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Compiled by Building Inspectors and Master Electricians this is a field guide to common code issues in residential electrical installations. The book is based on the 2008 National Electrical Code – the most widely used electrical code in the United States – and the 2006 International Residential Code. Each code line references both the National Electrical Code and the International Residential Code. Many cities adopt these codes for use in their jurisdiction. Because the 2006 IRC is derived from the 2005 NEC, you could essentially use the IRC column if your local area is still using the 2005 NEC. Significant changes in these last two code book editions are highlighted and summarized on the inside back cover for quick reference.
Here’s a convenient, quick-reference book to current electrical code, designed for on-site use. You’ll find anything you need to wire a house right the first time – all collected in a user-friendly flip chart with durable spiral binding and laminated pages. Includes introduction, abbreviations, glossary of terms, load calculations, multi-wire service, old wiring and much more. 32 pages
Code Check Electrical 5th Edition Electrical Code Book Table of Contents