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Softcover ISBN: 978-1-77195-099-2 Format: Softcover
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ILLUSTRATED CODE SERIES

Over 1300 detailed diagrams explaining 2015 CEC and OESC Rules!

Electrical Second Edition Illustrated Code Series

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Based on the 2015 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I and the Ontario Electrical Safety Code 26th Edition / 2015.

Understand the Code Rules in plain English with the aid of over 1300 detailed diagrams, charts and tables!

How to Use the Guide
The guide provides explanations to help you understand Code regulations through illustrations that contain the following:

1) Diagram: a visual representation of the Electrical Code Rule as a section or plan.
2) Diagram labels: identify and explain the components of the diagram.
3) Commentary: additional explanatory text where necessary in the illustration.
4) Electrical Code Reference: each illustration can be referenced to the Electrical Code Rule(s) in the title box.

The Ontario Electrical Code and the Requirements of the Supply Authority are legal documents setting out the regulations for electrical design and installation. The guide is organized by Section as per the structure of the Electrical Code. Only the most commonly used or commonly misunderstood Rules have been addressed. Every effort has been made to ensure that all aspects of Rules are included in the illustrations.

Table of Contents
Introduction
Section 0 – Object, scope, and definitions (83 diagrams)
Section 2 – General Rules (114 diagrams)
Section 4 – Conductors (95 diagrams)
Section 6 – Services and service equipment (149 diagrams)
Section 8 – Circuit loading and demand factors (49 diagrams)
Section 10 – Grounding and bonding (103 diagrams)
Section 12 – Wiring methods (321 diagrams)
Section 14 – Protection and control (56 diagrams)
Section 26 – Installation of electrical equipment (95 diagrams)
Section 28 – Motors and generators (84 diagrams)
Section 30 – Installation of lighting equipment (69 diagrams)
Section 32 – Fire alarm systems, fire pumps, and carbon monoxide alarms (19 diagrams)
Section 46 – Emergency power supply, unit equipment, exit signs, and life safety systems (17 diagrams)
Section 62 – Fixed electric space and surface heating systems (39 diagrams)
Section 76 – Installation of lines and wiring of buildings (16 diagrams)
Features
  • Based on the 2015 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I
  • 8.5" x 11", 1368 pages
  • Over 1300 detailed diagrams explaining 2015 CEC and OESC Rules
About the Author
Marvin Rosenberg is the author of the Study Buddy Electrician Manuals, which have been used by thousands of electrical apprentices and Internationally Trained Electricians. He has been an electrician for more than 30 years with hands-on, multi-faceted experience in the electrical trade. He is a Master Electrician and a former Master Electrician Examiner who started teaching apprentices part-time in the 1980's. Marvin is the electrical course developer and advisor in the Centre for Continuous Learning (CCL) at George Brown College and continues to enjoy teaching Pre-Exam Courses for 309A Construction and Maintenance Electrician, 309C Domestic and Rural Electrician, and Master Electrician.

Based on the 2015 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I and the Ontario Electrical Safety Code 26th Edition / 2015.

Understand the Code Rules in plain English with the aid of over 1300 detailed diagrams, charts and tables!

How to Use the Guide
The guide provides explanations to help you understand Code regulations through illustrations that contain the following:

1) Diagram: a visual representation of the Electrical Code Rule as a section or plan.
2) Diagram labels: identify and explain the components of the diagram.
3) Commentary: additional explanatory text where necessary in the illustration.
4) Electrical Code Reference: each illustration can be referenced to the Electrical Code Rule(s) in the title box.

The Ontario Electrical Code and the Requirements of the Supply Authority are legal documents setting out the regulations for electrical design and installation. The guide is organized by Section as per the structure of the Electrical Code. Only the most commonly used or commonly misunderstood Rules have been addressed. Every effort has been made to ensure that all aspects of Rules are included in the illustrations.