- Code violations in bloom. Tedesco, Joseph A. // CEE News;Jul97, Vol. 49 Issue 8, p21
Shows various photographs of different electrical installations that are not recognized by the National Electrical Code.
- `Ground rules' are basic; disregarding them is dangerous. Tedesco, Joe // CEE News;May98, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p18
Presents photographs of faulty electric installations, which disregarded requirements of the National Electrical Code. Includes branch circuit run in a parking lot; Installation of a post over energized branch circuit conductors.
- Not wide enough to work. // CEE News;Nov2000, Vol. 52 Issue 12, p44
Points out an example of a United States National Electrical Code violation covering the necessary width of working space about electric equipment.
- Smart lighting. Frary, Tom // Electrical Wholesaling;Aug97, Vol. 78 Issue 8, p50
Suggests on educating buyers of explosion-proof lighting about applicable codes and regulations to increase sales of the product. Classes of hazardous locations identified by the US National Electrical Code where the use of the product is a requirement; Characteristics to look for in potential...
- Electrical products from China bear new holographic UL marks. Chandler, Douglas // CEE News;Jan1997, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p22
Reports that as of December 1996 Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) requires many types of UL-listed electrical products made in China to bear a new holographic UL label. The purpose of the hologram to deter counterfeiting of the UL mark; Details of the mark.
- AS/NZS 3000 and electricity regulations update. // Electrical & Automation Technology;Dec2007/Jan2008, p36
The article provides information on the revised AS/NZSS 3000, Electrical Installations, the revised AS/NZSS 3017, Electrical Installations - Verification Guidelines and the revised AS/NZSS 3019, Electrical Installations - Periodic Verification released in New Zealand in 2007. It cites that...
- Sharing space over panels: OK if safety issues addressed. Hartwell, Frederic P. // EC&M Electrical Construction & Maintenance;May99, Vol. 98 Issue 5, p98
Analyzes Section 110-26(f) of the 1999 United States National Electrical Code, which covers dedicated equipment space. Six-foot clearance rule above electric equipment; Questions on safety issue; Medium-voltage installations.
- NEC questions from our website. Hartwell, Frederic P. // EC&M Electrical Construction & Maintenance;May99, Vol. 98 Issue 5, p100
Answers questions regarding the United States National Electrical Code covering electrical products. Sections of the code under scrutiny.
- More Code Confusion. Tedesco, Joe // EC&M Electrical Construction & Maintenance;Dec99, Vol. 98 Issue 13, p48
Presents scenarios that pose serious electrical safety questions and discusses applicable National Electric Code rules in the United States. Case of missing screws in cover; Inadequately sized box; Missing cover and twisted yoke.