Give your students a firm foundation in NECAr basics with the 2008 Edition of User's Guide to the National Electrical Code. This full-color, illustrated text has been completely revised to include new chapter features that guide students through the 2008 Code, reinforcing key principles, such as the difference between GFPE and GFCI equipment. With this text, students will understand the intent behind the most critical NECAr requirements, the way NECAr chapters and articles work together, and how the NECAr is related to other electrical standards and building codes. User's Guide is the key to getting the right answers faster and more efficiently.... RVs have low-voltage systems powered either from their own batteries or converters or by plugging into a vehiclea#39;s 12-volt system. ... Section 551.20(D) requires that luminaires and appliances, having both 120-volt and low-voltage connections, ... or 120/240-Volt Systems (552.40 through 552.59) V. Factory Tests (552.60) Scope Article 552 covers camping trailers ... electrical systems which includes permission to use automotive type wiring methods (cables) and overcurrent devices.
|Title||:||User's Guide to the National Electrical Code® 2008 Edition|
|Author||:||H. Brooke Stauffer|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2009-10-07|