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The 2011 NEC Paperback Reference Set includes the following:
2011 NEC - National Electrical Code, Paperback:
Technology is speeding ahead and so is the NEC. Stay up-to-code with the 2011 National Electrical Code direct from NFPA.
Adopted in all 50 states, NFPA 70: National Electrical Code has saved untold lives with comprehensive requirements for electrical wiring and equipment. When the Code advances to incorporate new technologies, you can’t afford to fall behind! You need the 2011 NEC to safeguard people and property, and avoid violations.
Major changes in the 2011 NEC meet consumer demand for alternate energy, green technologies, and IT equipment:
- New Article 694 has first-time requirements for small wind electric systems.
- Revised Article 625 includes updates on safe battery charging for plug-in hybrid vehicles that reduce the risk of explosion.
- Revised Article 705 covers interconnecting generators, windmills, and solar and fuel cells with other power supplies.
- New Article 840 addresses the increased demand for broadband communications systems with requirements for wireless, routers, and wireless disconnects.
New requirements focused on workplace safety include:
- Means to reduce incident energy (240.87)
- Labeling at subpanels to identify feeder supply source (408.4(B))
- Disconnecting means for transformers (450.14)
Get first-time provisions on electrical installations over 600 volts.
New Article 399 incorporates requirements for overhead distribution systems for large electrical system users, such as school or business campus settings.
Bottom line: The 2011 NEC sets a new benchmark for safe electrical design, installation, and inspection. If you're involved with electrical safety, staying up-to-code is not optional -- it’s essential! (Softbound, Approx. 875 pp., 2011).
McGraw-Hill's National Electrical Code Handbook 2011, 27th Edition:
The Most Complete Guide to the 2011 NEC
Thoroughly revised and expanded to reflect changes in the 2011 NEC, McGraw-Hill's National Electrical Code 2011 Handbook, 27th Edition provides authoritative guidance and analysis to help you accurately interpret 2011 NEC rules. The book alerts you to matters that will be areas of discussion with inspectors. Designed as an essential companion to the 2011 NEC book published by the National Fire Protection Association, this resource includes more than 1,000 diagrams and photos to supplement the material covered. Details on the background and rationale for specific Code rules facilitate an in-depth understanding of the meaning and application of those rules. This must-have on-the-job reference helps your work pass inspection the first time. 1,662 pp
Coverage of NEC article, including:
- Requirements for electrical installations
- Branch circuits, feeders, grounding, bonding, and overcurrent protection
- Wiring methods, cables, conduits, tubing, and raceways
- Fixture wires, switches, appliances, generators, capacitors, and storage batteries
- Hazardous locations, health care facilities, agricultural buildings, temporary installations, and other locations
- Electrical vehicle charging systems, IT equipment, solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, and small wind electric systems
- Emergency systems, interconnected electric power production sources, and critical operations power systems (COPS)
- Communications circuits, radio and television equipment, and broadband communications systems
- And much more
2011 NEC - National Electrical Code Tabs (For PB, Spiral & Hndbk):
Made for the Handbook, Paperback and Spiral versions of the 2011 NEC, this set of pre-printed, self-adhesive tabs attach directly to the pages-helping you reference important articles and tabs quickly.
2011 Dr. Watts Pocket Electrical Guide:
The Dr. Watts 2011 Pocket Electrical Guide is UPDATED to reflect the 2011 National Electrical Code. The 2011 Doctor Watts is the #1 Electrical Pocket Guide for electricians and the electrical trade. Containing the latest NEC tables, formulas, illustrations and detailed examples, this an indispensable reference for anyone working with electricity.
This shirt-pocket guide is loaded with essential information for everyday reference; it's 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
- In-depth examples
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:
- 300.5, 250.66
- 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
- Common Voltages
- Voltage Drop Formulas
- Transformer Calculations
- 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.