Just Released: 2017 NEC Changes Video Courses!

RedVector is happy to announce three new NEC 2017 Changes video courses comprising three hours of mobile-ready content!

These video courses are authored and presented by Mr. Vince Della Croce, who became licensed as a master electrician in the State of Florida in 1993 and operated a successful electrical contracting business. Vince is also licensed by the State of Florida as a residential and commercial building & electrical inspector and plans examiner. He is certified by the ICC as a residential and commercial electrical inspector and plans examiner. Vince holds an Associate’s degree in Electronic Engineering and Electrical Maintenance Technology from Penn Foster College.

2017 NEC Changes: A New Process and Five New Articles

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) used a new process for considering changes to the 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC). The NEC revision process will be briefly discussed. Additionally, the 2017 NEC will have five new articles covering Fixed Resistance and Electrode Industrial Process Heating Equipment, Large-Scale Photovoltaic (PV) Electric Supply Stations, Energy Storage Systems, Stand-Alone Systems, and Direct Current Microgrids.

2017 NEC Changes: General Requirements

Chapter 1 of the 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC) contains definitions and general requirements for electrical installations. Several definitions were added, revised or relocated in the 2017 NEC. New and revised requirements for equipment installation, labeling, certification and working space will also be discussed.

2017 NEC Changes:  Special Equipment

Do you keep up with changes to code? In this interactive online course we cover Chapter 6 of the 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC) and the changes it contains for special equipment requirements. Several changes were made in the articles for special equipment, including signs, electric vehicle charging systems and swimming pools. Notable changes include new requirements for signs with retrofitted illumination systems and changes to wiring methods for swimming pools and similar installations.

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