These 2014 standards contain everything you need to pass electrical inspection in Oregon!
The 2014 Oregon Electrical Specialty Code (OESC) is based on the 2014 National Electrical Code with Oregon amendments. All Oregon amendments and changes are clearly inserted into the text of the NEC.
Highlighted changes in the 2014 Oregon Electrical Specialty Code include:
- 110.26(C)(3) is modified regarding requirements for personnel doors for electrical rooms where service equipment is 800 amps or more. Clarifies that provision does not apply to one- and two-family dwellings and individual multi-family units. Additional construction requirements are located in Section 1008.1.10 of the Oregon Structural Specialty Code.
- 200.4 is a new model code requirement for the grouping of grounded conductors with phase conductors in enclosures that have multiple grounded conductors.
- 210.12(C) is a new model code requirement for AFCI devices in dormitory units.
- 406.9(B)(1) is a new model code requirement that requires an extra duty box hood for receptacles in wet locations.
- 517.18(B) is a new model code requirement for a minimum of eight receptacles in a hospital patient bed location.
- 517.19(C) is a new model code requirement for a minimum of thirty-six receptacles for an operating room.
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