Florida NEC 2011 Code Changes - Part 2

NEC 2011 Code Changes - Part 2

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Description

This online course covers the changes in Chapter 5-8  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 the first four chapters.
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

Chapter 5 Special Occupancies

  • COURSE SECTION MINUTES
  • ARTICLE 500 - Hazardous (Classified) Locations, Classes 1, II, and III, Divisions 1 and 2
  • 500.2 Definitions
  • 500.8 Equipment
  • ARTICLE 501 - Class 1 Locations
  • II. Wiring  
  • 501.10 Wiring Methods
  • 501.17 Process Sealing  
  • 501.30 Grounding and Bonding, Class 1, Divisions 1 and 2
  • III. Equipment
  • 501.100 Transformers and Capacitors
  • 501.140 Flexible Cords, Class 1, Divisions 1 and 2
  • ARTICLE 502 - Class Il Locations
  • General
  • 502.6 Zone Equipment
  • II. Wiring
  • 502. 10 Wiring Methods
  • 502.30 Grounding and Bonding, Class II, Divisions 1 and 2
  • III. Equipment
  • 502. 100 Transformers and Capacitors
  • 502.115 Switches, Circuit Breakers, Motor Controllers, and Fuses
  • 502.130 Luminaires  
  • 502.140 Flexible Cords - Class II, Divisions 1 and 2
  • 502.150 Signaling, Alarm, Remote-Control, and Communications Systems; and Meters, Instruments, and Relays  
  • ARTICLE 503 - Class III Locations
  • 1. General
  • 503.6 Zone Equipment
  • Il. Wiring
  • 5 03. 10 Wiring Methods
  • 503.30 Grounding and Bonding - Class III, Divisions 1 and 2
  • III. Equipment
  • 503.140 Flexible Cords - Class III, Divisions 1 and 2
  • ARTICLE 504 - Intrinsically Safe Systems 2
  • 5 04. 10 Equipment Installation
  • 504.30 Separation of Intrinsically Safe Conductors
  • ARTICLE 505 Zone 0, 1, and 2 Locations
  • 505.7 Special Precaution
  • 505.8 Protection Techniques
  • 505.9 Equipment
  • 505.15 Wiring Methods
  • 505.17 Flexible Cords, Class 1, Zones 1 and 2
  • 505.25 Grounding and Bonding
  • 505.26 Process Sealing
  • ARTICLE 506 - Zone 20, 21, and 22 Locations for Combustible Dusts or Ignitible Fibers/Flyings
  • 506.2 Definitions  
  • 506.8 Protection Techniques
  • 506.9 Equipment Requirements  
  • 506.15 Wiring Methods
  • 506.17 Flexible Cords
  • 506.25 Grounding and Bonding
  • ARTICLE 511 - Commercial Garages, Repair and Storage
  • 511.3 Area Classification, General
  • ARTICLE 514— Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities
  • 514.3 Classification of Locations  
  • 514.8 Underground Wiring  
  • 514.11 Circuit Disconnects
  • 514.13 Provisions for Maintenance and Service of Dispensing Equipment
  • ARTICLE 515 - Bulk Storage Plants
  • 515.7 Wiring and Equipment Above Class 1 Locations
  • 515.8 Underground Wiring
  • ARTICLE 516 - Spray Application, Dipping, and Coating Processes
  • 516.4 Wiring and Equipment in Class 1 Locations
  • 516.7 Wiring and Equipment Not Within Class 1 and II Locations
  • ARTICLE 517 - Health Care Facilities  
  • I. General
  • 517.2 Definitions
  • II. Wiring and Protection  
  • 517.13 Grounding of Receptacles and Fixed Electrical Equipment in Patient Care Areas
  • 517.16 Receptacles with Insulated Grounding Terminals
  • 517.17 Ground-Fault Protection  
  • 517.18 General Care Areas
  • 517.19 Critical Care Areas
  • 517.20 Wet Procedure Locations
  • III. Essential Electrical System
  • 517.26 Application of Other Articles
  • 517.30 Essential Electrical Systems for Hospitals
  • IV. Inhalation Anesthetizing Locations
  • 517.63 Grounded Power Systems in Anesthetizing Locations
  • VL Communications, Signaling Systems, Data Systems, Fire Alarm Systems, and Systems Less Than 120 Volts, Nominal
  • 5.17.80 Patient Care Areas
  • VII. Isolated Power Systems  
  • 517.160 Isolated Power Systems
  • ARTICLE 518— Assembly Occupancies
  • 5183 Other Articles
  • 518.5 Supply
  • ARTICLE 520 - Theaters, Audience Areas of Motion Picture and Television Studios, Performance Areas, and Similar Locations
  • 1. General
  • 520.6 Number of Conductors in Raceway
  • 520.10 Portable Equipment Used Outdoors
  • Il. Fixed Stage Switchboards
  • 520.27 Stage Switchboard Feeders  
  • III. Fixed Stage Equipment Other Than Switchboards
  • 520.44 Borders, Proscenium Sidelights, Drop Boxes, and Connector Strips
  • IV. Portable Switchboards on Stage
  • 520.50 Road Show Connection Panel (A Type of Patch Panel)
  • 520.52 Overcurrent Protection for Branch Circuits
  • V. Portable Stage Equipment Other Than Switchboards
  • 520.62 Portable Power Distribution Units
  • 520.65 Festoons
  • ARTICLE 525 - Carnivals, Circuses, Fairs, and Similar Events
  • 1. General Requirements
  • 525.5 Overhead Conductor Clearances
  • II. Power Sources
  • 525.10 Services
  • III. Wiring Methods
  • 525.21 Rides, Tents, and Concessions
  • 525.22 Portable Distribution or Termination Boxes
  • 525.23 Ground-Fault Circuit-Interrupter (GFCI) Protection
  • ARTICLE 530 - Motion Picture and Television Studios and Similar Locations
  • Il. Stage or Set
  • 530.20 Grounding
  • 530.21 Plugs and Receptacles
  • V. Cellulose Nitrate Film Storage Vaults
  • 530.51 Lamps in Cellulose Nitrate Film Storage Vaults
  • ARTICLE 540 - Motion Picture Projection Rooms
  • II. Equipment and Projectors of the Professional Type
  • 540.11 Location of Associated Electrical Equipment
  • ARTICLE 545 - Manufactured Buildings
  • 545.2 Definitions
  • ARTICLE 547 - Agricultural Buildings                                                                                                                                                                                                                             547.5 Wiring Methods
  • 547.8 Luminaires
  • 547.9 Electrical Supply to Building(s) or Structure(s) from a Distribution Point
  • 547.1.0 Equipotential Planes and Bonding of Equipotential Planes
  • ARTICLE 550 - Mobile Homes, Manufactured Homes, and Mobile Home Parks
  • Il. Mobile and Manufactured Homes
  • 550.13 Receptacle Outlets
  • 550.15 Wiring Methods and Materials
  • 550.25 Arc-Fault Circuit-Interrupter Protection
  • ARTICLE 551 - Recreational Vehicles and Recreational Vehicle Parks
  • 1. General
  • 551.2 Definitions
  • III. Other Power Sources
  • 551.30 Generator Installations
  • 551.33 Alternate Source Restrictions
  • IV. Nominal 120-Volt or 120/240-Volt Systems
  • 55 1.46 Means for Connecting to Power Supply
  • 551.47 Wiring Methods
  • 551.54 Grounding
  • 551.55 Interior Equipment Grounding  
  • V. Factory Tests
  • 551.60 Factory Tests (Electrical)
  • Vl. Recreational Vehicle Parks
  • 551.80 Underground Service, Feeder, Branch-Circuit, and Recreational Vehicle Site Feeder-Circuit Conductors
  • ARTICLE 552 —Park Trailers
  • IV. Nominal 120-Volt or 120/240-Volt Systems
  • 552.46 Branch Circuits
  • 552.48 Wiring Methods
  • 552.59 Outdoor Outlets, Fixtures, Including Luminaires, Air-Cooling Equipment, and So On
  • ARTICLE 553 - Floating Buildings
  • Il. Services and Feeders
  • 553.4 Location of Service Equipment  
  • ARTICLE 555 - Marinas and Boatyards
  • 555.2 Definitions
  • 555.3 Ground-Fault Protection  
  • 555.12 Load Calculations for Service and Feeder Conductors
  • 555.13 Wiring Methods and Installation  
  • ARTICLE 590 - Temporary Installations
  • 590.4 General  
  • 590.6 Ground-Fault Protection for Personnel

Chapter 6 Special Equipment

  • ARTICLE 600 - Electric Signs and Outline Lighting
  • 1. General
  • 600.1 Scope
  • 600.2 Definitions
  • 600.4 Markings
  • 600.5 Branch Circuits
  • 600.6 Disconnects
  • 600.7 Grounding and Bonding
  • 600.12 Field-lnstalled Secondary Wiring
  • 600.24 Class 2 Power Sources
  • II. Field-lnstalled Skeleton Tubing, Outline Lighting, and Secondary Wiring
  • 600.30 Applicability
  • 600.33 LED Sign Illumination Systems, Secondary Wiring
  • ARTICLE 604 Manufactured Wiring Systems.
  • 604.6 Construction
  • ARTICLE 610— Cranes and Hoists
  • 1. General
  • 610.2 Definition
  • II. Wiring
  • 610.13 Types of Conductors
  • ARTICLE 620 - Elevators, Dumbwaiters, Escalators, Moving Walks, Platform Lifts, and Stairway Chairlifts
  • III. Wiring
  • Vl. Disconnecting Means and Control.
  • 620.53 Car Light, Receptacle(s), and Ventilation Disconnecting Means
  • ARTICLE 625 - Electric Vehicle Charging System
  • 1. General
  • 625.2 Definitions
  • ARTICLE 626 Electrified Truck Parking Spaces
  • 1. General
  • 626.4 General Requirements
  • II. Electrified Truck Parking Space Electrical Wiring Systems
  • 626.11 Feeder and Service Load Calculations
  • III. Electrified Truck Parking Space Supply Equipment
  • 626.24 Electrified Truck Parking Space Supply Equipment Connection Means.
  • ARTICLE 640 - Audio Signal Processing, Amplification, and Reproduction Equipment.
  • 1. General
  • 640.3 Locations and Other Articles
  • 1. General
  • 640.9 Wiring Methods
  • III. Portable and Temporary Audio System lnstallations
  • 640.45 Protection of Wiring
  • ARTICLE 645 Information Technology Equipment
  • 645.2 Definitions
  • 645.3 Other Articles
  • 645.4 Special Requirements for Information Technology Equipment Room
  • 645.5 Supply Circuits and lnterconnecting Cables.
  • 645.10 Disconnecting Means
  • ARTICLE 645 - Information Technology Equipment
  • 645.17 Power Distribution Units
  • 645.25 Engineering Supervision
  • ARTICLE 647— Sensitive Electronic Equipment
  • 647.7 Receptacles
  • ARTICLE 650 - Pipe Organs
  • 650.3 Other Articles
  • ARTICLE 670 - Industrial Machinery
  • 670.5 Short-Circuit Current Rating
  • ARTICLE 680 - Swimming Pools, Fountains, and Similar Installations                                                                                                                                                                  1. General
  • 680.2 Definitions
  • 680.3 Other Articles
  • 680.10 Underground Wiring Location
  • II. Permanently Installed Pools
  • 680.21 Motor
  • 680.23 Underwater Luminaires
  • 680.24 Junction Boxes and Electrical Enclosures for Transformers or Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupters
  • 680.25 Feeders
  • 680.26 Equipotential Bonding
  • III. Storable Pools
  • IV. Spas and Hot Tubs52 680.42 Outdoor Installations52 680.43 Indoor Installations
  • V. Fountains
  • 680.54 Grounding
  • Vl. Pools and Tubs for Therapeutic Use  
  • 680.62 Therapeutic Tubs (Hydrotherapeutic Tanks)
  • VII. Hydromassage Bathtubs 57 680.73 Accessibility 57 680.74 Bonding
  • ARTICLE 682 - Natural and Artificially Made Bodies of Water  
  • II. Installation
  • 682.14 Submersible or Floating Equipment Power Connection(s)
  • III. Grounding and Bonding
  • 682.31 Equipment Grounding Conductors
  • 682.32 Bonding of Non-Current-Carrying Metal Parts
  • ARTICLE 690 - Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Systems
  • 1. General
  • 690.2 Definitions
  • 690.4 Installation
  • II. Circuit Requirements
  • 690.7 Maximum Voltage
  • 690.8 Circuit Sizing and Current
  • 690.10 Stand-Alone Systems
  • 690.11 Arc-Fault Circuit Protection (Direct Current)
  • III. Disconnecting Means
  • 690.13 All Conductors
  • 690.16 Fuses
  • IV. Wiring Methods
  • 690.31 Methods Permitted
  • V. Grounding
  • 690.43 Equipment Grounding
  • 690.47 Grounding Electrode System
  • VII. Connection to Other Sources
  • 690.63 Unbalanced Interconnections
  • 690.64 Point of Connection
  • VIII. Storage Batteries
  • 690.72 Charge Control
  • 690.74 Battery Interconnections
  • ARTICLE 692 - Fuel Cell Systems 1
  • 1. General
  • 692.4 Installation
  • ARTICLE 694 - Small Wind Electric Systems 1
  • 1. General
  • 694.1 Scope
  • ARTICLE695 – Fire Pumps 10
  • 695.3 Power Source(s) for Electric Motor-Driven Fire Pumps
  • 695.4 Continuity of Power
  • 695.6 Power Wiring
  • 695.7 Voltage Drop
  • 695.14 Control Wiring
  • TOTAL 120

Chapter 7 Special Conditions

  • COURSE SECTION MINUTES
  • ARTICLE 700 - Emergency Systems 30
  • 1. General
  • 700.1 Scope
  • 700.2 Definitions
  • 700.7 Signs
  • II. Circuit Wiring
  • 700.10 Wiring, Emergency System
  • III. Sources of Power
  • 700.12 General Requirements
  • IV. Emergency System Circuits for Lighting and Power
  • 700.17 Branch Circuits for Emergency Lighting
  • V. Control Emergency Lighting Circuits
  • 700.24 Automatic Load Control Relay
  • Vl. Overcurrent Protection
  • 700.27 Coordination
  • ARTICLE 701 Legally Required Standby Systems 10
  • 1. General
  • 701.1 Scope
  • 701.6 Signals
  • 701.7 Signs
  • III. Sources of Power
  • 701.12 General Requirements
  • IV. Overcurrent Protection
  • 701.26 Ground-Fault Protection of Equipment
  • 701.26 Ground-Fault Protection of Equipment
  • 701.27 Coordination
  • ARTICLE 702 Optional Standby Systems 5
  • 1. General
  • 702.1 Scope
  • 702.7 Signs
  • ARTICLE 705 lnterconnected Electric Power Production Sources 5
  • 1. General
  • 705.2 Definitions
  • 705.6 System Installation
  • 705.12 Point of Connection
  • II. Utility-lnteractive Inverters
  • 705.60 Circuit Sizing and Current
  • 705.65 Overcurrent Protection
  • 705.95 Ampacity of Neutral Conductor
  • ARTICLE 708 Critical Operations Power Systems (COPS) 5
  • II. Circuit Wiring and Equipment
  • 708.10 Feeder and Branch Circuit Wiring
  • 708.14 Wiring of HVAC, Fire Alarm, Security, Emergency Communications, and Signaling Systems
  • III. Power Sources and Connection
  • 708.21 Ventilation
  • ARTICLE 725 Class 1, Cass 2, and Class 3 Remote-Control, Signaling, and Power-Limited Circuits 10
  • 1. General
  • 725.3 Other Articles
  • II. Class 1 Circuits
  • 725.51 Number of Conductors in Cable Trays and Raceway, and Ampacity Adjustment  
  • III. Class 2 and Class 3 Circuits
  • 725.154 Applications of Listed Class 2, Class 3, and PLTC Cables
  • ARTICLE 760 Fire Alarm Systems 20
  • 1. General
  • 760.3 Other Articles
  • II. Non-Power-Limited Fire Alarm (NPLFA) Circuits
  • 760.41 NPLFA Circuit Power Source Requirements
  • 760.51 Number of Conductors in Cable Trays and Raceways, and Ampacity Adjustment Factors.
  • III. Power-Limited Fire Alarm (PLFA) Circuits
  • 760.121 Power Sources for PLFA Circuits
  • IV. Listing Requirements
  • 760.176 Listing and Marking of NPLFA Cables
  • ARTICLE 770 Optical Fiber Cables and Raceways 35
  • 1. General
  • 770.2 Definitions
  • 770.3 Other Articles
  • 770.24 Mechanical Execution of Work
  • II. Cables Outside and Entering Buildings
  • 770.48 Unlisted Cables and Raceways Entering Buildings
  • IV. Grounding Methods
  • 770.100 Entrance Cable Bonding and Grounding
  • 770.106 Grounding and Bonding of Entrance Cables at Mobile Homes
  • V. Installation Methods Within Buildings
  • 770.113 Installation of Optical Fiber Cables and Raceways, and Cable Routing Assemblies
  • 770.114 Grounding
  • 770.154 Applications of Listed Optical Fiber Cables and Raceways, and Cable Routing Assemblies
  • Vl. Listing Requirements
  • 770.179 Optical Fiber Cables
  • 770.182 Optical Fiber Raceways and Cable Routing Assemblies
  • TOTAL 120

Chapter 8 Communications Systems

  • COURSE SECTION MINUTES
  • ARTICLE 800 Communications Circuits 20
  • 1. General
  • 800.1 Scope
  • 800.3 Other Articles
  • 800.18 Installation of Equipment
  • 800.24 Mechanical Execution of Work
  • II. Wires and Cables Outside and Entering Buildings
  • 800.48 Unlisted Cables Entering Buildings
  • IV. Grounding Methods
  • 800.100 Cable and Primary Protector Bonding and Grounding
  • 800.106 Primary Protector Grounding and Bonding at Mobile Homes
  • V. Installation Methods Within Buildings
  • 800.110 Raceways for Communications Wires and Cables
  • 800.113 Installation of Communications Wires, Cables and Raceways
  • 800.154 Applications of Listed Communications Wires, Cables, and Raceways
  • Vl. Listing Requirements
  • 800.182 Communications Raceways and Cable Routing Assemblies
  • ARTICLE 810— Radio and Television Equipment 10
  • 1. General
  • 810.1 Scope
  • II. Receiving Equipment - Antenna Systems
  • 810.21 Bonding Conductors and Grounding Electrode Conductors – Receiving Stations
  • III. Amateur and Citizen Band Transmitting and Receiving Stations – Antenna Systems
  • 810.51 Other Sections
  • 810.58 Bonding Conductors and Grounding Electrode Conductors - Amateur and Citizen Band Transmitting and Receiving Stations
  • IV. Interior Installation - Transmitting Stations
  • 810.71 General
  • ARTICLE. 820 - Community Antenna Television and Radio Distribution Systems 20
  • 1. General
  • 820.1 Scope
  • 820.2 Definitions
  • 820.3 Other Articles
  • 820.24 Mechanical Execution of Work
  • II. Coaxial Cables Outside and Entering Buildings
  • 820.44 Overhead (Aerial) Coaxial Cables
  • 820.48 Unlisted Cables Entering Buildings
  • IV. Grounding Methods
  • 820.100 Cable Bonding and Grounding
  • 820.106 Grounding and Bonding at Mobile Homes
  • V. Installation Methods Within Buildings
  • 820.110 Raceways for Coaxial Cables
  • 820.113 Installation of Coaxial Cables
  • 820.133 Installation of Coaxial Cables and Equipment
  • 820.154 Applications of Listed CATV Cables
  • ARTICLE 830 - Network-Powered Broadband Communications Systems 10
  • 1. General
  • 830.2 Definitions
  • 830.3 Other Articles
  • 830.24 Mechanical Execution of Work
  • II. Cables Outside and Entering Buildings
  • 830.44 Overhead (Aerial) Cables
  • IV. Grounding Methods
  • 830.100 Cable, Network Interface Unit, and Primary Protector Bonding and Grounding
  • V. Installation Methods Within Buildings
  • 830.110 Raceways for Low- and Medium-Power Network-Powered Broadband Communications Cables
  • 830.113 Installation of Network-Powered Broadband Communications Cables
  • 830.133 Installation of Network-Powered Broadband Communications Cables and Equipment
  • ARTICLE 840 Premises-Powered Broadband Communications Systems
  • 840.1 Scope
 

Regulatory Information

NEC 2011 Code Change Part 2 - 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 2 - 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 2 - 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 2 - 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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