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#136152 - 03/16/03 11:12 AM Free Book in the UK? Can someone discuss?  
Joe Tedesco  Offline
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Wiring Matters

Written for installation and maintenance engineers and contractors, and companies to whom BS 7671: 2001 requirements for electrical installations are relevant.

Published free of charge (in the UK), twice a year (May and November).

Please contact the Advertising Department if you would like to receive copies at:

IEE Advertising
Michael Faraday House
Six Hills Way
Stevenage
Herts.
UK

Tel: +44 (0)1438 313311
Fax: +44 (0)1438 318361
E-mail: advertising@iee.org.uk


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#136153 - 03/16/03 11:33 AM Re: Free Book in the UK? Can someone discuss?  
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This sounds like a newsletter for the British wiring regulations.


#136154 - 03/16/03 07:00 PM Re: Free Book in the UK? Can someone discuss?  
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I think C-H is right, although I don't recall ever seeing this publication. I've e-mailed the IEE and asked them to send me a current copy.


#136155 - 03/16/03 08:36 PM Re: Free Book in the UK? Can someone discuss?  
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C-H,
You're 100% correct, it is a twice yearly newsletter.
It contains articles on changes or forthcoming changes to electrical regulations & associated regs that affect the electrical industry, plus lots of advertising.
I get it sent free of charge twice a year.
I believe you can register for Wiring Matters on the IEE website www.iee.org.uk ,but if you have to pay for it I don't think that I would bother.


#136156 - 03/19/03 08:57 PM Re: Free Book in the UK? Can someone discuss?  
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Full marks to the IEE for prompt service: My free copy of the current edition arrived yesterday by first-class mail!

It's only 8 pages and half of them are filled with ads, but there are a couple of items that may be of interest. I'll post them in separate threads later.



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