Syllabus NEC 2011 NFPA70 Code changes from 2008 to 2011

This class will inform the electrician or industrial maintenance technician to perform tasks of various kinds in keeping with the requirements the 2011 version of the code. Where applicable, changes from the 2005 version are also reviewed as some AHJs bypassed the 2008 revision.

Day 1 / 8 Hours (7 contact hours CEUs)


Section 1 Code Wide Changes

1.       Grounding and Bonding of Communication Circuits

2.       New Articles 694 and 840

3.       FPN is now IN

Section 2 Article 100

1.       Definitions: Ampacity

2.       Definitions: Grounding Conductor

3.       Definitions: Separately Derived System

4.       Definitions: Bonding Jumper, System

5.       110.24 Available Fault Current

6.       110.26[D] Illumination about Electrical Equipment

Section 3 Article 200

1.       200.4 Neutral Conductors

2.       200.7(C)(1) Reidentifying of White/Gray Conductor

3.       210.8 Ground-Fault Circuit-Interrupters

4.       210.12 Arc-Fault Circuit-Interrupter Protection

5.       210.52 Dwelling Unit Receptacle Outlets

6.       225.27 Raceway Seals

7.       230.24 Clearances

8.       250.30 Grounding Separately Derived AC Systems

9.       250.53(A) Rod, Pipe and Plate Electrodes

10.   250.64 GEC Installation

11.   250.121 Use of Equipment Grounding Conductor

Section 4 Article 300

1.       310 Conductors for General Wiring comparison of tables

2.       310.10(H) [NEC 2005 310.4] Conductors in parallel

Section 4 Article 300 (continued)

3.       314.27(C) Boxes at ceiling fan outlets

4.       314.28(E) Distribution blocks in pull boxes

5.       334.10(1) New NM Rules

6.       338.10(B) SE cable changes

7.       342.30 Raceway support

Section 5 Article 400

1.       400.5 Flex cord ampacities

2.       404.2(C) Add a grounded conductor in switch boxes

3.       406.4(D) Arc faults and tamper resistant requirements

4.       406.12 exceptions

5.       406.13 guest rooms

6.       408.4 Marking of panels

7.       409.110 Multiple sources

8.       410.130(G) disconnecting means

9.       424.44 GFCI requirements

10.   430.22 & 24 Motor conductors

11.   430.53 Several loads

12.   450.14 Disconnecting means

Section 6 Article 500

1.       500.2 Combustible dust

2.       550 Mobile homes are GFCI and AFCI

Section 7 Article 600

1.       600.33 LED lighting

2.       645.17 PDU 42 limit removed

3.       670.5 Industrial machinery and available fault current

 

Registration

Contact Russell Olson Phone 256-312-0969 (russell@fsiir.com)

or

Glenn Gould 256-546-1681 extension 112 (glenn@fsiir.com)

 

Location

the FSI Facility 104 College St. Glencoe AL

or at your facility!

Upcoming Classes

 

Schedule A - Weekdays (Tentative upon class making of at least 6 people)

TBD

 

Schedule B Saturday Only (Tentative upon class making of at least 6 people)

November 9, 2013

7:00AM to 4:00PM

 

 

Price

$ 75

 

Items to bring

Your calculators, computers or other devices

Your Code Book and your Ugly Book

Notebooks and writing utensils you prefer

Registration

Contact Glenn for registration details