1999 National Electrical Code Index

Supplied by Mike Holt

 

Air Conditioning - Article 440

 

Conductor Size

440-032

Disconnect, Readily Accessible

440-014

Protection, 175%

440-022

 

 

Antennas - Article 810

 

Clearances

810-018

Grounding

810-021

Grounding, Cable

810-020

 

 

Appliances - Article 424

 

Cords

422-016(a)(2)

Disconnect

422- Part C

Disconnect, Cord

422-023

Disconnect, Unit Switch

422-033

Dishwasher

422-016(b)(2)

Disposal

422-016(a)(1)

Paddle Fan Support, See 370-27(c)

422-018

Trash Compactor

422-016(b)(2)

Water Heaters

422-013

 

 

Armored Cable (Type AC) - Article 333

 

Ampacity

333-020 Exc.

Attics and Roof Spaces

333-012

Bending Radius

333-008

Exposed Work

333-011

Framing Members (Through)

333-010

Support

333-007

Uses, Not Permitted

333-004

Uses, Permitted

333-003

Whip, Support Not Required

333-007(b)(3)

 

 

Bonding

 

Class I Hazardous Locations

501-016(a)

Class II Hazardous Locations

502-016(a)

Class III Hazardous Locations

503-016(a)

Enclosures

250-096

Equipment Bonding Jumpers

250-102

Gas Piping

250-104(b)

Hazardous (Classified) Locations

250-100

Lightning, Protection Systems

250-106

Loosely Jointed Metal Raceways

250-098

Metal Piping

250-104(c)

Mobile/Manufactured  Home

550-011(c)

Over 250 Volts Circuits

250-097

Pool

680-022

Receptacles

250-146

Service Equipment

250-092

Service Equipment, Methods

250-094

Service Equipment, Methods

250-094

Service Raceways

250-092

Spas and Hot Tubs, Indoors

680-041(d)

Structural Steel

250-104(d)

Transformers, See 250-104(a)(4)

250-32

Water Fountains

680-053

Water Pipe

250-104(a)

 

 

Boxes - Article 370

 

1/4 Inch from Finish

370-020

Access to Electrical Equipment

300-023

Accessible

370-029

Corrosion, See 370-40(a)

300-006

Covers/Plates, See 370-41, 410-12

370-025

Damp Location

370-015

Emergency Circuits

700-009(a)

Exposed Surface Extensions

370-022

Extension Rings

370-016(a)

Extension Rings, Conductor Length

370-014

Fixture Box

370-027(a)

Floor Box

370-027(b)

Floor Box, Dwelling Unit

210-052(a)(3)

Gaps or Space Around Boxes

370-021

Grounding, See 250-148

370-004

Hazardous (Class I) Locations

501-004

Hazardous (Class II) Locations

502-004

Junction Box, Sizing

370-028

Manhole

370 Part D

Nonmetallic Boxes

370-003

Number of Wires

370-016

Paddle Fan

370-027(c)

Pool Light, Junction Box

680-021

Pull and Junction Boxes

370-028(a)

Raised Floor, See 300-22(d), 645-5(d)

645-5(d)

Spread of Fire

300-021

Support, See 370-43 Nonmetallic Box

370-023

Support, Suspended Ceiling

370-023(d)

Underground Splices, See 300-15(g)

300-005(e)

Unused Openings, 110-12(a), 373-4

370-018

Volume, Cubic Inches

370-016(a) Table

Wet Location

370-015

When Required

300-015(a)

 

 

Branch Circuits - Article 210

 

Air Conditioning

440-032

Bathroom, 20 Ampere Circuit

210-11(c)(3)

Busway

364-008

Classification Rating

210-003

Cord Connected Equipment

210-023(a)

Electric Space Heating, 125%

424-003(b)

Emergency Power

700-018

Equipment Fastened in Place

210-023(a)

House Panel Circuits

210-025

Inductive Loads

210-022(b)

Laundry, 20 Ampere, See 220-16(b)

210-011(c)(2)

Minimum Size

210-019(d)

Motors, Sized at 125%

430-022(a)

Multiwire Branch Circuits

210-004

Overcurrent Protection

240-003

Ranges

210-019(c)

Recreational Vehicles

551-042

Refrigeration Equipment

440-032

Sign

600-005(a)

Small Appliance, See 220-16(a)

210-011(c)(1)

Taps, See 210-24

210-019(d)

Temporary Wiring

305-004(c)

Voltage Drop, Branch Circuit

210-019(a) FPN 4

Voltage Limit

210-006

 

 

Busways - Article 364

 

Branch Circuit, Busways

364-008

Dead Ends to Be Closed

364-007

Extension, Through Walls and Floors

364-006

Marking

364-015

Overcurrent Protection, Feeders

364-010

Overcurrent, Branch Circuits

364-013

Reduction in Size

364-011

Support

364-005

Tap, Feeder or Branch Circuit

364-012

Uses

364-004

 

 

Cable Trays - Article 318

 

Cable Installation

318-008

Conductor Ampacity

318-011

Fill, Multiconductor Cables

318-009

Fill, Single Conductors

318-010

Grounding

318-007

Grounding

318-008

Installation, Requirements

318-006

Uses, Not Permitted

318-004

Uses, Permitted

318-003

 

 

Cables

 

Access to Electrical Equipment

300-023

Armored Cable, Type AC

333-001

Bored Holes

300-004(a)(1)

Burial Depth

300-005(a)

Bushing, See 300-16(b), 300-4(f)

300-005(h)

Continuity Electrical, See 300-13

300-010

Continuity Mechanical, See 300-12

300-012

Corrosion Protection

300-006

Ducts

300-022(a)

Fitting, Use Only As Designed For

300-015(a)

Framing Members (Through)

300-004(d)

Habitable Rooms

300-022(c) Exc. 3

Listing, Class 2, Class 3, PLTC Cables

725-071

Metal Clad Cable, Type MC

334-001

Nonmetallic-Sheath Cable

336-001

Notching Wood

300-004(a)(2)

Protection from Nails and Screws

300-004(b)(2)

Raised Floor Wiring, See 300-22(d)

645-005(d)(5)

Raised Floor, See 645-5(d)

300-022(d)

Service Entrance Cable, SE and USE

338-001

Spread of Fire

300-021

Support, Suspended Ceiling

300-011(a)

Termination

373-005(c)

Type UF

339-001

Under Buildings

300-005(c)

 

 

 

 

Load Calculations Standard - Article 220, Part B

 

Appliance, Dwelling Unit

220-017

Dryer, Dwelling Unit

220-018

Electric Space Heating

220-015

General Lighting Demand Factors

220-011

General Lighting VA Load

220-003(a)

Kitchen Equipment, Commercial

220-020

Laundry, Circuit 1,500 VA

220-016(b)

Lighting, 180 VA, Commercial

220-003(b)(11)

Loads Evenly Among Circuits

210-011(d)

Mobile/Manufactured  Home

550-007

Neutral

220-022

Noncoincidental Loads

220-021

Ranges, Dwelling Unit

220-019

Receptacle, 180 VA

220-003(b)(9)

Sign, See 600-5

220-003(c)(6)

Small Appliance Circuit, 1,500 VA

220-016(a)

Track Light Load

220-012(b)

Voltage, See 220-2

110-004

 

 

Load Calculations Optional - Article 220, Part C

 

Dwelling Unit, Existing

220-035

Dwelling Unit, New

220-030

Farm

220-040

Multifamily Dwelling Unit

220-032

Restaurant

220-036

School

220-034

 

 

Carnival, Circuses and Fairs - Article 525

 

Disconnect

525-30

GFCI Protection

515-18

Overhead Conductor, Clearances

525-12

Splices

525-14

Wiring Methods

525-13

 

 

CATV - Article 820

 

Access to Electrical Equipment

820-005

Air-Handling Spaces, See 300-22(c)

820-003(b)

Entering Buildings

820-011

Fire Resistance Cables

820-049

Grounding

820-040

Installation, Cables and Equipment

820-052

Listing and Marking

820-050

Neat and Workmanship Like Manner

820-006

Outside

820-010

Plenums Spaces, See 300-22(c)

820-003(b)

Spread of Fire, See 300-21

820-003(a)

Support, By Building Structure

820-006

 

 

Circuit Breakers - Article 240, Part G

 

Back-Fed

384-016(g)

Bathroom, Dwelling Unit

240-024(e)

Clothes Closets

240-024(d)

Continuous Load, 80%

384-016(d)

Deteriorating Agents, See 110-12(c)

240-024(c) FPN

Easily Ignitable Material

240-024(d)

Handle-Ties

240-020(b)

Height, 6' 7", See240-24(a)(4)

380-008(a)

Indicating, "Open" or "Closed"

240-081

Interrupting Rating

240-083(c)

Marking

240-083

Neutral, Switched, See 514-5

380-002(b)

Occupant Access, See 230-91(b)

240-024(b)

Physical Damage, See 110-11

240-024(c)

Readily Accessible

240-024(a)

Series Rating

240-086

Slash Voltage Rating

240-085

Standard Sizes

240-006(a)

Straight Voltage Rating

240-085

Used As Switch (SWD), See 380-8(a)

240-083(d)

Vertical Position, See 240-81

240-033

Wet Location

380-004

 

 

Class 1 Control Circuits - Article 725, Part B

 

Access to Electrical Equipment

725-005

Air-Handling Spaces, See 300-22(c)

725-003(b)

Circuit Requirements

725-015

Conductors

725-027

Mixing Circuits, Enclosure or Raceway

725-026

Neat and Workmanship Manner

725-007

Overcurrent Protection

725-023

Plenum Space, See 300-22(c)

725-003(b)

Power Source Requirements

725-021

Safety-Control Equipment

725-008

Spread of Fire, See 300-21

725-003(a)

Support, By Building Structure

725-007

Wiring Methods

725-025

 

 

Class 1 Control Circuits - Article 725, Part C

 

Access to Electrical Equipment

725-005

Air-Handling Spaces, See 300-22(c)

725-003(b)

Cable Requirements

725-061

Mixing Circuit ,Enclosure or Raceway

725-054

Neat and Workmanship Manner

725-007

Plenum Space, See 300-22(c)

725-003(b)

Power Sources

725-041

Requirements

725-015

Safety-Control Equipment

725-008

Spread of Fire, See 300-21

725-003(a)

Support, By Building Structure

725-007

Wiring Methods

725-052

 

 

Class 1 Control Circuits - Article 725, Part C

 

Access to Electrical Equipment

725-005

Air-Handling Spaces, See 300-22(c)

725-003(b)

Cable Requirements

725-061

Mixing Circuit, Enclosure or Raceway

725-054

Neat and Workmanship Manner

725-007

Plenum Space, See 300-22(c)

725-003(b)

Power Sources

725-041

Requirements

725-015

Safety-Control Equipment

725-008

Spread of Fire, See 300-21

725-003(a)

Support, By Building Structure

725-007

Wiring Methods

725-052

 

 

Code Introduction - Article 90

 

Code Arrangement

090-003

Definitions

100 (Part A)

Electric Utilities, Exempt

090-002(b)(5)

Fine Print Notes

090-005(c)

Formal Interpretations

090-006

Mandatory Rules

090-005(a)

NEC Purpose, Safety

090-001

Permissive Rules

090-005(b)

Telephone Utilities, Exempted

090-002(b)(4)

 

 

Computer Rooms - Article 645

 

Branch Circuit

645-005(a)

Cables Beyond Computer Room

645-006

Connecting Cables, See 645-5(c)

645-005(b)

Disconnect

645-010

Fire Boundaries, See 300-21

645-007

Raised Floor Wiring, See 300-22(d)

645-005(d)(5)

Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)

645-011

 

 

Conductors - Article 310

 

6 Inches Free

300-014

Air Conditioning, Size

440-032

Area Square Inch

Chapter 9, Table 5

Bare, Conductor

Chapter 9, Table 8

Bushings, See 300-4(f)

300-004(f)

Color Code

310-012

Color Code Not Required

210-005

Compact Aluminum

Chapter 9, Table 5(a)

Conductor Ampacity Continuous Load

210-019(a)

Conductor Fill, See Appendix C

300-017

Copper unless Otherwise Identified

110-005

Corrosive Conditions

310-009

Current Carrying

310-015(b)

Derating, Above 86°F

310-016 Table

Derating, Conductor Bunching

310-015(b)(2)

Dwelling Unit, 120/240 Volt

310-015(b)(6)

Electric Space Heating @ 125%

424-003(b)

Generator, See 240-021(g)

445-005

Grouping Conductors, See 300-5(i)

300-003(b)

High-Leg, See 230-56 and 384-3(e)

215-008

Insulation Specifications

310-013 Table

Minimum Size

310-005

Motors, Branch @ 125%

430-022(a)

Motors, Feeder Size

430-024

Neutral, White or Natural Gray

200-006

Nipple, See 310-15(b)(2) Exc. 3

Chapter 9, Table 1

Overcurrent Protection

240-003

Parallel Requirements

310-004

Pigtail

300-013(b)

Resistance, See Chapter 9, Table 9

Chapter 9, Table 8

Sign

600-005(a)

Size, Terminal Rating

110-014(c)

Specifications

310-13 Table

Splices Not Permitted In Raceway

300-013(a)

Splices, General Requirements

110-014(b)

Support, Vertical Raceways

300-019

Temperature Limitation, See 110-14(c)

310-010

Terminals Rated 60ºC

110-014(c)(1)

Terminals Rated 75ºC

110-014(c)(2)

Terminals, Torque

110-014 FPN

Termination

110-014(a)

Underground Splices, 300-15(b)

300-005(e)

 

 

Conduit Body

 

Number, Conductor Fill

370-016(c)

Splices, Permitted

370-016(c)

 

 

Cooking Equipment

 

Demand Factor, See 210-19

220-019

Disconnect

422-032

Exhaust Fan Wiring, See 300-22(a)

410-004(c)

Receptacle, Rating

210-021(b)(4)

Tap Conductor

210-019(c) Exc. 1

 

 

Cords - Article 400

 

Ampacity

400-005

Appliances, See 422-22 Disconnect

422-016(a)

Cord Connected Equipment, 80%

210-023(a)

Disconnect, Appliances

422-032

Grounding Conductor Identification

400-023

Lighting Fixtures, See 410-31(c)

410-030

Neutral, Flexible Cords

400-022

Overcurrent Protection, See 240-4

400-013

Pool Equipment

680-007

Protection against Physical Damage

400-014

Specifications

400-004 Table

Splices

400-009

Strain Relief at Terminals

400-010

Temporary Wiring

305-004

Uses, Not Permitted

400-008

Uses, Permitted

400-007

 

 

Disconnecting Means

 

A/C and Refrigeration Equipment

440-014

Air Conditioning, In Sight and Readily

440-014

Capacitors

460-008(c)

Computer/Data Processing Room

645-010

Cord, Appliance

422-023

Duct Heaters

424-065

Electric Space Heating (Part C)

424-019 Thru 22

Gasoline Dispenser

514-005

Hot Tub, Outdoors

680-012

Identification

110-022

Marina Shore Power Receptacles

555-004

Mobile/Manufactured Home, See 550-23

550-006

Motor

430-102

Motor Control Circuits

430-074

Motor Controller

430-101

Pool

680-012

Refrigeration, In Sight and Readily

440-014

Separate Buildings or Structures

225 Part B

Service

230-070 Thru 83

Sign

600-006

Spa, Outdoors

680-012

Temporary Wiring

305-004(e)

Transformer, None Required

450 Article

 

 

Electric Heat - Article 424

 

Baseboard Heater

424-009

Conductor Size, 125%

424-003(b)

Disconnect

424-019

Disconnect, Duct Heaters

424-065

Overcurrent Protection, 125%

424-003(b)

Receptacle, Baseboard Heater

424-009

Thermostat, Not A Disconnect

424-020(b)

 

 

Electrical Metallic Tubing - Article 348

 

Bends, How Made

348-011

Bends, Number in One Run

348-012

Bushings, See 300-4(f)

300-004(f)

Couplings and Connectors

348-010

Reaming and Threading

348-09

Size, 1/2 to 4 Inch

348-007

Support

348-013

Uses, Not Permitted

348-005

Uses, Permitted

348-004

Wet Location

348-006

 

 

Electrical Nonmetallic Tubing - Article 331

 

Bending Radius

331-009

Bends, Number in One Run

331-011

Concrete Installations

331-003(6)

Direct Earth Burial

331-004(5)

Joints, PVC Fitting Okay

331-008

Prewired Assemblies

331-003(8)

Size, 1/2 to 2 Inch

331-005

Support

331-011

Uses, Not Permitted

331-004

Uses, Permitted

331-003

 

 

Emergency Systems - Article 700

 

Audible and Visual Signal Devices

700-007

Battery Packs (Unit Equipment)

700-012(e)

Branch Circuit

700-018

Capacity and Rating

700-005(a)

Generator

700-012(b)

Ground-Fault Protection of Equipment

700-026

Grounding Electrode Conductor

700-008(b)

Identification, Enclosures/Equipment

700-009(a)

Lighting Requirements

700-016

Load on Emergency Branch Circuits

700-015

Overcurrent Protection, Accessible

700-025

Separate Service

700-012(d)

Sign

700-008

Storage Battery

700-012(a)

Test and Maintenance

700-004

Transfer Switch Equipment

700-006

Uninterruptible Power Supply

700-012(c)

Wiring, Kept Independent

700-009(b)

 

 

Equipment Rules

 

1/4 Inch Air Space

300-006(c)

Cleaning and Lubricating Compounds

110-011 FPN 2

Cooling, See 450-9

110-013(b)

Dedicated Equipment Space

110-026(f)

Deteriorating Agents

110-011

Deteriorating Temperatures

110-011

Identification, Circuits

110-022

Installation to Listing Instructions

110-003(b)

Interrupting Rating

110-009

Manufacturer’s Markings

110-021

Mounting With Wood Plugs

110-013(a)

Neat and Workmanship Manner

110-012

Protection against Physical Damage

110-027(b)

Protection, Internal Parts

110-012(c)

Series Rating, See 240-86

110-022

Short-Circuit Current Rating

110-010

Short-Circuits and Ground-Faults

110-007

Testing Laboratory

090-007

Unused Openings, See 373-4, 370-18

110-012(a)

Warning Signs – Exposed Live Parts

110-027(c)

Wok Space, Access

110-026

Work Space Illumination

110-026(d)

Work Space, Entrance

110-026(c)

Work Space, Headroom

110-026(e)

Work Space, No Storage

110-026(b)

Working Space, Clearance

110-026(a)

 

 

Feeders - Article 215

 

10 Foot Tap

240-021(b)(1)

25 Foot Tap

240-021(b)(2)

Dwelling Unit, Size, See 310-15(b)(6)

215-002(b)

Ground-Fault Protection (GFPE)

215-010

Grounding, See 384-20

215-006

High-Leg, See 230-56 and 384-3(e)

215-008

Outside Building

225-032

Outside, Unlimited Length

240-021(b)(5)

Over 25 Foot Tap, High Bay Buildings

240-021(b)(4)

Overcurrent Protection

215-003

Size, Continuous Load, See 215-3

215-002(a)

Voltage Drop

215-002(d) FPN 2

 

 

Fire Alarm (Nonpower limited) Article 760, Part B

 

Access to Electrical Equipment

760-005

Air-Handling Spaces, See 300-22(c)

760-003(b)

Conductors

760-027

Extending Beyond One Building

760-007

Identification

760-010

Listing and Marking

760-031

Mixing Circuit in Enclosure or Raceway

760-026

Multiconductor Cables

760-030

Neat and Workmanship Manner

760-008

Number of Conductors

760-028

Overcurrent Protection

760-023

Plenums Spaces, See 300-22(c)

760-003(b)

Spread of Fire, See 300-21

760-003(a)

Support, By Building Structure

760-008

Wiring Methods

760-025

 

 

Fire Alarm (Power limited) Article 760, Part C

 

Access to Electrical Equipment

760-005

Air-Handling Spaces, See 300-22(c)

760-003(b)

Extending Beyond One Building

760-007

Identification

760-010

Listing and Marking Cables

760-071

Mixing Circuit in Enclosure or Raceway

760-054

Neat and Workmanship Manner

760-008

Plenums Spaces, See 300-22(c)

760-003(b)

Power Sources

760-041

Spread of Fire, See 300-21

760-003(a)

Support, By Building Structure

760-008

Wiring Methods

760-052

 

 

Fire Pumps - Article 695

 

Conductors Size

695-006(c)

Continuity of Power

695-004

Control Wiring

695-014

Power Sources

695-003

Service Conductors

695-006(a)

Transformer

695-005

Voltage Drop

695-007

 

 

Fixture Wire - Article 402

 

Ampacity

402-005

Conduit or Tubing, Appendix C

402-007

Minimum Size - 18 AWG

402-006

Neutral, Identification

402-008

Overcurrent Protection

402-012

Specifications

402-003 Table

Tap Conductor

410-067(c)

Uses, Not Permitted

402-011

Uses, Permitted

402-010

 

 

Flexible Metal Conduit - Article 350

 

Bends

350-016

Conductor Fill

350-012

Fitting

350-020

Grounding

350-014

Size

350-010

Support

350-018

Trimming

350-022

Uses, Not Permitted

350-005

Uses, Permitted

350-004

 

 

Fountains - Article 680, Part E

 

Bonding

680-053

General

680-050

GFCI Protection

680-056(a)

Grounding, Methods

680-054

Junction Box

680-052

 

 

Fuses - Article 240, Part E and F

 

Bathroom, Dwelling Unit

240-024(e)

Cartridge Fuse

240-060

Clothes Closets

240-024(d)

Continuous Load, 80%

384-016(d)

Current Limiting

240-011

Deteriorating Agents, See 110-12(c)

240-024(c) FPN

Easily Ignitable Material

240-024(d)

Edison Base Fuse

240-051(a)

Interrupting Rating

240-060(c)

Physical Damage, See 110-11

240-024(c)

Readily Accessible

240-024(a)

Standard Ratings

240-006(a)

Supplementary Fuses

240-010

Type S Fuses

240-053

 

 

Garages for Vehicle Repairs - Article 511

 

Charging Equipment, See Article 525

511-009

Class I, Division 1 Locations

511-003(a)

Class I, Division 2 Locations

511-003(b)

Classification, See 511-3

511-002

Equipment above Hazard Location

511-007

Fuel Dispensing Unit Within Building

511-003(e)

GFCI Protection, Receptacle

511-010

Portable Lighting Equipment

511-003(f)

Seal-offs

511-005

Wiring Above Hazardous Location

511-006

Wiring Methods, See 501-4

511-004

 

 

Gasoline Dispensers - Article 514

 

Disconnect, All Circuit Conductors

514-005

Grounding

514-016

Seal-offs, See 501-5

514-007

Underground Wiring

514-008

Wiring

514-003

Wiring Above Hazardous Location

514-004

 

 

Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupter - GFCI Protection

 

Hydromassage Bathtub

680-070

Light Fixture, Pool Area

680-006(b)(2)

Light Fixture, Spa/Hot Tub Indoor

680-041(b)

Light Fixture, Spa/Hot Tub Outdoor

680-006(b)(2)

Pool Light

680-20(a)(1)

Signs, Portable or Mobile

600-10

Spa and Hot Tub, Indoor

680-041(a)(3)

Spa and Hot Tub, Outdoor

680-042

 

 

GFCI Protection for Receptacles

 

Accessory Building, Dwelling Unit

210-008(a)(2)

Agricultural Building

574-9

Basement, Dwelling-Unit

210-008(a)(5)

Bathroom, Commercial

210-008(b)(1)

Bathroom, Dwelling Unit

210-008(a)(1)

Carnival, Circuses and Fairs

515-18

Commercial Garages

511-010

Crawl Space, Dwelling Unit

210-008(a)(4)

Elevator Pits

620-85

Garage, Dwelling Unit

210-008(a)(2)

Health Care Facilities, See 517-21

517-20(a)

Kitchen Countertop, Dwelling Unit

210-008(a)(6)

Marinas

555-003

Mobile/Manufactured Home

550-008(b)

Outdoor, Dwelling Unit

210-008(a)(3)

Replacement

210-007(d)

Rooftop, Commercial

210-008(b)(2)

Swimming Pool Area

680-6(a)(1)

Swimming Pool Area

680-6(a)(3)

Temporary Power

305-006

Wet Bar, Dwelling Unit

210-008(a)(7)

 

 

Grounding - Article 250

 

Clean Surfaces, See 250-96

250-012

Earth - Sole Path, See 250-2(d)

250-054

Effectively Grounded

250-136

Main Bonding Jumper

250-028

Neutral-to-Ground Connections

250-142

Purpose of Grounding

250-002

 

 

Grounding Conductor - Article 250, Part F

 

Color

250-119

Continuity

250-124

Installation

250-120

Objectionable Current

250-006

Size

250-122

Termination

250-130

Terminations

250-008

Types

250-118

 

 

Grounding Electrode - Article 250, Part C

 

Bonding Electrodes Together

250-058

Earth - Sole Path, See 250-2(d)

250-054

Grounding Electrode System

250-050

Lightning Protection, See 250-106

250-60

Made Electrode Resistance

250-056

Made Electrode Types

250-052

Supplementary Grounding Electrodes

250-054

Use of Air Terminals

250-060

 

 

Grounding Electrode Conductor - Article 250, Part C

Emergency Power Systems

700-008(b)

Installation

250-064

Legal Required Power Systems

701-009(b)

Material, See 250-64

250-062

Size

250-066

Splice

250-064(b)

Standby Power Systems

702-007(a)

Termination, Electrodes

250-070

Termination, Physical Damage

250-010

Termination, See 250-8

250-068

 

 

Grounding of Equipment, Article 250, Part F

 

Antenna Mast

810-015

Boxes

250-148

Cable Trays

318-007

CATV Cable

220-033

Clothes Dryers

250-140

Cord Connected Equipment

250-138

Enclosures

250-086

Equipment Fastened in Place

250-134

Feeder, See 250-126 and 410-58

215-006

Flexible Metal Conduit

350-014

Generators

250-030

Generators, Portable

250-034(a)

Generators, Vehicle-Mounted

250-034(b)

Hazardous (Class I) Location

501-016

Hazardous (Class II) Location

502-016

Hazardous (Class III) Location

503-016

Lighting Protection Equipment

250-106

Lightning Arrester

280-025

Liquidtight Metal Conduit

351-009

Marinas and Boatyards

555-008

Mobile/Manufactured  Home

550-011

Network Powered System Cable

830-040

Optical Fiber, Entrance Cable

770-033

Panelboard

384-020

Pool, See 680-25 and 680-41

680-024

Raceways

250-086

Ranges

250-140

Receptacle, General

250-146

Receptacle, Patient Care Areas

517-013(a)

Satellite Dish Mast

810-015

Separate Buildings or Structures

250-032

Service

250-024

Short Sections of Raceway

250-132

Spray Paint Booths

516-016

Switches, Patient Care Areas

517-013(a)

Switches, See 517-13(a) Exc. 3

380-012

Systems

250-020

Telephone Cable

810-021

Transformers

250-030

Underground Service Cable

250-084

 

 

Grounding of Services, Article 250, Part B

 

Bonding Jumper, Size

250-066

Enclosures

250-080

Main Bonding Jumper

250-028

Raceways

250-080

 

 

Harmonics and Lonlinear Loads

 

Cords

400-5

Multiwire Branch Circuits

210-4(a) FPN

Neutral, Current Carrying

310-15(b)(4)(c)

Neutral, See 220-22 FPN No. 2

220-22

Transformer Heat

450-3 FPN No. 2

Transformer Heat

450-9 FPN No. 2

 

 

Hazardous Class I Location, Article 501

 

Alarm

501-014

Attachment Plugs

501-012

Bonding Requirements

501-016(a)

Circuit Breakers

501-006

Class I Group Classifications

500-005(a)

Class I, Division 1 Location, Description

500-007(a)

Class I, Division 2 Location, Description

500-007(b)

Cords

501-011

Equipment

501-010

Equipment for Class and Properties

500-005(c)

Equipment for Class and Properties

500-005(c)

Fuses

501-006

Generator

501-008

Grounding

501-016

Lighting Fixture

501-009

Motor

501-008

Multiwire Branch Circuits

501-018

Receptacle

501-012

Remote-Control

501-014

Seal-offs

501-005

Signaling

501-014

Switches

501-006

Wiring Methods

501-004

 

 

Hazardous Class II Location - Article 502

 

Alarm

502-014

Attachment Plugs

502-013

Bonding

502-016(a)

Circuit Breakers

502-006

Class II Group Classifications

500-005(b)

Class II Group Classifications

500-005(b)

Class II, Division 1 Location, Description

500-008(a)

Class II, Division 2 Location, Description

500-008(b)

Cords

502-012

Dust-Ignitionproof, Definition

502-001

Equipment

502-010

Fuses

502-006

Generator

502-008

Grounding

502-016

Lighting Fixture

502-011

Motor

502-008

Multiwire Branch Circuits

502-018

Receptacle

502-013

Remote-Control

502-014

Seal Locations

502-005

Signaling

502-014

Switches

502-006

Wiring Methods

502-004

 

 

Hazardous Class III Location - Article 503

 

Alarm

503-012

Attachment Plugs

503-011

Bonding

503-016(a)

Circuit Breakers

503-004

Circuit Breakers

503-004

Class III, Division 1, Description

500-009(a)

Class III, Division 2, Description

500-009(b)

Cords

503-010

Equipment

503-008

Fuses

503-004

Generator

503-006

Grounding

503-016

Lighting Fixture

503-009

Motor

503-006

Motor Controllers

503-004

Receptacle

503-011

Remote-Control

503-012

Signaling

503-012

Switches

503-004

Wiring Methods

503-003

 

 

Hazardous Zone Location - Article 550

 

Bonding

505-025

Classification

505-007

Equipment

505-020

General Requirements

505-003

Grounding

505-025

Group Classification

505-007

Listing and Marking, Documentation

505-010

Location

505-003

Reference Standards

505-005

Temperature

505-008

Zone Classification

505-009

 

 

Health Care Facilities - Article 517

 

Isolated Ground Receptacle

517-016

Receptacle, Hospital Grade, See 517-19

517-018

Receptacles, Patient Care Area

517-013(a)

Switches, Patient Care Areas

517-013(a)

Veterinary Facilities, Not Applicable

517-001 FPN 1

 

 

High-Leg

 

Orange, Feeder

215-8

Orange, Panels and Switchboards

384-3(e)

Orange, Service

230-56

Phase Arrangement

384-3(f)

 

 

Inspectors Responsibilities

 

Approval, 90-4, 90-7, 110-2 110-3

110-002

Code Enforcement

090-004

Interperation of the Rules

090-004

 

 

Intermediate Metal Conduit - Article 345

 

Aluminum Fittings

345-003(a) Exc.

Bends, How Made

345-010

Bends, Number in One Run

345-011

Bushings, See 300-4(f)

345-015

Corrosion Protection

345-003(b)

Couplings and Connectors

345-009

Dissimilar Metals

343-003(a)

Reaming and Threading

345-008

Running Threads

345-009(b)

Size, 1/2 to 4 Inches

345-006

Support

345-012

Uses

345-003

Wet Location

345-005

 

 

Intrinsically Safe Systems - Article 504

 

Bonding

504-060

Equipment Approval

504-004

Equipment Installation

504-010

Grounding

504-050

Identification

504-080

Sealing

504-070

Separation from Other Circuits

504-030

Wiring Methods

504-020

 

 

Legal Standby Systems - Article 701

 

Ahead of Service Disconnect

701-011(e)

Audible and Visual Signal Devices

701-008

Battery Packs (Unit Equipment)

701-011(f)

Capacity and Rating

701-006

Definition

701-002

Generator

701-011(b)

Grounding Electrode Conductor

701-009(b)

Separate Service

701-011(d)

Sign

701-009

Storage Battery

701-011(a)

Test and Maintenance

701-005

Transfer Switch Equipment

701-007

Uninterruptible Power Supply

701-011(c)

Wiring

701-010

 

 

Lighting Fixtures - Article 410

 

Bathtub and Shower Space

410-004(d)

Clothes Closets

410-008

Combustible Material, See 410-65

410-005

Combustible Material, See 410-68

410-065

Conductors

410-024

Cooking Hood, See 300-22(a)

410-004(c)

Cords, See 410-14 and 410-030

410-031(c)

Corrosion

410-004(b)

Cove Lighting

410-009

Cover, See 370-25

410-012

Damp Location

410-004(a)

Discharge Lighting Fixtures

410-014

Emergency Lighting Requirements

700-016

Hazardous (Class I) Location

501-009

Hazardous (Class II) Location

502-011

Hazardous (Class III) Location

503-009

Metal Poles

410-015(b)

Not Exceeding 277 Volts

225-007(c)

Paddle Fan, See 410-4(d)

422-018

Pendant Lampholders

410-027(a)

Polarity

410-023

Pool, GFCI Protection

680-006(b)(2)

Pool, Storage

680-032

Raceway, Used As

410-031

Receptacle Adapters, Not Permitted

410-047

Required, Commercial

210-070(c)

Required, Dwelling Unit

210-070(a)

Spas and Hot Tubs, Indoors, GFCI

680-041(b)

Support, Box

410-016(a)

Support, Paddle Fan, See 370-27(c)

422-018

Support, Suspended Ceiling Support

410-016(c)

Support, Trees Okay

410-016(h)

Tap Conductor, See 220-24 Table

210-019(d)

Temperature Limitation of Conductors

410-011

Track Lighting

410-101 Thru 104

Trees Okay to Support

410-016(h)

Used for Raceway

410-032

Wet Location

410-004(a)

 

 

Liquidtight Conduit - Article 351

 

Bends, See 351-30 Nonmetallic

351-010

Conductor Fill, See 351-25 Nonmetallic

351-006

Fitting, See 351-26 Nonmetallic

351-007

Grounding, See 351-28 Nonmetallic

351-009

Size, See 351-24 Nonmetallic

351-005

Support

351-008

Use, See 351-23 Nonmetallic

351-004(a)

 

 

Marinas and Boatyards - Article 555

 

Disconnect, Receptacles

555-004

Gasoline Dispenser

555-010

Grounding

555-008

Receptacle, GFCI Protection

555-003

Receptacle, Shore Power

555-003

Service Calculation

555-006

Service Equipment, Location

555-011

Wiring Methods

555-007

 

 

Metal Clad Cable (Type MC) - Article 334

 

Ampacity

334-013

Bending Radius

334-011

Fitting

334-012

Fixture Whip, Support Not Required

334-010(b)

Support

334-010(a)

Uses, Not Permitted

334-004

Uses, Permitted

334-003

 

 

Mobile/Manufactured Homes - Article 550

 

Appliance Terminal Connections

550-010(j)

Attachment Plugs

550-005(c)

Bonding

550-011(c)

Branch Circuit Calculations

550-007

Disconnect, See 550-23

550-006

Feeder Conductors

550-024

Feeder to Home

550-005(a)

GFCI Requirements

550-008(b)

Grounding

550-011

Handle-Ties

550-006(c)

Metal Faceplates, Grounded

550-010(d)

Nameplate

550-006(d)

Neutral, Insulated

550-011(a)

Overcurrent Protection

550-006(b)

Panelboard, Not In Bathrooms

550-006(a)

Park Demand Factors

550-022

Park Distribution Center

550-021

Power Supply

550-005

Raceway, Requirements

550-010(f)

Ranges and Clothes Dryers

550-010(e)

Receptacle, Outdoors

550-015

Receptacle, Requirements

550-008

Service Equipment

550-023

Service/Feeder Calculations

550-013

Wiring Methods

550-010

Working Space

550-006(a)

 

 

Motors - Article 430

 

Branch Circuit Protection

430-052 and 152

Conductor Size, With Other Loads

430-025

Controller, Enclosure Types

430-091

Controller, Not Open All Conductors

430-084

Controller, One for Each Motor

430-087

Disconnect, All Conductors

430-103

Disconnect, Control Circuits

430-074

Disconnect, Each Motor

430-112

Disconnect, Location

430-102

Disconnect, Marked "Off or On"

430-104

Disconnect, Readily Accessible

430-107

Disconnect, Types

430-109

Feeder, Conductor Size

430-024

Feeder, Short-Circuit Protection

430-061 and 62

FLC Instead of Nameplate Current

430-006(a)

FLC, DC Motors

430-147 Table

FLC, Single Phase

430-148 Table

FLC, Three Phase

430-150 Table

Location, Motors

430-014

Lock Rotor Current

430-151 Table

Orderly Shutdown

430-044

Overload, Fuses

430-036

Tap Conductor

430-028

 

 

Network Powered Systems - Article 830

 

Access to Electrical Equipment

830-006

Air-Handling Spaces, See 300-22

820-003(b)

Bends

830-057

Entering Buildings

830-011

Entrance Cables

830-009

Equipment and Cables

830-005

Grounding Cable

830-040

Installation, Cables and Equipment

830-058

Neat and Workmanship Manner

830-007

Plenums Spaces, See 300-22

820-003(b)

Power Limitations

830-004

Protection against Physical Damage

830-056

Spread of Fire, See 300-21

830-003(a)

Support, By Building Structure

830-007

Wiring Methods

830-054

 

 

Neutral (Grounded Conductor) - Article 200

 

Cooking Unit

210-019(c)

Current Carrying

310-015(b)(4)

Feeder/Service Calculations

220-022

Fixture Wire, Identification

402-008

Flexible Cords

400-022

Harmonics, See 210-4(a)

220-022 FPN 2

Identification of Different Systems

200-006(d)

Mobile Home

550-011(a)

Multiwire Branch Circuits

210-004(c)

Pigtail

300-013(b)

Polarity

200-011

Screw Shell Termination

200-010(c)

Switched, See 514-5(a)

380-002(b)

White or Natural Gray

200-006

 

 

Nonmetallic Sheath Cable - Article 336

 

Ampacity, Based On 60°C

336-026

Attics and Roof Spaces, See 333-12

336-006(d)

Basements

336-006(c)

Bending Radius

336-016

Exposed

336-006

Framing Members (Through)

336-009

Support

336-018

Uses, Not Permitted

336-005

Uses, Permitted

336-004

 

 

Optical Fiber Cable - Article 770

 

Access to Electrical Equipment

725-007

Air-Handling Spaces, See 300-22

770-003(b)

Grounding, Entrance Cables

770-033

Installation

770-052

Listed Cables and Raceways

770-051

Neat and Workmanship Manner

725-008

Plenums Spaces, See 300-22

770-003(b)

Raceway System

770-006

Spread of Fire, See 300-21

770-003(a)

Support, By Building Structure

725-008

Types

770-005

 

 

Optional Standby Power - Article 702

 

Audible and Visual Signal Devices

702-007

Capacity and Rating

702-005

Definition

702-002

Grounding Electrode Conductor

702-008(b)

Sign

702-008

Transfer Switch Equipment

702-006

 

 

Outside Wiring - Article 225

 

Clearance from Building Openings

225-019

Clearance from Ground

225-018

Festoon Lighting, See 225-13

225-006(b)

Lighting, Not Exceed 277 Volts

225-007(c)

Overhead Conductor, Size

225-006(a)

Point of Attachment, See 230-26

225-016

Raceway, Raintight /Arranged to Drain

225-022

Trees Not Permitted for Support

225-026

Wiring Methods

230-010

 

 

Overcurrent Protection - Article 240

 

Bathroom, Dwelling Unit

240-024(e)

Capacitor

460-25

Circuits Rated 800 Amperes or Less

240-003(b)

Circuits Rated Over 800 Amperes

240-003(c)

Conductors

240-003

Continuous Load, 80%

384-016(d)

Cords, See 240-4

400-013

Current Limiting

240-011

Deteriorating Agents, See 110-12(c)

240-024(c) FPN

Easily Ignitable Material

240-024(d)

Electric Space Heating, 125%

424-003(b)

Emergency Circuits, Accessible

700-025

Feeder

215-003

Fixture Wire, See 402-12

240-004(b)(2)

Flexible Cords, See 400-13

240-004(b)(1)

Ground-Fault Protection of Equipment

240-013

Mobile Home

550-006(b)

Motor Branch Circuit

430-052

Motor Control Circuits

430-072

Occupant Access, See 230-91(b)

240-024(b)

Physical Damage, See 110-11

240-024(c)

Readily Accessible

240-024(a)

Service Conductors, See 230-91

230-090

Standard Sizes

240-006(a)

Supplementary Protection

240-010

Tap Conductor, See 240-21

240-003(e)

 

 

Panel and Disconnect Cabinets - Article 373

 

1/4 Inch Air Space

373-003

Damp Location

373-002

Hazardous (Classified) Location

373-002

Splices and Taps, Permitted

373-008

Unused Openings

373-004

Used As Junction Box, Permitted

373-008

Wet Location

373-002

Wire Bending Space At Terminal

373-006(a) Table

 

 

Panelboard (guts) - Article 384, Part C

 

Back-Fed, Circuit Breakers

384-016(g)

Continuous Load, 80%

384-016(d)

Delta Breaker Not Permitted

384-016(f)

Grounding

384-020

High Leg, Marking

384-003(e)

Identification of Circuits

384-013

Number Overcurrent Devices

384-015

Overcurrent Protection

384-016

Phase Arrangement

384-003(f)

Sprinkler Protection, See 110-26(f)

384-004

Transformer, Supplied By

384-016(e)

 

 

Places of Assembly - Article 518

 

Occupancy Types

518-002

Temporary Wiring

518-003(b)

Wiring Methods

518-004

 

 

Plenum Cable

 

CATV, MATV, CCTV

820-51(a)

Control and Signaling (Class 2 and 3)

725-61(a)

Fire Alarm Cables

760-61(a)

Network Broadband, See 830-55(a)

830-54(a)

Optical Fiber Cables

770-53(a)

Sound System Cables

640-9(c) and 725-61(a)

Telecommunication Systems

800-53(a)

 

 

Raceways General - Article 300

 

1/4 Inch Air Space

300-006(c)

Access to Electrical Equipment

300-023

Area Square Inch

Chapter 9, Table 4

Back Fill

300-005(f)

Bored Holes

300-004(a)(1)

Burial Depth

300-005(a)

Bushings, See 300-4(f)

300-004(f)

Complete Before Installing Conductors

300-018(a)

Continuity Mechanical

300-012

Continuity, See 300-12 and 300-13

300-010

Corrosion Protection

300-006

Ducts

300-022(a)

Emergency Circuits, Independent

700-009

Expansion Joints, See 250-98, 347-9

300-007(b)

Exposed to Different Temperatures

300-007(a)

Fitting, Use Only As Designed For

300-015(a)

Fixture, Used for Raceway

410-031

Guys and Braces for Service Mast

230-028

Habitable Rooms

300-022(c) Exc. 3

Hysteresis, Induced Heating

300-020

Nipple, Note 4

Chapter 9, Table 1

Notching Wood

300-004(a)(2)

Number of Conductors, See Appendix C

300-017

Other Systems In Raceway

300-008

Raised Floor, See 645-5(d)

300-022(d)

Service Mast

230-028

Splices Not Permitted In Raceway

300-013(a)

Spread of Fire

300-021

Support, Suspended Ceiling

300-011(a)

Suspended Ceiling Space

300-022(c)

Underground

300-005

 

 

Receptacles

 

Appliance, Within 6 Feet Of

210-050(c)

Arc-Fault Circuit Interrupter (AFCI)

210-012

Attic, Required Within 25 Feet

210-063

Baseboard Heater

424-009

Basement, Required In Dwelling-Unit

210-052(g)

Bathroom, Dwelling-Unit

210-052(d)

Carnival, Circuses and Fairs

515-18

CO/ALR

410-056(b)

Commercial Load Demand Factor

220-013

Cover

410-056(d)

Damp Location

410-057(a)

Face-Up Position, 210-52(d)

210-052(c)(5)

Flat Conductor Cable

328-014

Garage, Required, Dwelling Unit

210-052(g)

Grounding, See 250-146

210-007

Hallway, Dwelling Unit

210-052(h)

Hazardous (Class I) Location

501-012

Hazardous (Class II) Location

502-013

Hazardous (Class III) Location

503-011

Hospital Grade, See 517-19

517-018

Hospital Grade, See 517-19

517-018

Hot Tub, 5' Away from Indoor Spa

680-041(a)(1)

Isolated Ground, Health Care

517-016

Isolated Ground, Health Care

517-016

Isolated Ground, See 250-146(d)

410-056(c)

Kitchen Counter Top Required

210-052(c)

Laundry, Dwelling Unit

210-052(f)

Marinas and Boatyards, GFCI

555-003

Mobile Home

550-008

Multioutlet, Branch Circuit Ampacity

210-019(b)

Multioutlet, Receptacle, Load

210-021(b)(2)

Multioutlet, Receptacle, Ratings

210-021(b)(3)

Non-Grounding Type, Replacement

210-007(d)

Outdoor, Dwelling Unit

210-052(e)

Patient Care Areas, Grounding

517-013(a)

Pendant Cord, Okay

210-050(a)

Placement, Dwelling Units

210-052(a)

Raised Covers, Two Screws Required

410-056(f)(3)

Receptacle Adapters Not Permitted

410-047

Rooftop, Commercial Equipment

210-063

Shore Power, Marinas and Boatyards

555-003

Show Window

210-062

Single Rated 100%

210-021(b)(1)

Small Appliance Circuit

210-052(b)(2)

Swimming Pools, GFCI

680-006

Temporary Power, See 305-6 GFCI

305-004(d)

Wet Location

410-057(b)

 

 

Refrigeration - Article 440

 

Conductor Size

440-032

Disconnect, General

440 - Part B

Disconnect, In Sight and Readily

440-014

Protection, 175%

440-0222

 

 

Rigid Metal Conduit - Article 346

 

Aluminum Fittings

346-003(a)

Bends, How Made

346-010

Bends, Number in One Run

346-011

Bushings, See 300-4(f)

346-015

Corrosion Protection

346-003(b)

Couplings and Connectors

346-009

Dissimilar Metals

346-003(a)

Reaming and Threading

346-008

Running Threads

346-009(b)

Size, 1/2 - 6 Inch

346-006

Support

346-012

Uses

346-003

Wet Location

346-005

 

 

Rigid Nonmetallic Conduit - Article 347

 

Bends, How Made

347-013

Bends, Number in One Run

347-014

Bushings, See 300-4(f)

347-012

Expansion Characteristics

347-009

Extreme Cold

347-002 FPN

Joints, How Made

347-006

Size, 1/2 to 4 Inches

347-010

Support

347-008

Trimming

347-005

Uses, Not Permitted

347-003

Uses, Permitted

347-002

 

 

Satellite Dish - Article 810

 

Clearances

810-018

Grounding

810-021

Grounding, Cable

810-020

Grounding, Mast

810-015

 

 

Service Cable (SE and USE) - Article 338

 

Branch Circuit or Feeder Use

338-003

Exterior Installations

338-004(b)

Interior Installations

338-004(a)

 

 

Service Conductors - Article 230, Parts B through D

Pools Clearance, See 230-024(d)

680-008

Clearance from Building Openings

230-009

Clearance from Ground

230-024

Clearance Over Buildings

230-029

Conductors, Outside Building

230-006

Drip Loop

230-054(f)

High Leg, Identification

230-056

Number, Services

230-002

Overcurrent Protection, See 230-91

230-090

Point of Attachment

230-026

Raceway, Arranged to Drain

230-053

Sealing, Raceways

230-008

Separation, Other Conductors

230-007

Service Cables

230-050

Service Entrance Conductors

230-040

Service Head (Weatherhead)

230-054

Service Lateral

230-031

Service Masts, Support

230-028

Splices

230-046

Through Another Building

230-003

Underground, See 230-49 and 300-5

230-032

Voltage Drop

230-031(c) FPN

Wiring Methods

230-043

 

 

Services Disconnect - Article 230, Part F

 

Access to Occupants

230-072(c)

Combined Rating of Disconnects

230-080

Equipment on the Supply Side

230-082

Fire Pump/Emergency Systems

230-072(b)

Grouping

230-072(a)

Indicating, "Open" or "Closed"

230-077

Location

230-070(a)

Marking

230-070(b)

Maximum of 6

230-071(a)

Rating

230-079

Suitable for Service Equipment

230-066

 

 

Signs and Outline Lighting - Article 600

 

Branch Circuit

600-005

Disconnect

600-006

Listing

600-003

Marking

600-004

Neon, Over 1000 Volts

600-032

Vehicle Clearances

600-009(a)

 

 

Sound Systems - Article 640

 

Access to Electrical Equipment

640-005

Conduit or Tubing

640-023

Fire Partitions, Walls, and Ceilings

640-025

Grounding

640-007

Grouping of Conductors

640-008

Neat and Workmanship Manner

640-006

Protection of Electrical Equipment

640-004

Wiring Methods

640-009

 

 

Spas and Hot Tubs, Indoors - Article 680, Part D

 

Bonding

680-041(d)

Grounding

680-041(f)

Lighting Fixture, GFCI Indoors

680-041(b)

Lighting Fixture, Indoors

680-041(b)

Paddle Fan, Locations Indoors

680-041(b)

Receptacle, Indoors

680-041(a)

Switch, Minimum 5' Away

680-041(c)

Underwater Audio Equipment

680-041(i)

Water Heaters

680-041(h)

 

 

Spas and Hot Tubs, Outdoors Article 680, Part B

 

Bonding

680-022

Cord Connected Equipment

680-007

Covers

680-026

Deck Area Heating

680-027

Deck Heating

680-027

Disconnect, Within Sight

680-012

Dry-Niche Lighting Fixtures

680-020(c)

GFCI Protection

680-005(c)

GFCI Protection

680-042

Grounding, Motor

680-025(c)

Grounding, Panelboard

680-025(d)

Grounding, Pool Light Fixtures

680-025(b)

Grounding, Pool Sub-Panel

680-025(d)

Heaters

680-009

Light

680-020(a)

Light, 18 Inches Under Water

680-020(a)(3)

Light, Junction Box

680-021

Light, Listed Potting Compound

680-020(b)(1)

Light, Separate from Other Wires

680-005(c)

Light, Transformer

680-005(a)

Lighting Fixture, GFCI Protection

680-006(b)(2)

Lighting, Minimum 5 Feet from Pool

680-006(b)

No-Niche Light

680-020(d)

Overhead Conductor, Clearances

680-008

Paddle Fan, Location

680-006(b)

Receptacle, 10 Feet from Pool

680-006(a)

Receptacle, GFCI Protection

680-006(a)(3)

Receptacle, Minimum 5' from Water

680-006(c)

Receptacle, Within 20 Feet of Pool

680-006(a)(2)

Switch, Minimum 5' from Water

680-006(c)

Underground Wiring

680-010

Underwater Audio Equipment

680-023(a)

Wet-Niche Lighting Fixture

680-020(b)

 

 

Splices

 

Accessible

370-029

Box Not Required, Construction Site

305-004(g)

Boxes, When Required

300-015(a)

Conduit Bodies

370-016(c)

Cords

400-009

Dissimilar Metals

110-014

General Provisions

110-014(b)

Panelboard Cabinet, Okay

373-008

Raceway, Not Permitted In

300-013(a)

Service

230-046

Underground, See 300-15(g)

300-005(e)

 

 

Spray Paint Booths - Article 516

 

Class I, Division 1 Descriptions

516-002(a)

Class I, Division 2 Descriptions

516-002(b)

Classification, Locations

516-002

Equipment, Class I Locations

516-003(b)

Grounding, See 501-16

516-016

Illumination

516-003(c)

Sign, Requirements

516-004(h)

Wiring Above Class I and II Locations

516-007

Wiring Methods, Class I Locations

516-003(a)

 

 

Surface Raceway - Article 352

 

Conductor Fill, See 352-25 Nonmetallic

352-004

Conductor Size, See 352-24 Nonmetallic

352-003

Grounding

352-009

Separate Chambers, See 352-26

352-006

Splices and Taps, See 352-29

352-007

Through Walls and Floors, See 352-28

352-005

Use, See 352-22 Nonmetallic

352-001

 

 

Surge (Lighting) Arresters - Article 280

 

Grounding

280-025

Installation, Load Side of Service

280-022

Installation, Location

280-011

Installation, Service

280-021

Routing of Conductors

280-012

 

 

Swimming Pools - Article 680, Part B

 

Bonding

680-022

Cord Connected Equipment

680-007

Deck Area Heating

680-027

Definitions

680-004

Dry-Niche Lighting Fixtures

680-020(c)

GFCI Protection, Receptacle

680-006(a)(3)

GFCI Protection, Wiring

680-005(c)

Grounding, Motor

680-025(c)

Grounding, Panelboard

680-025(d)

Grounding, Pool Light Fixtures

680-025(b)

Grounding, Pool Sub-Panel

680-025(d)

Lighting Fixture, 5 Feet from Pool

680-006(b)

Lighting Fixture, GFCI Protection

680-006(b)(2)

No-Niche Lighting Fixtures

680-020(d)

Overhead Conductor, Clearances

680-008

Paddle Fan, Location

680-006(b)

Pool Light, 15 Volts or Less

680-020(a)(1)

Pool Light, 18 Inches Under Water

680-020(a)(3)

Pool Light, GFCI

680-020(a)(1)(2)

Pool Light, Junction Box

680-021

Pool Light, Listed Potting Compound

680-020(b)(1)

Pool Light, No 8 Insulated

680-020(b)(1)

Pool Light, Transformer

680-005(a)

Pool Light, Wiring Separate

680-005(c)

Pool, Covers

680-026

Pool, Deck Heating

680-027

Pool, Heaters

680-009

Receptacle, 10 Feet from Pool

680-006(a)

Receptacle, 5' from Pool Water

680-006(c)

Receptacle, GFCI

680-006(a)(3)

Receptacle, Within 20 Feet of Pool

680-006(a)(2)

Service Conductor Clearance

230-024(d)

Switch, Minimum 5' from Water

680-006(c)

Transformers

680-005

Underground Wiring

680-010

Underwater Audio Equipment

680-023(a)

Wet-Niche Lighting Fixture

680-020(b)

 

 

Swimming Pools, Storable - Article 680, Part C

 

GFCI Protection

680-031

Lighting Fixture, Requirements

680-032

Motor, Requirements

680-030

 

 

Switchboards - Article 384, Part B

 

Dedicated Space, See 110-26(f)

384-004

High Leg, Marking

384-003(e)

Phase Arrangement

384-003(f)

Sprinkler Protection, See 110-26(f)

384-004

 

 

Switches - Article 380

 

3-Way and 4-Way Switching

200-7(c)

3-Way and 4-Way Switching

380-002(a)

5' from Pool, Spa/Hot Tubs Outdoors

680-006(c)

Accessible

380-008

Busway, Permitted Above 6 Feet

380-008(a) Exc. 1

Circuit Breakers, See 380-11

380-008(a)

CO/ALR

380-014(c)

Fixture Canopy

410-038(c)

Grounding

380-012

Indicating, "Open" or "Closed"

380-007

Knife Switch

380-006(c)

Neutral, Not Switched

380-002(b)

Not Permitted in Bathtub/Shower Space

380-004

Readily Accessible, See 240-24(a)

380-008(a)

Voltage Between Adjacent Switches

380-008(b)

Wet Location

380-004

 

 

Telephone - Article 800

 

Access to Electrical Equipment

800-005

Circuits Entering Buildings

800-011

Communications Raceway System

800-048

Fire Resistance of Cables

800-049

Grounding Cable

800-033

Grounding Method

800-040

Installation

800-052

Lightning, Conductors

800-013

Listed Cables and Raceways

800-051

Overhead Wires and Cables

800-010

 

 

Temporary Wiring - Article 305

 

Box Not Required, See 300-5(e)

305-004(g)

Branch Circuit Requirements

305-004(c)

Disconnect

305-004(e)

Feeder Requirements

305-004(b)

Lamp Protection

305-004(f)

Physical Protection, Cables

305-004(h)

Receptacle, GFCI Protection

305-006

Receptacle, Requirements

305-004(d)

Removal Upon Completion

305-003(d)

Time Constraints

305-003

 

 

Transformer Vaults - Article 450, Part C

 

Doors

450-043

Location

450-041

Ventilation Opening

450-045

Walls, Roof, and Floor

450-042

 

 

Transformers - Article 450

 

Autotransformer, See 450-4

210-009

Combustible Material

450-021(a)

Cooling, See 110-13(b)

450-9

Overcurrent Protection

450-003(b)

Readily Accessible

450-013

Secondary 10 Feet

240-021(c)(2)

Secondary 25 Feet

240-021(c)(3)

Suspended Ceiling Space

450-13(b)

Swimming Pools

680-005

Ventilation

450-009

 

 

Voltage Drop

 

Branch Circuits

210-019(a) FPN 4

Conductors

310-015 FPN

Feeder

215-002(d) FPN 2

Fire Pump

695-007

Grounding Conductor

250-122

Service, See 230-31(c) FPN

230-23 FPN

 

 

Wireways - Article 362

 

Conductor Fill, See 362-19

362-005

Conductor Size, See 362-18

362-004

Dead Ends to Be Closed, 362-25

362-010

Expansion Joints, Nonmetallic

362-023

Extension, See 362-26 Nonmetallic

362-011

Size, See 362-20 Nonmetallic

362-006

Splices and Taps, See 362-21

362-007

Support, See 362-22 Nonmetallic

362-008

Through Walls, See 362-24

362-009

Use, See 362-15 and 362-16

362-002

 

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