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National Electrical Code® 2017 Pocket Guide for Residential Electrical Installations 1st Edition

National Fire Protection Association

  • Published
  • 540 Pages

Overview

Pocket Guides are designed for portability and to help contractors quickly find requirements. The requirements are in the order of a typical installation.

National Fire Protection Association, Quincy, Massachusetts

National Fire Protection Association, Quincy, Massachusetts
  • For this edition Article 690 Photovoltaic has been added.
  • Shaded text denoting changes to the Code.
  • A marginal N (also shaded) denotes new Articles.
  • Deletion bullets indicating material has been removed from that section of the Code.
1. Introduction to the National Electrical Code.
2. Definitions Applicable to Dwelling Units.
3. General Installation Requirements.
4. Temporary Electric Power.
5. Service and Feeder Load Calculations.
6. Services.
7. Feeders.
8. Panelboards and Disconnects.
9. Overcurrent Protection.
10. Grounded (Neutral) Conductors.
11. Grounding and Bonding.
12. Boxes and Enclosures.
13. Cables.
14. Raceways.
15. Wiring Methods and Conductors.
16. Branch Circuits.
17. Receptacle Provisions.
18. Switches.
19. Lighting Requirements.
20. Appliances.
21. Electric Space-Heating Equipment.
22. Air-Conditioning and Refrigerating Equipment.
23. Communications Circuits.
24. Separate Buildings or Structures.
25. Swimming Pools, Fountains, and Similar Installations.
26. Optional Standby Systems.
27. Conduit and Tubing Fill Tables.