Gain fast, easy access to the NEC rules you need for residential work! Put the 2005 NEC into your pocket with this compact field guide providing select Code requirements for general residential work. Rules for 1- and 2-family dwellings are organized exactly the way they're encountered during an installation, with chapter introductions offering tips on NEC use. You'll have the latest requirements at your fingertips for: General installation Branch circuits, feeder, and service calcs Overcurrent protection Grounding Switches
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National Fire Protection Association, Quincy, Massachusetts
Table of Contents
Preface. Chapter 1 Introduction to the National Electrical Code. Chapter 2 Definitions Applicable to Dwelling Units. Chapter 3 General Installation Requirements. Chapter 4 Temporary Electrical Power. Chapter 5 Branch-Circuit, Feeder and Service Calculations. Chapter 6 Services. Chapter 7 Feeders. Chapter 8 Panelboards and Disconnects. Chapter 9 Overcurrent Protection. Chapter 10 Grounded (Neutral) Conductors. Chapter 11 Grounding. Chapter 12 Boxes and Enclosures. Chapter 13 Cables. Chapter 14 Raceways. Chapter 15 Wiring Methods and Conductors. Chapter 16 Branch Circuits. Chapter 17 Receptacle Provisions. Chapter 18 Switches. Chapter 19 Lighting Requirements. Chapter 20 Appliances. Chapter 21 Electric Space Heating Equipment. Chapter 22 Air-Conditioning Equipment. Chapter 23 Communications Circuits. Chapter 24 Separate Buildings and Structures. Chapter 25 Swimming Pools, Fountains, and Similar Installations. Chapter 26 Existing Dwellings. Chapter 27 Conduit and Tubing Fill Tables.
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2005 NEC Volume 1 Residential Pocket Guide based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
The book is...well...NEC Residential, no complaints there. But, the size is approx 5.75' x 3.25' x .75', therefore, the text is also very small. Too small for me and my trifocals. Would easily fit in a man's shirt pocket. Had to exchange it for the full size.