A practical guide to the 2002 NEC As an electrician, your interest in the NEC is application specific. You need the parts that relate to your job, clearly organized so you can find what you need, and geared to what you do. This book is the 2002 NEC for the installer, with easy-to-follow chapter headings to help you find important information quickly, and explanations that make sense. You'll want it with you on every job. *Find those parts of the NEC that matter to your job nothing more *Understand all general and basic requirements *Identify specific standards for multiple buildings sharing service *Know the rules regarding surge arrestors, grounding connections for AC systems, and grounding for separately derived systems *Review the requirements for wiring in all types of cable and conduit *Look into code requirements for specialized applications like hospitals, motion picture studios and theaters, RV parks, and swimming pools
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Author Biography - Paul Rosenberg
Paul Rosenberg is a master electrician and a leading voice in the electrical industry. An instructor at Iowa State University, he has written training courses for NECA and articles for all major industry publications as well as Audel Electrician's Pocket Manual, 2nd Edition.