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Monthly Archives: March 2008

Common PV Code Violations

As we move into 2008, the PV industry continues to grow by leaps and bounds. New module and inverter manufacturers are entering the industry,...

Oregon House Harvest

Recently I was asked to help a fellow inspector with a project that UL had implemented to harvest some aged electrical components from a...

Equipment Grounding for Safety

Electrical systems and equipment are grounded to achieve a greater level of safety from electrical hazards to persons and property. Article 250 of the...

Medium Voltage Inspection Basics

Medium voltage systems are defined by the IEEE as those operating at voltage levels greater than 1,000 volts and up to 72,000 volts. High...

Building Inspectors and Electric Power Lines

Was this done to encourage pole-ish jokes? Where was the building inspector? Where was the electrical inspector? I understand the contractor obtained a building...

Medium Voltage Systems and Products

Based on the response to recent seminars, the topic of medium voltage equipment and installations is one of high interest. This article will provide...

NEC-2011, Call for Proposals

The NEC-2008 has been complete for only a few short months, six since the adoption by NFPA, and four since the very first printing....

Enthusiastic Membership

IAEI has always played a strong leadership role in the electrical industry and continues to accomplish this goal by playing an active role in...

How do I know if a meter socket was evaluated for a top or...

Question: Meter socket How do I know if a meter socket was evaluated for a top or bottom feed or both?   Answer UL Lists meter sockets under...

How do I know if a switchboard or panelboard is Listed for top or...

Question: Switchboard How do I know if a switchboard or panelboard is Listed for top or bottom feed or both?   Answer Switchboards are Listed under the category...
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