2020 NEC® Changes: General Requirements

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Format: Online Self-Paced
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The National Electrical Code® Style Manual has been in existence since 1969 and has been updated nine times since its inception. There was quite a bit of activity in the 2020 NEC® concerning definitions. In this interactive online course, we will cover new definitions added, and existing definitions that have been revised or relocated in the 2020 NEC®. We will also review new and revised requirements for equipment installation, labeling, marking and working space.

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  • Explain the NEC Style Manual including the rules for definition placement
  • Discuss new Part III of Article 100 Definitions
  • Describe the new definitions related to dormitory units, island mode, laundry area and reconditioned
  • Describe the revisions to existing definitions of accessible, available fault current, equipment grounding conductor, equipotential plane and labeled
  • Identify the revision at Section 110.5 Conductors related to copper clad aluminum, Section 110.14(D) Terminal Connection Torque, Section 110.22(A) Identification of Disconnecting Means, and Section 110.24(A) Field Marking Available Fault Current
  • Recognize the revisions to under 1000 volt working space requirements in Sections 110.26(A)(3), 110.26(C)(2) and 110.26(D) and to over 1000 volt working space requirements in Sections 110.31(A)(4) and 110.32; and
  • Explain new Section 110.12 Cables and Conductors and Section 110.21(A)(2) Reconditioned Equipment
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