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Some non-technical lessons to learn on how to work effectively in the electrical field.\n \n
Investigation reveals what caused one member of a cleaning contractor’s crew to receive a fatal electric shock\n \n
The requirements in this Article apply to all installations.\n \n
Take this weekly quiz to test your knowledge of the 2014 National Electrical Code (NEC) requirements. The Code Quiz features three questions that are presented in a True/False, Fill-in-the-Blank, or Multiple Choice format. The answer to each question\n \n
If you're an electrician in search of the highest salary in the country, California is apparently still the best place to be. According to the latest figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics in its new \"Occupational Employment and Wages May 2016 S\n \n
Our September 2017 New Products gallery features products from CSUE Technologies, Vortec, Cole-Parmer, 3M, and more.\n \n
Electrical Technical Committee to be formed to discuss recommended changes to 2017 NEC\n \n
When is GFCI protection for the 125V, 15A and 20A receptacle outlets mounted on a generator not required for unbonded (floating neutral) portable generators, 15kW or smaller?\nA) When the 125V receptacle(s) are interlocked such that they are not avail\n \n
Underlined text indicates a change in the rules for the 2017 NEC.\nQ.  What is the Code requirement for supporting conductors in vertical raceways?\n \nScroll Down to See the Answer \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \nA. If the vertical rise of a raceway exceeds the values\n \n
Think you know how this installation violates the NEC?\n \n