Illustrated Guide to the National Electrical Code: Edition 7

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This uniquely effective guide helps readers master the 2017 National Electrical Code, using highly detailed, technically accurate illustrations to make even the most complex aspects of the code easier to understand and apply. An experienced author, educator, and master electrician, Charles Miller translates the often vague, complicated language of the 2017 NEC into clear, simple instructions accompanied by helpful visuals. Topics are organized logically and presented in a convenient, modular format for easy reference, beginning with fundamental concepts and progressing to requirements for various dwellings, from one-family homes to multi-family housing, commercial locations, and special occupancies. The Seventh Edition of this trusted resource provides thorough coverage of changes to the 2017 NEC, as well as numerous new and updated illustrations. Comprehensive coverage, an innovative learning approach perfect for today's visual learners, and accurate, up-to-date information make this valuable resource indispensable for beginning and experienced electricians, engineers, and other electrical professionals.
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Cengage Learning
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Published on
May 24, 2017
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Pages
496
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ISBN
9781337515849
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Language
English
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Genres
Education / Teaching Methods & Materials / Arts & Humanities
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Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
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ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE 5E provides your students with a unique approach to learning the Code using highly-detailed, technically-accurate illustrations and visuals to break down and simplify the expanding volume and complexity of the 2011 National Electrical Code. By translating the sometimes vague, complicated wording of the Code into straightforward illustrations and clear explanations, this book provides a resource that will facilitate your students' comprehension and application of Code requirements whether they are beginning or master electricians. Material is organized logically, covering fundamental provisions first, then grouping code requirements by the type of occupancy, beginning with one-family dwellings and progressing on to multi-family housing, commercial locations, and special occupancies. This organization also reflects how information is needed when working in the electrical industry, better preparing your students for the real world. The fifth edition of ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE discusses new Code changes and shows some of these Code changes through new illustrations, while incorporating other Code changes into existing illustrations. Its comprehensive coverage, innovative learning approach, and industry-based organization make this an indispensable supplement to the NEC whether your students need information on a specific area or need to learn the complete Code.
Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
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