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18-Hour Electrical Inspector NEC Changes (Including MI Part 8)

Price: $179.00

 

 

2014 18HR NEC
Stallcup’s Top 100 Changes
Including MI Part 8


 

Course Description

Presented by James W. Stallcup, a nationally recognized instructor and speaker on NEC and OSHA regulations, this course has been developed to highlight the most important changes to the 2014 National Electrical Code. This 15-hour interactive video course is an in-depth discussion of the Top 100 changes found in the 2014 NEC. Included in this course is the Michigan Part 8: Electrical Code, which outlines the Michigan specific changes to the 2014 NEC.

After completing this course participants will be able to:

  • Be able to recognize the definitions and clearance rules mandatory to ensure the safety of the general public and personnel working on or near wiring equipment.
  • Understand how to apply the rules of Chapter 2 and the 200 series to other sections of the code when designing electrical systems.
  • Identify revisions in the 2014 code, and understand the purpose and rationale behind those changes.

 

COURSE SYLLABUS

MI PART 8 : ELECTRICAL CODE

Lesson One

1. R408.30801 NEC Adoption by reference
2. R408.30806-11  Application, Scope and Authority
3. R408.30813-17 Code Arrangement, Enforcement and Disconnection
4. R408.30818-20 Permits, Plans and Specifications
5. R408.30821-26 Occupancy, Inspections, Violations
6. R408.30828 Definitions
7. R408.30867-71 Grounding, Overcurrent Protection, Bonding

Chapter Assessment – 5 Questions


 

ARTICLE 90 AND CHAPTER 1
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE

Lesson One

1. Article 90.8 Wiring Planning
a. NFPA 70B and 70E
2. Article 100 Control Circuit

Lesson Two

1. Article 100 Coordination
2. Article 100 Device
3. Article 100 Premises

Lesson Three

1. Article 100 Retro fit
2. Article 100 Switchgear
3. 110.16
4. 110.16 IN
a. NFPA 70E
b. NFPA70B

Lesson Four

1. 110.21 (A)(B)
2. 110.24 (A)(B) IN
a. NFPA 70E
b. NFPA70B
3. 110.25
4. 110.26
5. 110.33

Assessment – 15 questions 


 

CHAPTER 2 Part 1
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE

Lesson One

1. 210.4(D)Ex. Grouping
2. 210.5(C)(2) Branch Circuits Supplied from Direct Current Systems
3. 210.5(C)(2)(a)(1)-(a)(3) Positive Polarity, Sizes 6 AWG or Smaller

Lesson Two

1. 210.5(C)(2)(b)(1)-(b)(3) Negative Polarity, Sizes 6 AWG or Smaller
2. 210.8(A)(9)Bathtubs and Shower Stalls
3. 210.8(A)(10)Laundry Areas
4. 210.8(D) Kitchen Dishwasher Branch Circuit
5. 210.12(A)(1) and (A)(2) Dwelling Units

Lesson Three

1. 210.12(A)(3)a thru (A)(3)c Dwelling Units
2. 210.12(A)(4)a thru (A)(4)d Dwelling Units
3. 210.13 Ground-Fault Protection of Equipment

Lesson Four

1. 210.17 Electric Vehicle Branch Circuit
2. 210.19(A)(1)a thru (A)(1)b General

Lesson Five

1. 210.64 and Ex. Electrical Service Areas
2. 215.2(A)(1)a and (A)(1)b General

Lesson Six

1. 220.12 Ex. (1) thru (3) Lighting Load for Specified Occupancies
2. 240.21(C)(2) (1)Ex.
3. 240.87 (A)(B) Arc Energy Reduction

Chapter Assessment – 10 Questions


 

CHAPTER 2 Part 2
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE

Lesson One

1. 240.87 IN2 Arc Energy Reduction
2. 250.10 Protection of Ground Clamps and Fittings
3. 250.21(C) Marking

Lesson Two

1. 250.64(B) Securing and Protection from Physical Damage
2. 250.66(A) Connections to Rod, Pipe, or Plate Electrodes
3. 250.66(B) Connection to Concrete-Encased Electrodes
4. 250.68(C)(3) Grounding Electrode Connections

Lesson Three

1. 250.102(C)(3) Size for Supply Conductors in a Single Raceway or Cable
2. 250.121 Ex. Use of Equipment Grounding Conductors
3. 250.122(B) Increased in Size

Lesson Four

1. 250.167(A) thru(C) Direct-Current Ground-Fault Detection
2. 250.186(A) Systems with a Grounded Conductor Brought to Service Equipment
3. 250.186(A)(1) Sizing for Single Raceway or Overhead Conductor

Lesson Five

1. 250.186(A)(2) Parallel Conductors in Two or More Raceways or Overhead Conductors
2. 250.186(A)(3) Delta Connected Service
3. 250.186(B) Ex.
4. 250.186(B)(1) Systems Without a Grounded Conductor at the Service Point

Lesson Six

1. 250.186(B)(2) Parallel Conductors in Two or More Raceways or Overhead Conductors
2. 250.194(A)(1)thru(A)(6) Metal Fences
3. 250.194(B) Metal Structures

Chapter Assessment – 10 questions


 

CHAPTER 3
Wiring Methods
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE

Lesson One

1. 300.6(A) IN Ferrous Metal Equipment
2. 310.15(B)(7)(1) thru (B)(7)(4) 120/240 Volt, Single-Phase Dwelling Services and Feeders

Lesson Two

1. Table 310.15(B)(3)(a) Adjustment Factor for More than Three Current-Carrying Conductors
2. Table 310.15(B)(3)(c) Raceways and Cables Exposed to Sunlight on Rooftops

Lesson Three

1. 312.8(3) Switch and Overcurrent Device Enclosures with Splices, Taps, and Feed-Through Conductors
2. 314.25 Covers and Canopies
3. 330.30(D)(3)Unsupported Cables
4. 348.30(A) Ex. Securely Fastened
5. 350.30(A) Ex. Securely Fastened
6. 376.22(B) Adjustment Factors

Lesson Four

1. 392.18 (H) Ex. Marking
2. 392.18 (H) Marking
3. Article 393 Low Voltage Suspended Ceiling Power Distribution Systems

Chapter Assessment – 10 Questions


 

CHAPTER 4
Equipment for General Use
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE

Lesson One

1. 400.4 Types
2. 404.2(C)(1) thru (C)(7) Switching Controlling Lighting Loads
3. 404.6(C) Ex. Connection of Switches
4. 406.3(E) Ex. Controlled Receptacle Marking
5. 406.4 (D) Replacements
6. 406.15 Dimmer-Controlled Receptacles

Lesson Two

1. 410.6 Listing Required
2. 422.23 Tire Inflation and Automotive Vacuum Machines
3. 424.66(A) General
4. 424.66(B)(1) thru (B)(4) Limited Access

Lesson Three

1. 430.52(C)(5) Power Electronic Devices
2. 445.11 Marking
3. 445.20 Ground-Fault Circuit-Interrupter Protection for Receptacles on 15-kW or Smaller Portable Generators
4. 450.11(B) Source Marking
Chapter Assessment – 10 Questions


 

CHAPTER 6
Special Equipment
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE

Lesson One

1. 600.6(A)(1) Ex. Point of Entry to a Sign Enclosure
2. 600.32(A)(1) Wiring Methods
3. 605.2 Office Furnishing
4. 620.22(B) Air-Conditioning and Heating Source
5. 625.41 Rating
6. 625.52(B)(4) Supply Circuits
7. 645.4(2)a and b Special Requirements for IT Equipment Rooms

Lesson Two

1. 645.14 System Grounding
2. 680.21(C) GFCI Protection
3. 680.25(A)(1)Ex. Feeders
4. 690.12(1) thru (5) Rapid Shutdown of PV Systems on Buildings
5. Article 646 Part I General

Lesson Three

1. Article 646 Part II Equipment
2. Article 646 Part III Lighting
3. Article 646 Part IV Workspace

Chapter Assessment – 10 questions


 

CHAPTER 7
Special Conditions
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE

Lesson One

1. 700.7(B) Grounding
2. 700.8 Surge Protection
3. 700.12(B)(6) Outdoor Generator Sets
4. 700.16 Emergency Illumination
5. 700.19 Multiwire Branch Circuits
6. 700.24 Directly Controlled Luminaires
7. 700.27 Ground Fault Protection of Equipment

Lesson Two

1. 702.7(C) Power Inlet
2. 702.12(B) Portable Generators 15kW or less
3. 705.31Location of Overcurrent Protection
4. 725.3 (K) and (L) Installation of Conductors with Other Systems and Corrosive, Damp or Wet Locations
5. 760.3(D) Corrosive, Damp or Wet Locations
6. 760.53(B)(3) Riser

Lesson Three

1. 770.24 Mechanical Execution of Work
2. Article 728 Fire-Resistive Cable Systems
3. Article 750 Energy Management Systems

Chapter Assessment – 10 Questions


 

CHAPTER 8-9
Communication Systems and Annex J ADA Requirements
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE

Lesson One

1. 800.113(C)(7) Other Spaces Used for Environmental Air (Plenums)
2. 820.100(B)(3)(2) In Buildings or Structures without an Intersystem Bonding Termination or Grounding Means
3. 100-1. Annex J Protruding Objects, Protrusion Limits, Post Mounted Objects
4. 100-2. Annex J Vertical Clearance, Required Clear Width, Forward Reach
5. 100-3. Annex J Forward Reach, Side Reach
6. 100-4. Annex J Side Reach
Chapter Assessment – 5 Questions


NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE

Receptacle Outlets

Lesson One

1. NEC 406.4(A) Grounding Receptacles
2. NEC 210.21(B) Receptacles

Lesson Two

1. NEC 406.4(D)(2), (D)(3), and Ex. Non-Grounding Receptacles
2. NEC 250.130(C)(1) thru (C)(6) Replacement of Receptacles
3. NEC Article 100 Dwelling Unit

Lesson Three

1. NEC 210.52 Receptacle Outlets
2. NEC 210.52 IN Wall Receptacle Outlets
3. NEC 210.52(A)(1)-(2) Wall Receptacle Outlets
4. NEC 210.52(A)(2)-(3) Wall Receptacle Outlets
5. NEC 210.52(A)(2)(2) Wall Receptacle Outlets

Lesson Four

1. NEC 210.52(B) Receptacle Outlets for Small Appliance Circuits
2. NEC 210.52(B)(1) EX. 1-2 Receptacle Outlets for Small Appliance Circuits
3. NEC 210.52(C)(1) Wall Countertop Spaces

Lesson Five

1. NEC 210.52(C)(2)-(3) Island and Peninsular Countertop Spaces
2. NEC 210.52(D) Receptacle Outlets in Bathrooms
3. NEC 210.52(E) Receptacle Outlets Outdoors

Lesson Six

1. NEC 210.52(F) Laundry Circuit
2. NEC 210.52(G) Receptacles in Basements
3. NEC 210.52(G) ex. 1-2 Receptacles in Garages
4. NEC 210.52(H) Receptacles in Hallways
5. NEC 210.52 (I) Foyers

Lesson Seven

1. NEC 210.8(A)(1)-(10) GFCI Protection of Receptacles
2. NEC 210.8(A)(1) Protection in Bathrooms
3. NEC 210.8(A)(2) Protection in Garages
4. NEC 210.8(A)(2) Protection in Accessory Buildings
5. NEC 210.8(A)(3) Protection Outdoors

Lesson Eight

1. NEC 210.8(A)(4)-(5) Protection in Basements and Crawl Spaces
2. NEC 210.8(A)(6) Protection over Countertops
3. NEC 210.8(A)(7) Protection over Countertops with Sinks
4. NEC 210.8(A)(9) Bathrooms and Shower Stalls
5. NEC 210.8(A)(10) Laundry Areas
6. NEC 590.6(A)-(B) Receptacle Outlets
7. NEC 590.6(A)(1) Receptacle Outlets not part of Permanent Wiring
8. NEC 590.6(A)(2) Receptacle Outlets Existing or Installed and Permanent Wiring

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