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National Electrical Code – 2020

Course No.: NE101
CEUs 1.6

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2020 National Electrical Code 

Register 3 and the 4th is FREE!

Conference2This 2 Day class by Jim Phillips, P.E. covers the major articles found in the 2020 edition of the   National Electrical Code®.  You will not only learn what the various code articles  mean, but you will also learn how to correctly apply the code in the design and  installation of electric power systems.  Rather than just going through the  articles, you will also see how and why some of the articles were developed to gain a better understanding of their meaning. This class has many hands on examples and problems to solve that reinforce the concepts.  You will also learn   where some of the major exceptions and traps can be found.

Jim has developed this course based on his 40 years of extensive experience with industrial, commercial and utility power systems.

[About Jim Phillips]

What You Will Receive

  • Training manual containing almost 500 pages
  • Jim’s transformer calculation worksheets
  • A better understanding of new NEC changes
  • Tips on where common code mistakes are made
  • Many application examples and problems
  • 16 hours of Continuing Education Credit

Have This Class On-Site at Your Location

You can also have this class conducted on-site at your location.  Contact our Program Director at 800.874.8883 to see about having Jim teach this class to your staff at your company’s facilities.  Contact us for your custom on-site training proposal.

90  Introduction

Chapter 1 General

100  Definitions

110  Requirements for Electrical Installation

Chapter 2 Wiring and Protection

210  Branch Circuits

215  Feeders

220  Branch, Feeder and Service Load Calculations

230  Services

240  Overcurrent Protection

250  Grounding and Bonding

Chapter 3 Wiring Methods and Materials

300  General Requirements for Wiring Methods and Materials

310  Conductors for General Wiring

320  Armored Cable -Type AC

324  Flat Conductor Cable:  Type FCC

326  Integrated Gas Spacer Cable: Type IGS

328  Medium Voltage Cable : Type MV

330  Metal Clad Cable: Type MC

334  Nonmetallic Sheathed Cable: Type NM, NMC, and NMS

338   Service-Entrance Cable: Type SE & USE

340  Underground Feeder and Branch Circuit   Cable: Type UF

342  Intermediate Metal Conduit: Type IMC

344  Rigid Metal Conduit : Type RMC

348  Flexible Metal Conduit: Type FMC

352  Rigid Polyvinyl Chloride Conduit: Type RNC

358  Electrical Metallic Tubing: Type EMT

362  Electrical Nonmetallic Tubing:  Type ENT

368  Busways

380  Multioutlet Assembly

392  Cable Trays

Chapter 4 Equipment for General Use

408  Switchboards, Switchgear and Panelboards

409  Industrial Control Panels

430  Motors, Motor Circuits and Controllers

440  Air Conditioning and Refrigerating Equipment

445  Generators

450  Transformers and Transformer Vaults   (Including Secondary Ties)

460  Capacitors

480  Storage Batteries

490  Equipment Over 1000 Volts, Nominal

Chapter 5 Special Occupancies

500  Hazardous (Classified Locations) – Class   I, II, and III, Divisions 1 and 2

501   Class I Locations

502  Class II Locations

503  Class III Locations

504  Intrinsically Safe Systems

517   Health Care Facilities

Chapter 6 Special Equipment

690  Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Systems

691  Large-Scale Photovoltaic (PV) Electric Power Production Facility

694  Wind Electric Systems

695  Fire Pumps

Chapter 7 Special Conditions

700  Emergency Systems

701   Legally Required Standby Systems

702  Optional Standby Systems

706  Energy Storage Systems

710  Stand-Alone Systems

750  Energy Management Systems

Chapter 8 Communications Systems

Chapter 9 Tables



Brain LogoFor questions, registration information or to discuss holding this class at your location as an on-site training program, contact our Program Director at 800.874.8883

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