Alaska 2 Hour 2020 NEC Chapters 1, 8 & 9
- 2 Hour Course
This class begins with a discussion of the code review process, a detailed explanation of how the NEC is organized, new Articles for 2020, and an overview of most significant individual code changes as well as several code-wide changes.
The class follows this with every significant change made to Chapters 8 [Communication Systems and 9 [Tables] in the 2020 National Electrical Code® (NEC-2020). Chapter 8 is a stand-alone chapter that covers some of the most interesting technologies for data and communications. A video provides a useful overview of the substantial overhaul of this Chapter. A review of seven changes drawn from Articles 800 & 805 follows, providing details on the repurposing of Article 800 for General Requirements and the reorganizations and revisions for the Sections moved or added to the new Article 805. The class finishes this look at Chapter 8 with two changes to the increasingly important Premises-Powered Broadband Communications Systems: 1) Circuits Leaving the Building and 2) Powering Communications Equipment over Communications Cables.
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- Course ID(s): AK 17992
- Approved By: AK Department of Commerce, Professional Licensing
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