Electrical Wiring Commercial | 17th Edition NEC 2020
By: Phil Simmons/Ray C. Mullin
Electrical Wiring Commercial, 17th Edition 2020, includes full color drawings and photos that explain tough concepts of the 2020 National Electrical Code in order to increase your understanding of the wiring process. This guide also emphasizes in being mindful and resourceful with electrical design and installation.
With up-to-date illustrations, real-world examples, and cutting-edge coverage, ELECTRICAL WIRING COMMERCIAL, 17th Edition, has been a highly popular, widely trusted resource for generations of students and professionals.
Full-color drawings, diagrams, illustrations, and product photographs bring chapter concepts to life, add clarity to explanations, and improve understanding.
Green technologies in electrical design and installation are spotlighted throughout the text, drawing attention to these increasingly important aspects of modern electrical wiring.
A wealth of practical, real-world examples reinforce key calculations and concepts throughout the text, making it easier for readers to see the practical applications of chapter material.
Both metric and English measurements are used to appeal to readers of all backgrounds and make text content more universal.
A convenient Crisscross Code Index allows readers to quickly and easily reference specific content and code requirements.
Inside this resource you’ll find information on:
- Commercial building plans and specifications
- Electrical working drawings
- Electrical load calculations
- Branch circuits
- Switches and receptacles
- Wiring methods
- Motor and appliance circuits
- Special systems
- Special circuits
- Panel board selection and installation
- Lamps and ballasts for lighting
- Emergency, legally required standby, and optional standby power systems
- Overcurrent protection: fuses and circuit breakers
- Short-circuit calculations and coordination of overcurrent protective devices
- Low-voltage remote control
- Cooling systems
- Commercial utility-interactive photovoltaic systems