This course focuses on sizing the service load for a dwelling unit. Sizing the service load for a dwelling unit is not simply a matter of adding up the individual loads or the rated current for all the breaker sizes. The Code recognizes there's load diversity and that not all loads will be in use simultaneously. Therefore, it provides various "demand factors" which are to be applied to calculate the "demand load." The Code provides two different load calculation methods-optional and standard; both methods are explained in this course.
The following are the Parts covered in this course:
Part A-Optional Method Load Calculations
Part B-Standard Method Load Calculations
Part C-Neutral Load Calculations
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Product Code: 23CALCOL-U6 Price: $29.00
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