2020 NEC® Changes: Branch Circuit GFCI Protection

Item #: 1951ONL546
Price: $50.00
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Format: Online Self-Paced
Duration: 1.00
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Believe it or not, GFCI protection first appeared in the 1962 edition of the NEC®, where it applied to underwater lighting for swimming pools. Many changes have been made to the Code since then. This interactive online course will help walk you through some of the most recent changes concerning this live safety device, as well as review other changes associated with branch circuits. We will address changes to Chapter 2 Wiring and Protection, noting updates to Articles 100, 200, and 210.

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  • Define terms located in Article 100
  • Recall the changes to Article 200 Use and Identification of Grounded Conductors
  • Describe the revisions to Sections 200.9 Means of Identification of Terminals and 200.10(B) Identification of Terminals for Receptacles, Plugs and Connectors concerning silver identification
  • Recall the changes to Article 210 Branch Circuits
  • Recall the revisions to Section 210.8(A) Dwelling Unit Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter Protection for Personnel and Section 210.8(B) Other Than Dwelling Unit GFCI Protection for Personnel
  • Describe new Section 210.8(F) Outdoor Outlets and Section 210.8(E) Equipment Requiring Servicing and its correlation with Section 210.63
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