October 2013: Emerging Markets

 

In society’s ongoing quest for a more sustainable energy future, there is always room for...

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Charlie Trout, author of Code FAQs and Code Question of the Day, has retired. 
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Modular data centers


In this digital world, we’re never far from our smartphones and tablets. Shopping on the...

It hasn’t been easy to live in Connecticut the last couple years. First Hurricane Irene...

Ben Franklin already knew enough about grounding to keep the portion of the kite string...

Net-zero energy buildings produce as much energy as they consume over the course of a...

Part I of this series reviewed some Code-wide revisions and some of the significant changes...

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Large or small, electrical contracting companies have a significant investment in tools. To protect that...


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| October 2013
When we discuss copper, fiber and wireless, we focus on the media, often without regard to the networks for which the media are supposed to provide connections.

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, Dishwasher circuits require GFCI protection., Section 210.13 requires GFPE protection for branch circuits., Table 310.15(B)(3)(c) does not apply to XHHW-2 insulated conductors., MC cable is permitted to be supported by fittings in lengths up to 3 feet., Correction factors apply only when the number of conductors at a cross-section exceeds 30.
| October 2013
Part I of this series reviewed some Code-wide revisions and some of the significant changes in Chapter 1 of the National Electrical Code (NEC).

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