The 2008 North Carolina Electrical Code contains industry-driven changes that establish requirements for electrical wiring and equipment in virtually all buildings.
Revisions in the 2008 National Electrical Code boost public safety, emergency preparedness, Code usability, and worker protection for electrical installation in residential, commercial, and industrial occupancies. It also introduces:
- New article on Critical Operations Power Systems with provisions for electrical security in public and private facilities that must stay online during a crisis, such as public safety dispatch centers and hospital ICUs.
- New article on Electrified Truck Parking Spaces with NEC rules for outlets to run on-board electrical systems, reducing truck emissions and fuel consumption caused by idling during driver rest times.
- New provisions in Article 210, Article 410, and elsewhere in the Code reduce worker hazards and correlate with NFPA 70E ® worker safety rules.
- Plus hundreds of other revisions
The NEC Looseleaf is a must for electrical contractors, engineers, electricians, fire service professionals, safety officials, inspectors, and architects. (Looseleaf, Approx 864 pp., 2008)
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North Carolina Amendments to the 2008 NEC:
In order to have a complete code, these amendments need to be integrated into the 2008 National Electric Code.