This article discusses some of the differences between the NEC and CE Code, beginning with definitions of some of the more frequently used grounding and bonding terms.
Smoke detectors are designed and installed to provide reliable early warning smoke detection systems for the protection of life and property.
National Electrical Code Article 410 Parts M and N provide special provisions for luminaires (lighting fixtures) installed within recessed cavities in walls or ceilings.
A grounding electrode is defined as a conducting element that connects electrical systems and/or equipment to the earth.
A new, bi-national standard that combines safety requirements for luminaires for both the US and Canada went into effect on January 31, 2001.
There are not many "two code” experts out there. The reason for the lack of knowledge is because the two codes are very different.