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Written by IAEI industry-expert representatives to the NEC® Code-Making Panels, this comprehensive guide details the most significant changes to the National Electrical Code (NEC) with four-color drawings and informational text to help you visualize Code revisions. Discussing Code rules with customers, employees, and contractors is now faster than ever with this informative document.
Soares Book on Grounding and Bonding is the authoritative book on grounding and bonding practices that is revised every NEC cycle. This training material is updated every three years to reflect the updated Code language and helps to explain the theory and practice of grounding in easily understood language. Why be stumped by grounding and bonding? Bring it down to earth with this updated material.
Not only does this book explain how and why certain grounding methods are used, but it does so in a logical way, balancing text with photos and illustrations. Cutting through the confusion of industry jargon and common misconceptions, and using correct defined terminology, the authors guide the reader step-by-step through the language and intent the Code.
IAEI’s One- and Two-Family Dwelling Electrical Systems explains the installation and inspection of electrical systems in new and existing one- and two-family dwellings. Designed for inspectors, contractors, electricians, or students, this comprehensive book will make you make more accurate, thorough and safer installations and inspections of residential dwellings.
Ferm’s Fast Finder Index is an alphabetized index of important words and phrases within the National Electrical Code (NEC). It also contains cross-reference to the other codes that are referenced within the NEC. This tool is so versatile that you will definitely want it with you, or at least in your vehicle, for those tough questions that demand immediate reference to the Code. Having Ferm’s Index at your fingertips is like having immediate access to all the answers.
In a time of rapid advancement in photovoltaic (PV) power systems, this book serves as a comprehensive manual for inspectors, plan reviewers, and installers to ensure National Electrical Code (NEC)-compliant PV system installations. This extensive guide covers everything plan reviewers, installers, and inspectors need to know about these systems.
John Wiles is perhaps the most recognized and influential name in the solar industry. He’s worked extensively in the development of the NEC and UL Standards and is an active trainer on Code-compliant PV systems. Wiles has written hundreds of articles on Code-related photovoltaic system topics and continues to write Perspectives on PV articles.
Hazardous Locations provides training materials and resources to assist those involved with designing, installing, inspecting and maintaining electrical systems in hazardous (classified) locations. Hundreds of color illustrations set forth, with accuracy and in detail, the proper use and application of the electrical requirements in these special condition areas. This book is offered as a resource to be used with sound judgement based on the specifics of a particular installation based on the National Electrical Code (NEC).
Believed to be the most comprehensive available, IAEI Study Guides prepare you for certification success in 1- and 2-Family Dwelling Electrical Systems, Electrical General, and Electrical Plan Review or any master electrician or journeyman electrician exams. If you carefully work your way through this study guide, you will be considerably more knowledgeable about the Code. This book will help you improve your test performance by showing you how to quickly and accurately locate National Electrical Code (NEC) code answers.
Ever wonder about the safety of an electrical system? With electrical wiring often buried within the hollow, inaccessible construction of a structure, it is often difficult to easily detect issues with the electrical wiring. The question arises…what makes our electrical systems safe? In short, they are safe because qualified persons install work to achieve code compliance, and inspectors verify that minimum requirements are met to ensure that the installations are virtually free of electrical hazards. Many qualified electrical inspectors evolved from being qualified electrical workers to becoming qualified electrical inspectors. IAEI’s Becoming the Electrical Inspector examines the evolution of this becoming.
You’ve proven you can do the work; now show that you can do the math. IAEI’s Ferm’s Formulas, Charts, & Information directs one’s focus to the most commonly used formulas in the field. These formulas are carefully explained and demonstrated throughout the book. Additionally, detailed charts and explanations give sharp focus to the needs of the electrician and inspector out in the field.