NEC® Softbound and Handbook PDF Set, 2011 Edition
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|Watch NFPA®'s interview with Donny Cook, Chief Electrical Inspector, Shelby County Department of Developmental Services, Shelby County, AL, to hear him discuss the 2011 NEC®.
"The NEC is truly everybody's Code. The NEC sets up a minimum basis for safety, and it reacts to the latest knowledge. If the general public understood how the latest NEC protects us all from electrical hazards, people would insist on it.
|Now that there are governmental incentives, more users will want to take advantage of these systems, and we need to ensure safety by making sure they're properly installed, inspected, and approved. The easy-to-use requirements in Article 694 help people make use of energy saving technologies.
Another timesaving solution in the 2011 NEC is the addition of new Article 399 containing prescriptive requirements for overhead distribution systems for large users. This allows designers, installers, and inspectors to conduct and approve an installation for non-utility-owned equipment based on the NEC. Time is money, and this expanded NEC coverage for premises wiring is extremely practical."
|Watch NFPA's interview with Jim Pauley, Vice President, Industry and Government Relations, Schneider Electric, to hear him discuss the benefits of the NFPA 70®: National Electrical Code Handbook.|
|Watch NFPA's interview with Donald Bliss, President & COO, NI2 Center for Infrastructure Expertise, to hear him discuss the benefits of the NEC, and its companion Handbook.
"The beauty of having the Handbook available is that it translates sometimes complex Code language into a day-to-day working language...It is really an essential companion to the National Electrical Code."
Susan Newman Scearce states:
"I often work hand-in-hand with electrical installers who have open copies of the NEC Handbook, which is an illustrated guide that clarifies many electrical situations, applications, and installations."
Susan Newman Scearce,
Deputy Electrical Inspector,
State of Tennessee
James Carpenter states:
"It's important for professionals to stay connected to electrical authorities such as the NFPA and IAEI for information about new or existing requirements. NFPA is the prime source for NEC information because staff members assist with the code-making process and have extensive knowledge of what's happening in the Code and why. The NEC Handbook is always a very important resource for general information and application. It reflects the intent of the NEC."
Retired CEO and Executive Director,
International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI)
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