National Electrical Code

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April 29th

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This informative presentation will focus on the following NEC® articles:

  • Article 310 – Conductors for General Wiring
  • Article 110 – Requirements for Electrical Installations
  • Article 338 – Service-Entrance Cable: Types SE and USE
  • Article 334 – Nonmetallic-Sheathed Cable: Types NM, NMC and NMS
In the Lightning Round of the inaugural NEC Challenge Championship held on January 24, the remaining two contestants, Robert Watkins, Jr., and Derek Vigstol, competed in a lightning round quiz of National Electrical Code® questions in 60 seconds, with the intention of answering as many questions correctly as possible before time ran out. Robert went first and answered 5 out of 6 questions correctly before the timer buzzed. Derek answered 6 out of 7 questions (the buzzer sounded during the 8th question) correctly. In the end, Derek was declared the 2014 NEC Challenge Champion, with Robert taking 2nd place, and the third contestant, who competed in the earlier two rounds of the Championship, Joseph Brinley, took the 3rd place prize. Test your own NEC® I.Q. when you watch the full NEC Challenge Championship! Read Article


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Article 100
Power-Outlet: An enclosed assembly that may include receptacles, circuit breakers, fuseholders, fused switches, buses, and watt-hour meter mounting means; intended to supply and control power to mobile homes, recreational vehicles, park trailers, or boats or to serve as a means for distributing power required to operate mobile or temporarily installed equipment.
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