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Guide to the National Electrical Code by Thomas L. Harman

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Chapter 7Installation of General Circuits and Equipment

ARTICLE 100 DEFINITIONS*

*References in the margins are to the specific applicable rules and tables in the National Electrical Code.

This chapter deals with the installation of conductors and equipment for general use in electrical systems. Such equipment is normally used to conduct or control electricity or to perform some mechanical function rather than utilize electrical energy for useful purposes. The items considered include cabinets, conduit bodies, cutout boxes, devices, fittings, raceways, and switches. Distribution equipment and utilization equipment are covered in later chapters of the Guide.

For convenience, the Code rules for general installation can be separated as shown in ...

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