Illustrated Guide to the 1999 National Electrical Code

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Craftsman Book Company, 1999 - House & Home - 356 pages
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This fully-illustrated guide offers a quick and easy visual reference for installing electrical systems. Whether you're installing a new system or repairing an old one, you'll appreciate the simple explanations written by a code expert, and the detailed, intricately-drawn and labeled diagrams. A real time-saver when it comes to deciphering the current NEC.
 

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Contents

Chapter
7
Chapter
10
Chapter 2
24
Sizing Neutral Conductors
39
Restaurants
59
Industrial MotorControl Center
63
Service Components
76
Chapter 3
89
Chapter 7
173
Industrial and Dielectric Heating Equipment
188
Components of SecurityFire Alarm Systems
203
Calculating Motor Circuit Conductors
218
Multimotor Branch Circuits
232
Transformers
241
Transformer Connections Dry Type
256
Transformer Grounding
270

Current Transformers
102
Circuit Breakers
118
Wiring Methods
132
GroundFault CircuitInterrupters
147
Capacitors
157
Chapter 12
283
Garages and Similar Locations
296
Glossary
317
Index
351
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About the author (1999)

Dale Brickner is a licensed master electrician in Florida and an IMSA Level III Signal Technician. For the past 20 years he has maintained and installed a full range of electrical systems, including giant commercial and industrial projects, major fiber optic networks, highway lighting, signalization, and toll collection projects. Mr. Brickner is also an electrical inspector, consultant, and author of several books and technical manuals on the NEC(R).

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