non-Dwelling Load Calculations. Objectives. Introduction. Non-Dwelling Load Calculation. Sample Load Calculation - Store. Sample Load Calculation - Bank. Summary. Unit 13 Competency Test. Unit 14 Services, Feeders, and Equipment. Objectives. Introduction. Clearances and Working Space. Switchboards and Panelboards. Separately Derived Systems. Busways. Summary. Unit 14 Competency Test. Section 5 Special Occupancies, Areas, and Equipment. Unit 15 Hazardous (Classified) Locations. Objectives. Introduction. Overview. Class I Locations. Class II Locations. Class III Locations. Summary. Unit 15 Competency Test. Unit 16 Health Care. Objectives. Introduction. General. Patient Care Areas. Hospitals. Nursing Homes and Limited Care Facilities. Inhalation Anesthetizing Locations. X-Ray Installations. Summary. Unit 16 Competency Test. Unit 17 Industrial Locations. Objectives. Introduction. General. Motors. Specific Equipment. Summary. Unit 17 Competency Test. Unit 18 Special Occupancies. Objectives. Introduction. Places of Assembly. Motion Picture (and Television Studio) Audience. Areas, Theaters, and Similar Locations. Carnivals, Circuses, Fairs, and Similar Events. Places of Assembly. Motion Picture (and Television) Studios, and Similar Locations. Motion Picture Projectors. Manufactured Building. Agricultural Buildings. Mobile Homes, Manufactured Homes, and Mobile-Home Parks. Recreational Vehicles and Recreational-Vehicle Parks. Floating Buildings. Marinas and Boatyards. Summary. Unit 18 Competency Test. Unit 19 Specific Equipment. Objectives. Introduction. Equipment. Elevators, Dumbwaiters, Escalators, Moving Walks, Wheelchair Lifts, and Stairway Chair Lifts. Swimming Pools, Fountains, and Similar Installations. Summary. Unit 19 Competency Test.

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