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#136093 - 03/09/03 08:34 PM Mexico
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Registered: 10/22/01
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Loc: Calgary, Alberta Canada
Anyone know if Mexico has any sort of regulations on power? And if so whats it called? Trying to find a reference to protection of Data cabling when running close to power. Can anyone help?

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#136094 - 03/11/03 12:36 AM Re: Mexico
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By regulations on power do you mean electrical code/wiring regulations? I did a google search and it appears that Mexico has adopted a spanish language version of the US NEC.

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#136095 - 03/11/03 11:53 AM Re: Mexico
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I've seen wiring devices manufactured in Mexico (Leviton) stamped with the NOM/ANCE seal (Normas Oficiales Mexicanas, or Official Mexican Standards).

ANCE stands for Asociación Nacional de Normalización y Certificación del Sector Eléctrico (National Association for Electrical Sector Normalisation and Certification).

Ditto electrical appliances made for sale in Canada/USA/Mexico, they're stamped with C-UL-US, CSA (sometimes) and NOM/ANCE.

I belive ANCE may also be in charge of wiring standards.

See here: http://europe2.dynamicweb.dk/Default.asp?ID=85

and here: http://www.ance.org.mx/

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