July Issue 2008

 

For more than 50 years, ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR magazine has listened carefully to its readers...


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| July 2008
For years, two-way radios were the most-used means of job-site communications, but wireless phones and combination wireless-phone/two-way-radio devices are expanding mobile c

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| July 2008
Although more than 100 massive wind wind turbines now turn gently along the hills of upstate New York, erecting those towers required some unusual efforts from electricians.

| July 2008
While fire alarms can be integrated with other building systems, they are tightly governed by codes and standards, such as NFPA 72, NFPA 70, UL864, etc., since these systems

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Public officials in several states have embraced new safety standards, voting to adopt the 2008 National Electrical Code (NEC) with minimal or no amendments, and America’s hea

| July 2008
Unlike most commodities, electricity typically must be consumed when it is produced, so saving it up for a rainy—or exceptionally hot—day usually isn’t an option.

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