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Q. What does the Code require when installing Type NM cable for exposed work?\n See the answer below.\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \nThis answer is based on the 2017 NEC.\nA. Exposed Type NM cable must closely follow the surface of the building [Sec. 334.15(A)]. Nonmet\n \n
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) recently published NEMA LSD 79-2018 Predicted Energy Savings from Lighting Systems, a new white paper that includes a framework used to gauge the effectiveness of different lighting control met\n \n
New chairman has 44 years of experience in the electrical apparatus industry\n \n
Examining LED driver response to imbalances\n \n
How well do you know the Code? Think you can spot violations the original installer either ignored or couldn’t identify? Here’s your chance to moonlight as an electrical inspector and second-guess someone else’s work from the safety of your living ro\n \n
After a chaotic legislative session, Congress delivered a massive overhaul to the tax code. But what does it mean for electrical contractors?\n \n
Assess the most likely failure modes, and collect the data that will be useful in preventing those modes of failure.\n \n
Hunting down an energy vampire\n \n
Use your CMMS to plan a reactive repair\n \n
Professional-grade tools can make work safer and more accurate\n \n