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#146339 - 11/27/06 09:58 AM Old IEE Regs.
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We sometimes have questions along the lines of when did a certain edition of IEE Regs. come into effect. The relatively recent 15th and 16th editions are fairly well known, but earlier issue dates are not so widely known.

I've posted a list in the Technical Reference area which shows all issue dates from 1882 through to the first metric edition in 1970.

U.K. - Old IEE Wiring Regs. Issue Dates

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#146340 - 11/29/06 04:27 AM Re: Old IEE Regs.
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Were the very early editions pretty basic ?

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#146341 - 11/30/06 04:56 AM Re: Old IEE Regs.
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I imagine they were quite short. It would certainly be interesting to get hold of a copy of one of the very early editions, but I've never come across one.

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