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Article 90 also includes information on formal interpretations. Informational Notes explanatory material 9. Chapters 1 through 9 major categories 4.
It contains the purpose of the NEC. Classes I. Parts divisions of an article 6. Communications Systems Chapter 8. There are nine chapters. The NEC contains approximately articles. For example: It also gives information on enforcement and how mandatory and permissive rules are written as well as how explanatory material is included.
Table of Contents. Table of Contents 2. Articles 90 through individual subjects 5. Motor Circuits. Table Annexes information Specific Requirements Chapters 5 through 7.
Exceptions Code permissions 8. Understanding the structure and writing style of the Code is very important before it can be used and applied effectively.
Index 1. The National Electrical Code is organized into ten major components. Class 2. Larger articles are subdivided into parts. The articles fall into one of four groupings: General Requirements Chapters 1 through 4. The Table of Contents displays the layout of the chapters. Divisions 1 and 2 Article Swimming Pools.
Nominal installations. Article 90 Introduction to the Code 3. When attempting to locate the rules for a particular situation. The NEC begins with Article Sections and Tables Code requirements 7. Note 1 for Table There are two types of exceptions—mandatory and permissive. Exceptions are Code requirements or permissions that provide an alternative method to a specific requirement.
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Informational Notes. An Informational Note contains explanatory material intended to clarify a rule or give assistance. Types of Construction Annex F.
The titles of the tables are extremely important. The Index at the back of the NEC is helpful in locating a specific rule. Article Numbers in parentheses 1. When a rule has several exceptions.
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