314.28 Pull and Junction Boxes Requirements pertaining to the installation and use of all boxes and conduit bodies used as outlet, device, junction or pull boxes are in Article 314 of the National Electrical Code (NEC).
Recent discussions on ground-fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) protection for personnel on construction sites have indicated that there seems to be a misunderstanding of whether generator power is excluded from the GFCI requirement.
AC and MC bushings Q: Sections 320.17 and 330.17 indicate that Types AC and MC cables must be installed in accordance with 300.4, which includes protection of the cables by listed bushings or listed grommets that cover all metal edges of metal studs.
Outside feeder grounding and bonding Q: What grounding and bonding requirements apply to an outside feeder that supplies a woodworking hobby shop that is located in a detached building and is about 60 feet from, and supplied from, a single-family residence?
314.28 Pull and Junction Boxes Chapter 3 of the National Electrical Code (NEC) covers wiring methods and materials. Article 314 covers the installation and use of all boxes and conduit bodies used as outlet, device, junction or pull boxes, depending on their use.
Within the past few years, many of us have installed surround sound systems in homes and business. What seems to be lacking is an understanding of the new requirements that have been incorporated into the totally revised Article 640 in the National Electrical Code (NEC).
Q: Should 250.34 or Article 702 apply to a portable generator that is connected to a domestic refrigerator, freezer, television set, and floor and table lamps in a one-family residence? A: The answer depends on the method used to connect the generator to the appliances.
314.28 Pull and Junction Boxes Article 314 of the National Electrical Code covers the installation and function of all boxes and conduit bodies used as outlet, device, junction or pull boxes, depending on their use.
Many professional contractors called to provide a fire alarm system in either a new or existing building have heard the owner exclaim, “I just want to meet code!” Most building owners (especially those not knowledgeable in the code process) have made the assumption that if they instruct you to “jus
Article 210 Branch Circuits Article 250 Grounding and Bonding Article 310 Conductors for General Wiring Article 334 Nonmetallic-Sheathed Cable: Types NM, NMC and NMS Article 410 Luminaires (Lighting Fixtures), Lampholders and Lamps Article 695 Fire Pumps Parts of the NFPA 20-2003-Standard for the In
Provisions pertaining to the installation and use of all boxes and conduit bodies used as outlet, device, pull and junction boxes are in Article 314 of the National Electrical Code. Section 314.16 covers provisions for sizing boxes and conduit bodies containing conductors 18 AWG through 6 AWG.
The May 2005 Code Applications column contained information on a major change in Article 680 for the 2005 National Electrical Code (NEC) concerning the construction requirements of fiberglass pools, vinyl-lined pools and concrete pools containing epoxy-coated rebar.
As the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E standard takes root in electrical practices, getting the right training to the right people has become the greatest hurdle in changing the way electricians do their job.
Fire pump disconnecting means Q: Is the disconnect for an electric motor driving a fire pump required to be within sight of the motor or is it permitted to be out of sight if capable of being locked in the off position? Can the disconnect and overcurrent protection be located in a panelboard?
Control-circuit transformers Q: Do the requirements of Article 450—Transformers and Transformer Vaults or Article 725—Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3 Remote-Control, Signaling, and Power-Limited Circuits apply to a control-circuit transformers in a 480-volt combination motor starter?
Chances are you have encountered a wiring mass—or mess—somewhere along the road when installing voice/data/video or information transport systems. Year after year of adding, changing and rewiring may have left the plenum with little room for additional wiring and cabling.