Among the ways service conductor requirements differ from those for branch circuit and feeder conductors is service conductors for one structure can’t pass through the interior of another structure [230.3]....More
While Art. 810 provides the requirements for transmission or reception via an antenna, Art. 820 provides the requirements for the distribution of television and radio signals within a facility or on a property via cable....More
When a facility has more than one power source, what must you do to maintain a safe operation? Article 705 answers that and other questions related to using power sources that operate in parallel with a primary source....More
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....More
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....More
Understanding the 2011 revisions to Art. 680. The installation requirements of Art. 680 help keep people safe when they’re using swimming pools, hot tubs, spas, fountains, or hydromassage bathtubs....More
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Download these Frequently Asked Questions, sponsored by Westex to learn more about FR Clothing. These FAQs discuss the benefits of arc rated clothing and how NFPA 70E applies.
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Facility Managers Turn to Smart Meters to Comply with LEED v4
With the introduction of LEED v4, facility managers face tougher metering requirements. In response, they are turning to advanced energy "smart meters" to easily access more granular energy data when measuring and verifying their building's energy consumption....More
The electrical industry spends hours participating in training in order to understand the revisions found in the 2014 NEC that will enhance electrical safety for our community. Electrical code revisions also serve as a significant catalyst that enables investment,...More
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