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#201145 - 05/15/11 11:50 PM what do they stand for?
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The list of the code making panel members includes the name, state, the industry they represent and a letter code
[U], [M], [IM], [UT], [RT]

What do these mean?
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#201146 - 05/16/11 12:10 AM Re: what do they stand for? [Re: Niko]
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Look on the last page of the code, right in front of the proposal stuff M is manufacturer, U is user etc
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#201147 - 05/16/11 12:16 AM Re: what do they stand for? [Re: Niko]
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M Manufacturers: makers of products affected by the NEC®
U Users: users of the NEC®
I/M Installers/Maintainers: installers/maintainers of systems covered by
the NEC®
L Labor: concerned with safety in the workplace
R/T Research/Testing Labs: independent organizations developing/
enforcing standards
E Enforcing Authority: inspectors, enforcers of the NEC®
I Insurance: insurance companies, bureaus, or agencies
C Consumers: purchasers of products/systems not included in “U,”
users
SE Special Experts: provide special expertise, not applicable to other
classifications
UT Utilities: installers/maintainers of systems not covered by NEC®
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#201153 - 05/16/11 08:16 AM Re: what do they stand for? [Re: gfretwell]
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great. Thanks Greg.
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