Mike Holt

Mike
Holt
NEC Trainer / Consultant,
Mike Holt Enterprises
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Mike earned a masters degree in the Business Administration Program (MBA) from the University of Miami. He earned his reputation as a National Electrical Code (NEC) expert by working his way up through the electrical trade. Formally a construction editor for two different trade publications, Mike started his career as an apprentice electrician and eventually became a master electrician, an electrical inspector, a contractor, and an educator. Since 1975, he has provided custom in-house seminars for groups such as IAEI, NECA, ICBO, IBM, AT&T, Motorola, and the U.S. Navy. Mike has taught more than 1,000 classes on 30 different electrical-related subjects — ranging from alarm installations to exam preparation and voltage drop calculations. He continues to develop seminars, videos, books, and software as well as contributing monthly Code content to EC&M magazine.

Articles
Code Q&A: Edison-Base Fuses and Type S Adapters 2
Your most pressing National Electrical Code (NEC) questions answered
Code Q&A: Flexible Metal Conduit 2
Your most pressing National Electrical Code (NEC) questions answered
Stumped by the Code? Wiring Methods for Lay-In Ceilings, Making Intersystem Bonding Terminations, and More 2
Your most pressing National Electrical Code (NEC) questions answered
NEC Rules for Installing Lighting on Circuits Greater than 30V
Article 410 provides the requirements for installing luminaires, lampholders, lamps, and decorative lighting products on larger voltage systems
Code Q&A: Enclosure Mounting Rules 3
Your most pressing National Electrical Code (NEC) questions answered
Code Q&A: Luminaire Requirements 1
Your most pressing National Electrical Code (NEC) questions answered
NEC Rules on Overcurrent Protection for Equipment and Conductors
Overcurrent exists when current exceeds the rating of equipment or the ampacity of a conductor. This can be due to an overload, short circuit, or ground fault [Art. 100]. Overcurrent devices protect conductors and equipment from overcurrent.
Code Q&A: GFCIs and Pool Pumps
Your most pressing National Electrical Code (NEC) questions answered
Code Q&A: Boundary Seals in Hazardous Locations 2
Your most pressing National Electrical Code (NEC) questions answered
NEC Rules on Outside Branch Circuits and Feeders 1
Outdoor conductors running to buildings aren't necessarily service conductors. They may be feeders or branch circuit conductors originating in another building. They may provide power for area lighting, outdoor equipment, or a separate structure.
Code Q&A: Identification of Circuit Conductors 5
Your most pressing National Electrical Code (NEC) questions answered
Stumped by the Code? Sizing Receptacles, Wiring Under Roof Decking & More 1
Your most pressing National Electrical Code (NEC) questions answered
NEC Rules on Alternative Energy Systems — Part 2
Unlike solar and wind systems, fuel cells run on fossil fuel, even though they reduce fossil fuel usage in total. However, that is changing — as biomass-based fuel cells are being developed.
Code Q&A: Feeder Circuit Protection
Your most pressing National Electrical Code (NEC) questions answered
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