The No. 1 electrical reference title is available from today's No. 1 electrical publisher. The single most important reference in the electrical industry, "NEC( 2002" provides 100 percent of the information needed to "meet code" and avoid costly errors in electrical installations of all types.
The #1 electrical reference, the 2002 National Electrical Code®, is now available through today's #1 electrical publisher, Delmar Publishers! The single most important reference in the electrical industry, the National Electrical Code® (NEC®), is updated every three years and outlines minimum standards for all types of electrical installations. Adopted as law by states, cities, and municipalities, the 2002 edition of the NEC® features newly adopted articles on transient voltage surge suppressors (Article 285), sensitive electronic equipment (Article 647), fuel cells (Article 692), and more! The latest administrative rules (e.g., Article 80) and safety rules (e.g., Article 100 on flash protection and Article 430 on motor disconnect locations) are also included. An excellent resource for anyone involved in electrical design, installation, and inspection, NEC® 2002 provides 100% of the information needed to meet Code and avoid costly errors in electrical installations of all types. Delmar is pleased to make this authoritative reference by the NFPA - containing the most widely accepted and most frequently used criteria for electrical installations in the U.S. - available directly from us for the convenience of our customers who work in and around the electrical trades. It may be used independently or as a companion to any electrical book, including Delmar's best-selling wiring series as well as our guides to understanding and using the NEC®.
Get a grip on the 2002 NEC The 2002 NEC is here-but what do the changes mean for you on thejob? This easy-to-follow interpretive guide walks you article byarticle through the 2002 Code, clarifying terms, explaining newstandards, highlighting compliance issues, and providing practicalworksite tips. It's the one reference you need to make sense of theNEC-and make sure each job gets done by the book. * Know the rules for wiring design, protection, methods, andmaterials * Identify standards that apply for general use equipment * Discover what the Code says about electrical requirements forservice stations, industrial plants, health care facilities, andother special occupancies * Find out about special equipment used in office partitions,information technology systems, swimming pools, and more * Examine emergency systems, remote control circuits, optical fibercables, and other special conditions * Understand new standards for today's communications systems
The No. 1 electrical reference, this book is the single most important reference in the electrical industry, outlining minimum standards for all types of electrical installations. It includes information on wiring methods and materials, wiring and protection, and equipment for general use. Tables.
The second edition of this guide leads professional electricians, electrical inspectors, and readers on a visual tour through the entire 2002 NEC, conveniently grouping code requirements according to type of occupancy. Central to the book are more than 600 technically precise, highly detailed illustrations.
Build a firm foundation in NEC basics with the 2005 Edition of User's Guide to the National Electrical Code. NFPA's full-color illustrated guide walks you through the 2005 Code, explaining key principles, such as the difference between GFPE and GFCI equipment. With this text you'll understand the intent behind the most critical NEC requirements, the way NEC chapters and articles work together, and how the NEC is related to other electrical standards and building codes. The User's Guide is the key to getting the right answers, faster and more efficiently! Written by H. Brooke Stauffer of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA), this primer shows you how to find answers in today's NEC(R), significantly improving your productivity and effectiveness on the job. User's Guide to the National Electrical Code(R) is the ideal starting point for electrical apprentices and a useful reference for experienced professionals. Use it alongside your 2005 Code!
THE BEST CODE REFERENCE IN PRINT Completely updated to cover 2002 provisions, the reference you hold in your hands is the most frequently consulted NEC(R) guidebook in the world. This indispensable, authoritative source of Code(R) how-to's, interpretation, and advice, gives you: - Code(R) analysis and application help from Joseph F. McPartland ("Mr. Electrical Construction") and his son Brian J. McPartland, famous nationwide for his Code(R) seminars - More hands-on, how-to information than other any other source--without the unnecessary word-for-word reproduction of the entire Code(R) itself - The most lavish available offering of task-simplifying photographs and drawings, to make every procedure crystal clear - Detailed, useful coverage of difficult and controversial rules, from foremost electrical construction industry experts - The coverage you want and need of new provisions on telecommunications wiring - Best value--because every page of every section gives you 100% applicable Code(R) interpretation and advice THE LEADER SINCE 1932 Edition after popular edition, McGraw-Hill's National Electrical Code(R) Handbook has provided the essential, put-the-Code(R)-into-practice guide. No wonder it's been the leading reference on the NEC(R) for nearly 70 years!
THE FASTEST AND EASIEST WAY TO FIND WHAT YOU NEED IN THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE This A-to-Z illustrated guide -- covering all the changes in the 2002 NEC -- helps you to locate immediately the exact section of the NEC you need to solve any electrical construction problem, on-site or in the office. It's the perfect companion to McGraw-Hill's National Electrical Code Handbook. No other single reference makes the Code more accessible or understandable. The convenient alphabetical format makes short work of your search, along with easy-to-use cross references to Code sections and tables. More than 400 diagrams, drawings, and tables simplify all kinds of electrical installation. Without question, this is a must-have reference for electrical contractors, electricians, electrical apprentices, electrical inspectors, consulting engineers, utility staff, plant engineers, maintenance personnel and equipment manufacturers.
* The only book to provide a complete and comprehensive interpretation of the complicated NESC (National Electrical Safety Code)published by the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers)* Numerous illustrations simplify interpreting the Code* Especially designed to facilitate looking up relevant NESC sections and tables
If there is one book every professional electrical designer, installation electrician, electrical inspector, consulting engineer, and contractor cannot afford to be without, it's Electrical Raceways and Other Wiring Methods by the authority on all things electrical, Richard Loyd! From power source to end-use equipment, this one-of-a-kind electrician's handbook details specific design criteria, wiring methods, and materials for all types of installations as required by the 2002 National Electrical Code (NEC®). This is especially important, since the wiring section in the 2002 NEC® constitutes the largest and most sweeping change to the Code® in recent history. Other important NFPA standards are also referenced throughout the book as appropriate, making this the single most authoritative building design how-to and reference book available today.