Part #:SES NEC2020CODEBOOK
- Prepare for the electrical challenges of tomorrow, today.
Order your copy of the 2020 edition of NFPA 70®, National Electrical Code® (NEC®).
The world never stops changing, so it&rsquos crucial to keep learning how to keep it safer. The 2020 edition of the National Electrical Code (NEC), provides new and updated information on safe and effective electrical design, installation, and inspection in residential, commercial, and industrial settings.
Impactful changes include
Exterior Emergency Disconnects New requirements to improve electrical safety for emergency responders at one- and two-family dwelling installations.
Deenergizing Panel Boards Revised service disconnect rules to help increase electrical worker safety.
Marinas and Boatyards Updated ground-fault protection and leak age-current measurement device requirements.
Conducting Load Calculations Modernized tables for calculations to reflect improvements in energy efficiency.
Power Over Ethernet Revised requirements to meet the installation practices of new and evolving technologies
Part #:KLEIN CL150
Easy-to-use, stand-alone flexible clamp meter for measuring AC current
18-Inch flexible clamp enables measurements in areas that are difficult to access
True RMS CAT IV 600V, CAT III 1000V meter
Backlit LCD display for clear readings with 3000 count
Durable, with drop protection to 6.6-feet (2 m)
Auto-power off after 15 minutes of non-usage conserves battery life
Low battery indicator and easily accessible battery compartment
Includes Flexible AC Current Clamp Meter, owner's manual, storage pouch, 2 x AAA batteries
Part #:PAN VS-AVT-C02-L03
- The VeriSafeTM Absence of VoltageTester from Panduit simplifies this process by automating the voltage verification process. By automating this process, the VeriSafeTM Absence of Voltage Tester
&bull Reduces the risk of exposure of electrical hazards for improved worker safety,
&bull Reduces testing procedure time and complexity to improve productivity,
&bull Supports compliance when used to verify the electrical lockout/tagout process as described in NFPA 70E
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