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Training Presentation: Conductor Installations, 2008 (download)

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This CD is designed to explain the ampacity and condition of use for various conductors used in the electrical industry, based on the NEC-2008. Different conditions involving conductor terminations such as temperatures, number of conductors in a raceway, continuous loads, and all play a part in determining the correct conductor for a particular installation. Basic principles to determine conductor ampacities are covered in detail. Principles presented are selection of conductors using the Allowable Ampacity Tables by calculation, ampacity correction factors for high ambient temperatures and for excessive conductors, rules on termination temperatures, conductors supplying a continuous load, equipment manufacturer’s installation instructions, and selecting conductors for environmental conditions.

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