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Illustrated Changes to the NEC 2002
Article 090 — INTRODUCTION
    90.2 Scope of the NEC
    90.3 Code Arrangement
    90.4 Enforcement

Article 100 — DEFINITIONS
    100 [ Comprehensive Summary ]

Article 110 — REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
    110.16 Flash Protection
    110.26 Spaces About Equipment (C)
    110.26 Spaces About Equipment (F)

Article 210 — BRANCH CIRCUITS
    210.12 Arc-Fault Circuit-Interrupter (AFCI) Protection
    210.63 Heating, Air-Conditioning, and Refrigeration Equipment Outlet
    210.7 Branch Circuit Receptacle Requirements
    210.8 Ground-Fault Circuit-Interrupter Protection for Personnel

Article 230 — SERVICES
    230.70 Service Disconnects – General (A)(1)
    230.70 Service Disconnects – General (A)(3)

Article 240 — OVERCURRENT PROTECTION
    240.2 Definitions
    240.21 Location in Circuit
    240.85 Applications I
    240.85 Applications II

Article 250 — GROUNDING
    250.104 Bonding of Piping Systems and Exposed Structural Steel
    250.118 Types of Equipment Grounding Conductors
    250.148 Continuity and Attachment of Equipment Grounding Conductors to Metal Boxes
    250.2 Definitions
    250.32 Buildings or Structures Supplied with Feeder
    250.4 General Requirements for Grounding and Bonding (A)(1)
    250.4 General Requirements for Grounding and Bonding (A)(2)
    250.4 General Requirements for Grounding and Bonding (A)(3)
    250.4 General Requirements for Grounding and Bonding (A)(4)
    250.4 General Requirements for Grounding and Bonding (A)(5)
    250.54 Supplementary Grounding Electrodes

Article 300 — WIRING METHODS
    300.15 Boxes, Conduit Bodies, or Fittings – Where Required
    300.5 Underground Installations

Article 310 — CONDUCTORS FOR GENERAL WIRING
    310.15 Ampacities for Conductors
    310.8 Locations

Article 334 (336 in 1999 NEC) — NONMETALLIC-SHEATHED CABLE
    334.10 Uses Permitted
    334.12 Uses Not Permitted

Article 376 (362 in 1999 NEC) — METAL WIREWAYS
    376 Objectives
    376.23 Wireway Sizing (A)
    376.23 Wireway Sizing (B)

Article 400 — FLEXIBLE CORDS AND CABLES
    400.7 Uses Permitted
    400.8 Uses Not Permitted

Article 404 (380 in 1999 NEC) — SWITCHES
    404.8 Accessibility and Grouping

Article 406 — RECEPTACLE, CORD CONNECTORS, AND ATTACHMENT PLUGS
    406.8 Receptacles in Damp or Wet Locations (A)
    406.8 Receptacles in Damp or Wet Locations (B)(1)
    406.8 Receptacles in Damp or Wet Locations (B)(2)

Article 408 (384 in 1999 NEC) — SWITCHBOARDS AND PANELBOARDS
    408.21 Grounded Conductor Terminations
    408.21 Grounded Conductor Terminations (Open Neutral)
    408.21 Grounded Conductor Terminations (UL- 67)

Article 430 — MOTORS
    430.102 Disconnect Means Location
    430.52 Branch Circuit Short-Circuit Protection Device Rating

Article 440 — AIR-CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATING EQUIPMENT
    440.14 Location

Article 500 — Hazardous (Classified) Locations
    500.2 Definitions

Article 511 — COMMERCIAL GARAGES, REPAIR AND STORAGE
    511 Objectives

Article 514 — MOTOR FUEL DISPENSING FACILITIES
    514 Objectives

Article 517 — HEALTH CARE FACILITY
    517.13 Grounding of Receptacles and Fixed Electric Equipment in Patient Care Areas (A)
    517.13 Grounding of Receptacles and Fixed Electric Equipment in Patient Care Areas (B)

Article 525 — CARNIVALS, CIRCUSES, FAIRS, AND SIMILAR EVENTS
    525.32 Grounding Conductor Continuity Assurance

Article 527 — TEMPORARY INSTALLATIONS
    527.4 General

Article 547 — AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS
    547.10 Equipotential Planes and Bonding of Equipotential Planes
    547.5 Wiring Methods (C)
    547.5 Wiring Methods (G)
    547.9 Electrical Supply to Building or Structure from a Distribution Point

Article 555 — MARINAS AND BOATYARDS
    555.1 Scope
    555.17 Boat Receptacle Disconnecting Means
    555.2 Definitions

Article 600 — SIGNS
    600.21 Ballasts, Transformers, and Electronic Power Supplies

Article 640 — AUDIO SIGNAL PROCESSING, AMPLIFICATION, AND REPRODUCTION EQUIPMENT
    640.2 Definition
    640.3 Location of Other Articles
    640.6 Mechanical Execution of Work/Cable Support

Article 647 — SENSITIVE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
    647 - Electronic Equipment Power

Article 680 — SWIMMING POOLS, FOUNTAINS, AND SIMILAR INSTALLATIONS
    680.12 Maintenance Disconnecting Means
    680.22 Area Lighting, Receptacles, and Equipment (A)(4)
    680.22 Area Lighting, Receptacles, and Equipment (A)(5)
    680.26 Bonding

Article 690 — SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS
    690.14 Additional Provisions

Article 692 — FUEL CELL SYSTEMS
    692.1 Scope

Article 700 — EMERGENCY SYSTEMS
    700.12 General Requirements

Article 702 — OPTIONAL STANDBY SYSTEMS
    702.1 Scope
    702.10 Portable Generator Grounding (A)
    702.10 Portable Generator Grounding (B)
    702.6 Transfer Equipment

Article 725 — CLASS 1, CLASS 2, AND CLASS 3 REMOTE-CONTROL, SIGNALING, AND POWER-LIMITED CIRCUITS
    725 - Objectives
    725.2 Definitions
    725.3 Locations of Other Articles
    725.6 Mechanical Execution of Work

Article 800 — COMMUNICATION CIRCUITS
    800 Objectives
    800.2 Definitions
    800.52 Locations and Other Articles
    800.6 Mechanical Execution of Work

Article 810 — RADIO AND TELEVISION EQUIPMENT
    810 Objectives
    810.21 Grounding Conductors – Receiving Stations

 

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