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What NEC edition are you using #81441 08/19/02 08:54 AM
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Joe Tedesco Offline OP
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My state uses the 2002 NEC edition.

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Re: What NEC edition are you using #81442 08/19/02 04:16 PM
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Answers given here should be supported by code edition and sections to avoid confusion.


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Re: What NEC edition are you using #81443 08/19/02 04:30 PM
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Joe:
Here in NJ the stste is still using 1999 NEC as the electrical code section of the NJUCC
(New Jersey Uniform Cobstruction Code)
Someday, they will adopt the 2002.
HotLine1
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Re: What NEC edition are you using #81444 08/19/02 05:04 PM
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Vermont is still 99' , the borad reviews & revises in this month for the 02'

Re: What NEC edition are you using #81445 08/19/02 05:21 PM
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CA - 1996! ...sure is difficult keeping up with these forum Q&As...got to the point I was pretty comfortable with the '99 and now ya'all quoting the 2002...by the time we finally start using the '99 that AFCI issue will be resolved!

Re: What NEC edition are you using #81446 08/19/02 10:03 PM
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2002 NEC in West Virginia, as far as I know it was adopted in full last spring.

Have to go with CABO too as far as working clearances from service equipment to water heaters (5 ft min) and locations of smoke detectors.

The only enforcement is with Services for Allegheny Power and in the city (I use that word lightly) of Lewisburg for the area I cover.

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Re: What NEC edition are you using #81447 08/19/02 11:02 PM
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Michigan is using the 1999 NEC with amendments as part of the Michigan Electrical Code We also use the 2000 Int'l Res. Code for 1 and 2 family dwellings.

Don

Re: What NEC edition are you using #81448 08/19/02 11:23 PM
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City 2002, county 1999. Both with Georgia amendments.

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Re: What NEC edition are you using #81449 08/20/02 06:49 AM
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ain't worth a hoot without some enforcement.......

Re: What NEC edition are you using #81450 08/20/02 07:35 AM
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VA is on the 1996 code for commercial, and the 93 code for residential. That is due to change soon I understand.

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