Solar Lighting International NEC-CODEBOOK-14-SOFTBOUND 2014 National Electrical Code Softbound Guide

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Vendor: NEC Significant Changes
Cat #: NEC-CODEBOOK-14-SOFTBOUND
Part #: 59682
SKU: 28374
UPC #: 002518000008

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Reflects changes to the long-standing voltage thresholds used in the code

Solar Lighting International 2014 National electrical code softbound guide includes electrical safety and compliance for reference. Softbound guide equips NEC code users with the most frequently accessed requirements in a convenient and portable format. The 2014 edition of the NEC softbound guide includes important changes such as expanded AFCI and GFCI protection in homes, continued emphasis on making installations safe for electrical workers, coverage of new methods to distribute low voltage power and new approaches toward ensuring safety of photovoltaic electric systems.

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Case Quantity 1, 10
In Stock Yes
Item 2014 National Electrical Code Guide
Mfr/Vendor NEC Significant Changes
Select Code SAFETY/SIGNAL/ALARM
ShortDescriptionStripped Solar-Lighting-International-NEC-CODEBOOK-14
Standards NFPA 70
Type Softbound
UPC 002518000008
description Major revisions in the NEC will impact your work in commercial, industrial, and residential electrical installations. Be prepared for electrical safety and compliance with the time-saving 2014 NEC Pocket Guide Set. This powerful team equips NEC Code users with the most frequently accessed requirements in a convenient and portable format. Separated into residential and commercial/industrial editions, each Pocket Guide presents selected rules and tables in the exact order they are encountered during a typical installation. The result -- you save time and improve accuracy, too! Reference the 2014 NEC rules you need to do electrical jobs right.
feature#1 Reflects changes to the long-standing voltage thresholds used in the Code
feature#2 Reflects new approaches toward ensuring safety of photovoltaic (PV) electric systems
feature#3 Coverage of new methods to distribute low voltage power

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