The effort of the public to bring about change and the work of the CMP members and NFPA staff members has us just steps away from a completed cycle of the 2023 NEC.

The NEC is one of the most widely adopted codes in the world. It can also be one of the most misinterpreted, so learning how to navigate the Code is critical.

Chapter 5, Special Occupancies, had some significant changes in the 2023 cycle. These occupancies include a unique blend of health care and motion picture and theater facilities.

The future may be a long way off. Households with entire Class 4 wiring seem like a dream. Excitingly, the new NEC issue may have taken America’s first step in that direction!

CMP-18 covers Articles 393, 406, 410, 600, and 605, especially regarding lighting and sign circuits. Here are some NEC-2023 changes.

CMP-7 covers a variety of different content from manufactured structures, agricultural buildings, recreational vehicles, and marinas to irrigation machines.

The terms in the 2023 NEC are being updated to reflect changes to the NEC Style Manual, leading to less room for interpretation and fewer errors during installation.

This #IAEINewsLIVE session is going to take a look at how important definitions are to the proper application of the National Electrical Code.

Revisions in the 2023 NESC are intended to provide clarity and ease of use, which ultimately point back to its purpose – safety.

UL Certifies (Lists) recessed LED luminaires under the product category Light-emitting-diode Recessed Luminaires (IFAO).