Articles Tagged: NEC

NFPA 70E and NEC: Aging Equipment in the Era of Arc Flash

The need to operate electrical equipment safely, without impacting facility operation, has been a priority for electrical engineers and maintenance personnel for many decades. Initially, much of the focus was… Read more »

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Frequently Asked Questions about Selective Coordination

This is the last in a series of posts discussing the National Electrical Code® (NEC®) requirements for selective coordination. In this post I will address some frequently asked questions and… Read more »

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Selective Coordination Design Guidelines with Molded-Case Circuit Breakers

This is the fifth in a continuing series of posts focused on a range of design and specification issues related to the National Electrical Code® (NEC®) requirements for selective coordination…. Read more »

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Implementing Selective Coordination for Health Care Facilities

My previous post, “Selective Coordination and the NEC: Defining Terms and Understanding Updates,” gave a general overview of selective coordination requirement changes in the 2014 edition of the National Electrical… Read more »

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Selective Coordination and the NEC: Defining Terms and Understanding Updates

With the National Electrical Code® (NEC®) putting greater emphasis on both power continuity and selective coordination, today’s engineers need to know how to meet both these requirements in their electrical… Read more »

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Meeting NEC’s 2014 Requirements for Surge Protective Devices

There is no question transient electrical surges have a major impact on corporate bottom lines; but even more important is the risk they can pose to safety, with their potential… Read more »

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Changes you MIGHT see in the next Electrical Code for batteries and other energy storage systems

In the current National Electrical Code (NFPA 70-2014), if you want to find information about energy storage devices such as batteries, capacitors, fuel cells, etc., you probably need a search… Read more »

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Thinking Beyond the Code with Backup Power

Any power outage is inconvenient and some can result in revenue losses, in terms of lost sales or merchandise damage, facility owners often choose to take precautions to help minimize… Read more »

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Changes you MIGHT see in the next Electrical Code for batteries and other energy storage systems

In the current National Electrical Code (NFPA 70-2014), if you want to find information about energy storage devices such as batteries, capacitors, fuel cells, etc., you probably need a search… Read more »

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Thinking Beyond the Code with Backup Power

Any power outage is inconvenient and some can result in revenue losses, in terms of lost sales or merchandise damage, facility owners often choose to take precautions to help minimize… Read more »

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Frequently Asked Questions about Selective Coordination

This is the last in a series of posts discussing the National Electrical Code® (NEC®) requirements for selective coordination. In this post I will address some frequently asked questions and… Read more »

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Implementing Selective Coordination for Health Care Facilities

My previous post, “Selective Coordination and the NEC: Defining Terms and Understanding Updates,” gave a general overview of selective coordination requirement changes in the 2014 edition of the National Electrical… Read more »

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NFPA 70E and NEC: Aging Equipment in the Era of Arc Flash

The need to operate electrical equipment safely, without impacting facility operation, has been a priority for electrical engineers and maintenance personnel for many decades. Initially, much of the focus was… Read more »

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Meeting NEC’s 2014 Requirements for Surge Protective Devices

There is no question transient electrical surges have a major impact on corporate bottom lines; but even more important is the risk they can pose to safety, with their potential… Read more »

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Selective Coordination and the NEC: Defining Terms and Understanding Updates

With the National Electrical Code® (NEC®) putting greater emphasis on both power continuity and selective coordination, today’s engineers need to know how to meet both these requirements in their electrical… Read more »

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Selective Coordination Design Guidelines with Molded-Case Circuit Breakers

This is the fifth in a continuing series of posts focused on a range of design and specification issues related to the National Electrical Code® (NEC®) requirements for selective coordination…. Read more »

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Changes you MIGHT see in the next Electrical Code for batteries and other energy storage systems

In the current National Electrical Code (NFPA 70-2014), if you want to find information about energy storage devices such as batteries, capacitors, fuel cells, etc., you probably need a search… Read more »

1 Comment

Frequently Asked Questions about Selective Coordination

This is the last in a series of posts discussing the National Electrical Code® (NEC®) requirements for selective coordination. In this post I will address some frequently asked questions and… Read more »

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NFPA 70E and NEC: Aging Equipment in the Era of Arc Flash

The need to operate electrical equipment safely, without impacting facility operation, has been a priority for electrical engineers and maintenance personnel for many decades. Initially, much of the focus was… Read more »

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Thinking Beyond the Code with Backup Power

Any power outage is inconvenient and some can result in revenue losses, in terms of lost sales or merchandise damage, facility owners often choose to take precautions to help minimize… Read more »

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Meeting NEC’s 2014 Requirements for Surge Protective Devices

There is no question transient electrical surges have a major impact on corporate bottom lines; but even more important is the risk they can pose to safety, with their potential… Read more »

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Selective Coordination and the NEC: Defining Terms and Understanding Updates

With the National Electrical Code® (NEC®) putting greater emphasis on both power continuity and selective coordination, today’s engineers need to know how to meet both these requirements in their electrical… Read more »

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Implementing Selective Coordination for Health Care Facilities

My previous post, “Selective Coordination and the NEC: Defining Terms and Understanding Updates,” gave a general overview of selective coordination requirement changes in the 2014 edition of the National Electrical… Read more »

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Selective Coordination Design Guidelines with Molded-Case Circuit Breakers

This is the fifth in a continuing series of posts focused on a range of design and specification issues related to the National Electrical Code® (NEC®) requirements for selective coordination…. Read more »

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