Over the past five years, I have worked on 26 interpretations and gained tremendous insight in understanding the NESC. Studying the interpretations is very important in understanding the NESC.
Let's examine how the National Electrical Code (NEC) and Electrical Installations in Buildings (IEC 60364) vary.
CSA International has investigated several fires over the years that were apparently caused by improperly installed electric sauna heaters.
The National Electrical Code (NEC), ANSI/NFPA 70 considers information technology equipment (ITE) installed in ITE rooms—more commonly called computer rooms—as special equipment.
The installation of electric vehicle systems is covered by Article 625 and is the responsibility of code making panel 12 (CMP-12).
In July 1, 2000, UL introduced a significant enhancement to the way it develops and maintains UL Standards for Safety.
This article revisits some definitions and requirements covered in Section 6 of the Canadian Electrical Code, Services and Service Equipment, beginning with a review of some often mentioned terms.
How do we stop people from killing themselves? In particular, how do we stop teenage boys from climbing high voltage transmission towers like this one?
The Canadian Electrical Code, Section 6 provides us with some important rules for installing service equipment, wiring methods and metering.
This article will look at the requirements in the National Electrical Code relative to information technology equipment and the correct use of Article 645.