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Moving Violations 76: Motion Sensor & Flood Lights with No Box
Jul 23, 2014
Video
Electrical Construction and Maintenance

Moving Violations Video No. 76, by Russ LeBlanc, NEC Consultant: More than Meets the Eye

In this episode, EC&M Magazine's Russ LeBlanc shows us what he found wrong with this outdoor luminaire when he showed up on a recent residential service call. A violation of Sec. 300.15 of the 2014 NEC can be cited at this location....More
Jul 9, 2014
Video
Electrical Construction and Maintenance

Moving Violations Video No. 75, by Russ LeBlanc, NEC Consultant: Nailed by a Violation 1

In this episode, EC&M Magazine's Russ LeBlanc discusses the ways in which single-pole breakers can be tied together using identified handle ties....More
Moving Violations Video No. 74: Insufficient Receptacle Protection
Jun 25, 2014
Video
Electrical Construction and Maintenance

Moving Violations Video No. 74, by Russ LeBlanc, NEC Consultant: Insufficient Receptacle Protection 3

In this episode, EC&M Magazine's Russ LeBlanc shows us an outdoor receptacle arrangement that doesn’t meet the requirements of Sec. 406.9 of the 2014 NEC. He notes that the cover isn’t weatherproof and the receptacle is not weather resistant....More
Jun 11, 2014
Video
Electrical Construction and Maintenance

Moving Violations Video No. 73, by Russ LeBlanc, NEC Consultant: Failure to Communicate

In this episode, EC&M Magazine's, Russ LeBlanc points out a couple of violations associated with a communications cable installation. He questions the mechanical execution of work requirements as noted in Sec. 800.24 of the 2014 NEC and the box cover requirements of 314.25....More
Moving Violations Video No. 72, by Russ LeBlanc, NEC Consultant: Rigid Surface E
May 21, 2014
Video
Electrical Construction and Maintenance

Moving Violations Video No. 72, by Russ LeBlanc, NEC Consultant: Rigid Surface Extension

In this episode, EC&M Magazine's Russ LeBlanc shows us how someone made a surface from two different boxes with EMT. Unfortunately, this is a violation of Sec. 314.22 of the 2014 NEC....More
Moving Violations Video No.71, by Russ LeBlanc, NEC Consultant: Abandoned NM Cab
May 8, 2014
Video
Electrical Construction and Maintenance

Moving Violations Video No. 71, by Russ LeBlanc, NEC Consultant: Abandoned NM Cable

In this episode, EC&M Magazine's Russ LeBlanc, finds a surprise when he pokes his head into a suspended ceiling space of a building. He spots some NM cable that was used for temporary lighting, but never removed when construction was complete, which is a violation of Sec. 590.3(D)...More
Apr 24, 2014
Video
Electrical Construction and Maintenance

Moving Violations Video No. 70, by Russ LeBlanc, NEC Consultant: EMT Couplings

In this episode, EC&M's Code Consultant Russ LeBlanc points out why it's important to use the proper type of conduit fittings in an outdoor location. He identifies a violation of the requirements of Sec. 358.42 of the 2014 NEC....More
Moving Violation 69: Transformer Wiring Problems
Apr 9, 2014
Video
Electrical Construction and Maintenance

Moving Violations Video No. 69, by Russ LeBlanc, NEC Consultant: Transformer Wiring

In this episode, EC&M's Code Consultant Russ LeBlanc identifies a wiring problem with this Class 1 transformer. He points out a violation of the requirements of Sec. 725.46 of the 2014 NEC....More
Moving Violation 68: EMT Installation & UF Cable, Exposed & Unprotected
Mar 19, 2014
Video
Electrical Construction and Maintenance

Moving Violation Video No. 68, by Russ LeBlanc, NEC Consultant: Exposed & Unprotected 1

In this episode, EC&M Magazine's Russ LeBlanc shows us a violation of the 2014 Code requirements for protecting direct-buried conductors and cables emerging from grade. This is a violation of Section 300.5 of the 2014 NEC....More
Luminaire Let Down
Mar 5, 2014
Video
Electrical Construction and Maintenance

Moving Violations Video No. 67, by Russ LeBlanc, NEC Consultant: Luminaire Let Down 1

In this episode, EC&M Magazine's Russ LeBlanc, finds a luminaire that was improperly wired when it was first installed. He shows us the fire hazard that was created when the installer chose to ignore the manufacturer's wiring instructions. This is a violation of Section 110.3 of the NEC....More

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