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In addition, the 2002 National Electrical Code was revised to allow the use of NM cable in any building permitted to be of Types III, IV and V construction, up to five stories in height.
This lets users eliminate the conduit when the cable is installed in accordance with recent National Electrical Code amendments.
The valves are certified for use in hazardous locations and watertight applications as outlined in Class I, Division 2 of the National Electrical Code, according to ASCO.
Electricians must follow the National Electrical Code and comply with state and local building codes when they install these systems.
The guide condenses the salient points of NFPA 731, NFPA 72 (National Fire Alarm Code), and NFPA 70 (National Electrical Code) into a small-format publication that provides a basic reference for physical security systems, specifically electronic intrusion alarms, access control, and closed-circuit video.
* Panel box faces forward, eliminating the need for a 48-inch side clearance as required by National Electrical Code standards
Although the SS Series product line is CSA Class 1 Division 2 certified and complies with North America regulations defined by the national electrical code (NEC), higher levels of safety sometime require additional measures for zones where intermittent and continuous hazards exist.
(UL) to standard 67 and are suitable for use in accordance with article 702 of the National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70.
Fundamental considerations in addressing adverse power events include NFPA's National Electrical Code for healthcare facilities, IEEE's recommended practices for electric systems in healthcare facilities and for emergency and standby power systems for industrial and commercial applications, JCAHO's standards for management of the environment of care, HIPAA's Security and Electronics Signature Standards, and local fire codes.
Amphenol Industrial Operations has announced its Star-Line EX Series electrical connectors for use in hazardous environments as defined by the National Electrical Code (NEC) Article 505.
The latest bill updates New York City's electrical code to bring it in line with the 2002 edition of the National Fire Protection Association's National Electrical Code, also known as the NEC.
The group will discuss many issues, including the new California Energy Commission's torchiere standard, new Underwriters Laboratories standards for torchieres, 2005 National Electrical Code revisions, Energy Star lighting updates and ALA fixture design competition, according to Terry McGowan, committee chairman.

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