Florida NEC 2011 Code Changes - Part 1

NEC 2011 Code Changes - Part 1

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Description

This online course covers the changes in Article 90 and Chapter 1-4  of the 2011 edition of the National Electric Code (NEC) created by the NFPA. The 2011 NEC provides an accurate, reliable, and authoritative account of the hundreds of significant revisions in the 2011 Code.

The National Electric Code is intended for electricians and subcontractors, electrical inspectors, electrical engineers, designers, and other qualified persons who understand electrical currents, theory, safety procedures, and electrical trade practices. The code does not serve as a teaching manual for untrained individuals.
 

Course Objectives

At the end of this program, the Participant will be able to:

1. Determine the scope of the 2011 National Electric Code
2. Identify the various significant changes in Article 90 and Chapter 1-4 of the NEC
3. Refer to the appropriate sections of the code and find applicable changes
4. Recognize the reason for each change
5. Apply each change as necessary
6. Refer to the appropriate tables to extract relevant information
 

Topics Covered

Introduction

  • Code-Wide Changes
  • Other Changes
  • ARTICLE
  • 90 Introduction      
  • 90.2 Scope
  • 90.5 Mandatory Rules, Permissive Rules, and Explanatory Material

Chapter 1 General

  • ARTICLE 100 Definitions
  • Article 110 Requirements for Electrical Installations
  • 110.3 Examination, Identification, Installation, and Use of Equipment
  • 110.10 Circuit Impedance, Short-Circuit Current Ratings, and Other Characteristics
  • 110.11 Deteriorating Agents
  • 110.14 Electrical Connections
  • 110.16 Arc-Flash Hazard Warning
  • 110.22 Identification of Disconnecting Means
  • 110.24 Available Fault Current
  • 110.26 Spaces About Electrical Equipment
  • 110.28 Enclosure Types  
  • 110.31 Enclosure for Electrical Installations
  • 110.34 Work Space and Guarding
  • 110.74 Conductor Installation


Chapter 2 Wiring and Protection

  • ARTICLE 200 - Use and Identification of Grounded Conductors
  • 200.2 General
  • 200.4 Neutral Conductors
  • 200.6 Means of ldentifying Grounded Conductors
  • 200.7 - Use of Insulation of a White or Gray Color or with Three Continuous White Stripes
  • ARTICLE 210 - Branch Circuits
  • 1. General Provisions  
  • 210.4 Multiwire Branch Circuits
  • 210.5 Identification for Branch Circuits
  • 210.6 Branch-Circuit Voltage Limitations
  • 210.7 Multiple Branch Circuits
  • 210.8 - Ground-Fault Circuit-Interrupter - Protection for Personnel
  • 210.12 Arc-Fault Circuit-Interrupter Protection
  • 210.19 Conductors - Minimum Ampacity and Size
  • 210.24 Branch-Circuit Requirements – Summary
  • 210.52 Dwelling Unit Receptacle Outlets
  • 210.52[G] Basements, Garages, and Accessory Buildings
  • ARTICLE 220
  • I. Branch-Circuit Load Calculations
  • 220.5 Calculations
  • 220.14 Other Loads - All Occupancies
  • 220.18 Maximum Loads
  • III. Feeder and Service Load Calculations
  • 220.43 Show-Window and Track Lighting
  • IV. Optional Feeder and Service Load Calculations
  • 220.86 Schools
  • V. Farm Load Calculations
  • 220.102 Farm Loads - Buildings and Other Loads
  • ARTICLE 225 - Outside Branch Circuits and Feeders.
  • 225.2 Definition
  • I. General                                                                                                  
  • 225.8 Calculation of Loads 600 Volts, Nominal, or Less
  • 225.18 Clearance tor Overhead Conductors and Cables
  • 225.22 Raceways on Exterior Surfaces of Buildings or Other Structures
  • 225.27 Raceway Seal
  • II. Buildings or Other Structures Supplied by a Feeder(s) or Branch Circuit(s)
  • 225.30 Number of Supplies
  • 225.52 Disconnecting Means
  • 225.56 inspections and Tests
  • 225.70 Substations
  • ARTICLE 230 - Services
  • 1. General
  • 230.6 Conductors Considered Outside the Building
  • II. Overhead Service Conductors
  • 230.24 Clearances
  • III. Underground Service Conductors
  • 230.32 Protection Against Damage
  • IV. Service-Entrance Conductors
  • 230.40 Number of Service-Entrance Conductor Sets
  • 230.42 Minimum Size and Rating
  • 230.43 Wiring Methods tor 600 Volts, Nominal, or Less
  • 230.44 Cable Trays
  • 230.50 Protection Against Physical Damage
  • 230.54 Overhead Service Locations
  • V. Service Equipment - General
  • 230.66 Marking
  • Vl. Service Equipment - Disconnecting Means
  • 230.72 Grouping of Disconnects
  • 230.77 lndicating
  • 230.82 Equipment Connected to the Supply Side of Service Disconnect
  • VII. Service Equipment - Overcurrent Protection
  • 230.92 Locked Service Overcurrent Devices
  • VIII. Services Exceeding 600 Volts, Nominal
  • 230.205 Disconnecting Means
  • 230.208 Protection Requirements
  • ARTICLE 240 - Overcurrent Protection
  • 1. General
  • 240.4 Protection of Conductors
  • 240.15 Ungrounded Conductors (Overcurrent Protection)
  • II. Location
  • 240.21 Location in Circuit
  • 240.24 Location in or on Premises
  • VII. Circuit Breakers
  • 240.87 Noninstantaneous Trip
  • VIII. Supervised Industrial Installations
  • 240.91 Protection of Conductors
  • ARTICLE 250 - Grounding and Bonding
  • 1. General
  • 250.2 Definitions
  • 250.6 Objectionable Current
  • 250.8 Connection of Grounding and Bonding Equipment
  • II. System Grounding
  • 250.21 Alternating-Current Systems of 50 Volts to Less Than 1000 Volts Not Required to Be Grounded
  • 250.24 Grounding Service-Supplied Alternating-Current Systems
  • 250.30 Grounding Separately Derived Alternating-Current Systems
  • 250.32 Buildings or Structures Supplied by a Feeder(s) or Branch Circuit(s)
  • 250.35 Permanently Installed Generators
  • III. Grounding Electrode System and Grounding Electrode Conductor
  • 250.52 Grounding Electrodes
  • III. Grounding Electrode System and Grounding Electrode Conductor.
  • 250.53 Grounding Electrode System Installation
  • 250.60 Use of Strike Termination Devices
  • 250.64 Grounding Electrode Conductor Installation
  • 250.68 Grounding Electrode Conductor and Bonding Jumper Connection to Grounding Electrodes
  • V. Bonding
  • 250.92 Services
  • 250.102 Bonding Conductors and Jumpers
  • 250.104 Bonding of Piping Systems and Exposed Structural Steel
  • 250.106 Lightning Protection Systems
  • VI. Equipment Grounding and Equipment Grounding Conductors
  • 250.114 Equipment Connected by Cord and Plug
  • 250.118 Types of Equipment Grounding Conductors
  • 250.119 Identification of Equipment Grounding Conductors
  • 250.120 Equipment Grounding Conductor Installation
  • 250.121 Use of Equipment Grounding Conductors
  • 250.122 Size of Equipment Grounding Conductors
  • VII. Methods of Equipment Grounding 1
  • Connecting Receptacle Grounding Terminal to Box
  • X. Grounding of Systems and Circuits of over 1 kV
  • 250.186 Impedance Grounded Neutral Systems
  • 250.190 Grounding of Equipment
  • 250.191 Grounding System at Alternating-Current Substations
  • ARTICLE 280 - Surge Arresters, Over 1 kV
  • ARTICLE 285 - Surge-Protective Devices (SPDs), 1 kV or Less
  • III. Connecting SPDs
  • 285.25 Type 3 SPDs


Chapter 3 Wiring Methods and Materials

  • COURSE SECTION MINUTES
  • ARTICLE 300 - Wiring Methods
  • I. General Requirements
  • 300.3 Conductors
  • 300.4 Protection Against Physical Damage
  • 300.5 Underground Installations
  • 300.6 Protection Against Corrosion and Deterioration
  • 300.7 Raceways Exposed to Different Temperatures
  • 3 00. 10 Electrical Continuity of Metal Raceways and Enclosures
  • 300.11 Securing and Supporting
  • 300.19 Supporting Conductors in Vertical Raceways
  • 300.22 Wiring in Ducts Not Used for Air Handling, Fabricated Ducts for Environmental Air, and Other Spaces for Environmental Air (Plenums)
  • Il. Requirements for over 600 Volts, Nominal
  • 300.37 Aboveground Wiring Methods
  • 300.50 Underground Installations
  • ARTICLE 310 - Conductors for General Wiring
  • I. General
  • 310.2 Definitions
  • II. Installation
  • 3 10. 10 Uses Permitted
  • 310.15 Ampacities for Conductors Rated 0-2000 Volts
  • 310.60 Conductors Rated 2001 to 35,000 Volts
  • III. Construction Specifications
  • 310.104 Conductor Constructions and Applications
  • ARTICLE 312 – Cabinets, Cutout Boxes, and Meter Socket Enclosures
  • 312.8 Switch and Overcurrent Device Enclosures with Splices, Taps, and Feed-Through Conductors
  • II. Construction Specifications
  • 312.10 Material
  • ARTICLE 314— Outlet, Device, Pull, and Junction Boxes; Conduit Bodies; Fittings; and Handhole Enclosures
  • II. Installation
  • 314.21 Repairing Noncombustible Surfaces
  • 314.23 Supports
  • 314.24 Depth of Boxes
  • 314.27 Outlet Boxes
  • 314.28 Pull and Junction Boxes and Conduit Bodies
  • 314.30 Handhole Enclosures
  • IV. Pull and Junction Boxes, Conduit Bodies, and Handhole Enclosures for Use on Systems over600 Volts, Nominal
  • 314.70 General
  • 314.72 Construction and Installation Requirements
  • ARTICLE 320 - Armored Cable: Type AC
  • 1. General
  • 320.2 Definition
  • II. Installation
  • 320.23 In Accessible Attics
  • 320.80 Ampacity
  • 322.12 Uses Not Permitted
  • 328.10 Uses Permitted
  • 328.14 Installation
  • ARTICLE 330 – Metal-Clad Cable: Type MC
  • 330.10 Uses Permitted
  • 332.10 Uses Permitted
  • 334.10 Uses Permitted
  • 334.15 Exposed Work
  • 334.80 Ampacity
  • 336.12 Uses Not Permitted
  • 338.10 Uses Permitted
  • ARTICLE 340 Underground Feeder and Branch-Circuit Cable: Type UF
  • 340.12 Uses Not Permitted
  • ARTICLE 342 – Intermediate Metal Conduit: Type IMC
  • 342.30 Securing and Supporting
  • 342.46 Bushings
  • ARTICLE 344 – Rigid Metal Conduit: Type RMC
  • 344.30 Securing and Supporting
  • 344.46 Bushings
  • ARTICLE 348 – Flexible Metal Conduit: Type FMC
  • 348.30 Securing and Supporting
  • 348.42 Couplings and Connectors
  • 348.60 Grounding and Bonding
  • ARTICLE 350 – Liquidtight Flexible Metal Conduit: Type LFMC
  • 350.30 Securing and Supporting.
  • 350.42 Couplings and Connectors
  • 350.60 Grounding and Bonding
  • ARTICLE 352 – Rigid Polyvinyl Chloride Conduit: Type PVC
  • 352. 10 Uses Permitted
  • 352.30 Securing and Supporting
  • ARTICLE 353 – High Density Polyethylene Conduit: Type HDPE Conduit
  • 353.10 Uses Permitted [High Density Polyethylene Conduit (Type HDPE)]
  • 353.24 Bends - How Made
  • ARTICLE 355 – Reinforced Thermosetting Resin Conduit: Type RTRC
  • 355.10 Uses Permitted
  • 355.30 Securing and Supporting
  • ARTICLE 358 – Electrical Metallic Tubing: Type EMT
  • 358.10 Uses Permitted
  • 358.30 Securing and Supporting
  • ARTICLE 362 – Electrical Metallic Tubing: Type EMT
  • 362.10 Uses Permitted
  • 362.12 Uses Not Permitted
  • ARTICLE 366 – Auxiliary Gutters
  • 366.22 Number of Conductors
  • ARTICLE 368 - Busways
  • 368.10 Uses Permitted (Busways)
  • ARTICLE 372 - Cellular Concrete Floor Raceways
  • 372.12 Splices and Taps
  • ARTICLE 376 - Metal Wireways
  • II. Installation
  • 376.10 Uses Permitted
  • ARTICLE 380 - Multi Outlet Assembly
  • II. Installation
  • 380.23 Insulated Conductors (Multioutlet Assembly)
  • ARTICLE 390 - Underfloor Raceways
  • 390.2 Definition
  • ARTICLE 392 - Cable Trays
  • II. Installation
  • 392.18 Cable Tray Installation
  • ARTICLE 396 - Messenger-Supported Wiring 2
  • II. Installation
  • 396.10 Uses Permitted
  • ARTICLE 399 - Outdoor Overhead Conductors over 600 Volts 2
  • TOTAL 120

Chapter 4 Equipment for General Use

  • COURSE SECTION MINUTES
  • ARTICLE 400 - Flexible Cords and Cables  15
  • 1. General
  • 400.4Types
  • 400.5 Ampacities for Flexible Cords and Cables
  • 400.7 Uses Permitted
  • II. Construction Specifications
  • 400.21 Construction
  • III. Portable Cables Over 600 Volts, Nominal
  • 400.31 Construction
  • ARTICLE404 - Switches 5
  • 1. Installation  
  • 404.1 Scope
  • 404.2 Switch Connections
  • 404.4 Damp or Wet Locations
  • 404.8 Accessibility and Grouping
  • 404.9 Provisions for General-Use Snap Switches
  • 404.14 Rating and Use of Snap Switches
  • ARTICLE 406 - Receptacles, Cord Connectors, and Attachment Plugs (Caps) 10
  • 406.2 Definition
  • 406.4 General Installation Requirements
  • 406.6 Receptacle Faceplates (Cover Plates)
  • 406.9 Receptacles in Damp or Wet Locations
  • 406.12 Tamper-Resistant Receptacles in Dwelling Units
  • 406.13 Tamper-Resistant Receptacles in Guest Rooms and Guest Suites
  • 406.14 Tamper-Resistant Receptacles in Child Care Facilities
  • ARTICLE 408 - Switchboards and Panelboards 10
  • 1. General
  • 408.1 Scope
  • 408.3 Support and Arrangement of Busbars and Conductors
  • 408.4 Field Identification Required
  • III. Panelboards
  • 408.30 General
  • ARTICLE 409 - Industrial Control Panels. 5
  • Il. Installation
  • 409.22 Short-Circuit Current Rating-  
  • III. Construction Specifications
  • 409.102 Busbars and Conductors
  • 409.104 Wiring Space
  • 409.110 Marking
  • ARTICLE 410 - Luminaires, Lampholders, and Lamps 15
  • II. Luminaire Locations
  • 410.16 Luminaires in Clothes Closets
  • III. Provisions at Luminaire Outlet Boxes, Canopies, and Pans
  • 410.20 Space for Conductors
  • 410.24 Connection of Electric-Discharge and LED Luminaires.
  • V. Grounding.
  • 410.42 Luminaire(s) with Exposed Conductive Parts
  • VI. Wiring of Luminaires
  • 410.62 Cord-Connected Lampholders and Luminaires
  • 410.64 Luminaires as Raceways
  • 410.68 Feeder and Branch-Circuit Conductors and Ballasts
  • VII. Construction of Luminaires  
  • 410.74 Luminaire Rating
  • 410.96 Lampholders in Wet or Damp Locations.
  • 410.97 Lampholders Near Combustible Material
  • X. Special Provisions for Flush and Recessed Luminaires
  • 410.110 General
  • XI. Construction of Flush and Recessed Luminaires
  • 410.122 Lampholders
  • XII. Special Provisions for Electric-Discharge Lighting Systems of 1000 Volts or Less
  • 410.130 General
  • 410.136 Luminaire Mounting
  • 410.137 Equipment Not Integral with Luminaire
  • ARTICLE 422 - Appliances. 5
  • 1. General
  • 422.2 Definition
  • II. Installation
  • 422.15 Central Vacuum Outlet Assemblies
  • III. Disconnecting Means
  • 422.30 General
  • 422.31 Disconnection of Permanently Connected Appliances.
  • ARTICLE 424 - Fixed Electric Space-Heating Equipment 5
  • I. General
  • 424.3 Branch Circuits
  • III. Control and Protection of Fixed Electric Space-Heating Equipment
  • 424.19 Disconnecting Means.
  • IV. Marking of Heating Equipment
  • 424.28 Nameplate
  • V. Electric Space-Heating Cables
  • 424.39 Clearance from Other Objects and Openings
  • 424.44 Installation of Cables in Concrete or Poured Masonry Floors.
  • ARTICLE 426 - Fixed Outdoor Electric De-icing and Snow-Melting Equipment 5
  • I. General
  • 426.2 Definitions
  • III. Resistance Heating Elements
  • 426.20 Embedded Deicing and Snow-Melting Equipment
  • 426.28 Ground-Fault Protection of Equipment
  • ARTICLE 430 - Motors, Motor Circuits, and Controllers 20
  • I. General
  • 43 0.6 Ampacity. and Motor Rating Determination
  • 430.12 Motor Terminal Housings
  • II. Motor Circuit Conductors
  • 430.22 Single Motor
  • 430.24 Several Motors or a Motor(s) and Other Load(s)
  • III. Motor and Branch-Circuit Overload Protection
  • 430.42 Motors on General-Purpose Branch Circuits
  • IV. Motor Branch-Circuit Short-Circuit and Ground-Fault Protection
  • 430.52 Rating or Setting for Individual Motor Circuit
  • 430.53 Several Motors or Loads on One Branch Circuit.
  • V. Motor Feeder Short-Circuit and Ground-Fault Protection
  • 430.63 Rating or Setting - Motor Load and Other Load(s)
  • Vl. Motor Control Circuits
  • 430.74 Electrical Arrangement of Control Circuits
  • VII. Motor Controllers
  • 430.81 General.
  • VIII. Motor Control Centers
  • 430.94 Overcurrent Protection
  • IX. Disconnecting Means
  • 430.109 Type
  • X. Adjustable-Speed Drive Systems
  • 430.122 Conductors —Minimum Size and Ampacity
  • XI. Over 600 Volts, Nominal
  • 430.225 Motor-Circuit Overcurrent Protection.
  • XIII. Grounding - All Voltages
  • 430.245 Method of Grounding. .
  • ARTICLE 440 - Air-Conditioning and Refrigerating Equipment 10
  • II. Disconnecting Means.
  • 440.14 Location.
  • Vl. Motor-Compressor and Branch-Circuit Overload Protection.
  • 440.55 Cord-and-Attachment-Plug-Connected Motor-Compressors and Equipment on 15- or 20-Ampere Branch Circuits
  • VII. Provisions for Room Air Conditioners
  • 440.63 Disconnecting Means.
  • ARTICLE- 445 Generators 5
  • 445.1 Scope
  • 445.12 Overcurrent Protection  
  • 445.19 Generators Supplying Multiple Loads
  • ARTICLE 450 - Transformers and Transformer Vaults (Including Secondary Ties) 3
  • I. General Provisions
  • 450.14 Disconnecting Means
  • ARTICLE 480 - Storage Batteries 2
  • 480.2 Definitions
  • 480.5 Disconnecting Means
  • ARTICLE 490 - Equipment, Over 600 Volts, Nominal 5
  • II. Equipment - Specific Provisions  
  • 490.21 Circuit-Interrupting Devices
  • 490.22 Isolating Means
  • III. Equipment - Metal-Enclosed Power Switchgear and Industrial Control Assemblies
  • 490.3 3 Guarding of Energized Parts Operating at 600 Volts, Nominal, or Less Within Compartments
  • 490.35 Accessibility of Energized Parts
  • 490.40 Visual Inspection Windows
  • 490.41 Location of lndustrial Control Equipment
  • V. Electrode-Type Boilers
  • 490.74 Bonding
  • TOTAL 120
 

Regulatory Information

NEC 2011 Code Change Part 1 - Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation Electrical Contractors Licensing Board

  • Name:
  • Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation Electrical Contractors Licensing Board
  • Phone:
  • 850-488-6603
  • Fax:
  • 850-921-2124
  • Website URL:
  • http://www.myfloridalicense.com/DBPR/
  • Email Address:
  • Address:
  • 1940 North Monroe Street
  • City:
  • Tallahassee
  • State:
  • FL
  • Zip:
  • 32399-2212

NEC 2011 Code Change Part 1 - Vermont Department of Public Safety Division of Fire Safety Electirical Licensing

  • Name:
  • Vermont Department of Public Safety Division of Fire Safety Electirical Licensing
  • Phone:
  • 802-479-7561
  • Fax:
  • 802-479-7562
  • Website URL:
  • http://firesafety.vermont.gov/
  • Email Address:
  • Address:
  • 1311 U.S. Route 302 Berlin, Suite 600
  • City:
  • Barre
  • State:
  • VT
  • Zip:
  • 05641-2351

NEC 2011 Code Change - Part 1 - New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department Construction Industries Division Electrical Bureau

  • Name:
  • New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department Construction Industries Division Electrical Bureau
  • Phone:
  • 505-476-4500
  • Fax:
  • Website URL:
  • http://www.rld.state.nm.us/
  • Email Address:
  • [email protected]
  • Address:
  • 2550 Cerrillos Road Toney Anaya Building
  • City:
  • Santa Fe
  • State:
  • NM
  • Zip:
  • 87505

NEC 2011 Code Change Part 1 - California Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Apprenticeship Standards

  • Name:
  • California Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Apprenticeship Standards
  • Phone:
  • 916-319-0460
  • Fax:
  • Website URL:
  • http://www.dir.ca.gov/
  • Email Address:
  • Address:
  • 1430 N Street, Suite 4503 Sacramento, CA 95814
  • City:
  • Sacramento
  • State:
  • CA
  • Zip:
  • 95814
 

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