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Item #: 9781933345482
Author: Mark N. Shapiro Publisher: W Marketing Manufacturer: W Marketing Manufacturer Item #: 6296-11 Format: Spiralbound
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This edition of the Dr. Watts 2011 Pocket Electrical Guide has been UPDATED to reflect the newly updated and revised 2011 National Electrical Code. This new edition is a valuable, handy reference for electricians and any professionals in the electrical trade. Consistently rated the #1 Electrical Pocket Guide, the Dr. Watts 2011 Pocket Electrical Guide is loaded with essential information for everyday reference, including the latest NEC tables, formulas, illustrations and detailed examples. The heavy laminated pages and built-in tabs make it sturdy and durable.
The 2011 Dr. Watts pocket guide contains new pages consisting of:
Numerous new NEC tables
Formulas with clear, concise explanations of usage
Detailed reference tables and illustrations
All 2011, 2008, 2005 and 2002 versions of the Dr. Watts Electrical Guide contain:
NEC Tables include Allowable Ampacities, Derating, Burial Depths, Grounding, & Wire-Fill
Metric Reference Chart
Basic Electrical, Power, voltage & Transformer Formulas
Examples depicting bending, transformer installations, branch circuits and GFCI's
Table of Contents:
Wire-Fill for EMT NEC Annex C-Table C1
Common NEMA Enclosure Types
Metric Essentials for Electricians
NEMA Motor Starter Reference Chart
3-phase A.C. Motor Connections for 9-Lead, Dual-Voltage Motors
Calculating Conduit Bends for Offsets and Saddles
Basic Electrical Formulas
Useful Electrical power Formulas
Voltage Drop Formulas
Derating Ampacities at a Glance More Than a Conductors in a Raceway NEC Article 310
Service Grounding and Bonding at a Glance NEC Article 250
Typical Motor Branch Circuit at a Glance NEC Article 430
Typical Transformer Installation at a Glance NEC Articles 240, 250 & 450
Feeder and transformer Tap Rules at a Glance NEC 240.21
Common GFCI Locations
Act now to ensure you're prepared with the most comprehensive information about electrical safety in the new 2011 Dr Watts Pocket Electrical Guide.