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Guide to the National Electrical Code by Thomas L. Harman

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Chapter 10Special Equipment

The Code rules for special equipment supplement or modify the general rules for installation of conductors or equipment. These rules are not discussed in great detail in this Guide because they are of interest primarily to specialists and only a general acquaintance with them is needed by other electrical designers and electricians. Three types of special equipment do merit some discussion, however, because they are more accessible to unqualified persons than other equipment of this type covered by the Code. The special equipment discussed includes electric signs, information technology equipment, and swimming pool installations.

10–1 Electric Signs

ARTICLE 100 DEFINITIONS*

*References in the margins are to the ...

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