February Issue 2001

 


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| February 2001
This month’s column addresses controversial issues that have come up in NECA’s online “Code Question of the Day.” The author gives his opinion in his answers and invites your

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| February 2001
The most important thing to understand about ground fault protection devices is that one type is to protect personnel and the other is to protect electrical equipment, the lat

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| February 2001
A common task for electrical system designers is to design separately derived systems.

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| February 2001
Emergency and standby power systems provide electric power to critical loads in commercial, industrial, and institutional buildings.

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| February 2001
Fires take the lives of thousands of people each year. In 1998 and 1999 alone, 4,035 and 3,570 civilian fire deaths occurred in the United States.

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