January 2023

Electrical Construction & Maintenance: Volume 122, Issue 1
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Electrical Inspector

The Top 10 Most Commonly Cited Electrical Code Violations

Jan. 12, 2023
Electrical inspectors identify which mistakes electrical professionals tend to make the most when it comes to the National Electrical Code.
Fig. 1. When all conductors within a raceway are the same size and have the same insulation type, you can use Annex C (Table 1) to determine the number of conductors permitted for a specific raceway size.

Wiring Methods, Part 2 of 2

Jan. 12, 2023
Following the conductor and raceway installation rules makes for a safer installation process and a better final product.
Wiring Devices Showcase

New Product Showcase: Wiring Devices

Jan. 12, 2023
Check out the latest product innovations in receptacles, keypads, and switches.

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Working Safely With Circuit Breakers

Jan. 12, 2023
Understanding the risks is essential for electrical workers.
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How Estimators Can Avoid Costly Mistakes

Jan. 11, 2023
Nine ways estimators leave time on the table
receptacle outlet on pole without weatherproofing

What's Wrong Here? Hint: A Not-So-Weatherproof Cover

Jan. 4, 2023
Can you spot the Code violation in this photo?

The 10 Craziest Code Violations of 2022

Jan. 2, 2023
Presenting the most bizarre electrical installation mishaps of last year that violated the 2020 NEC.