A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO THE 2011 NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE Written by a Master Electrician, 2011 National Electrical Code Chapter-by-Chapter offers an in-depth analysis of the NEC with particular attention to the order in which various elements appear. This practical resource provides the knowledge you need to pass the Master Electrician's License Exam the first time by helping you understand the structure and logic of the NEC rather than memorize all the details. Material that appears outside the NEC main body, including the index, annexes, and Article 90, is also discussed in this essential handbook. 2011 National Electrical Code Chapter-by-Chapter covers: General Wiring and Protection Wiring Methods and Materials Equipment for General Use Special Occupancies Special Equipment Special Conditions Communications Systems TablesSection 215.4, Feeders with Common Neutral Conductor, allows up to three sets of three-wire feeders or two sets of foura or five-wire feeders to have a common neutral. ... Section 215.5, Diagrams of Feeders, states that a diagram showing feeder details must be provided prior to ... conductor, must be installed and terminated at the entrance panel, which may or may not have a main breaker. ... Switching devices in the tapped circuit must have a pole in each ungrounded conductor.
|Title||:||2011 National Electrical Code Chapter-By-Chapter|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2011-08-26|