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View Resource Ground-Fault Protection is Expanding

In 1984, engineers at the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) directed the PV industry to propose Section 690.5 for the 1987 National Electrical Code (NEC), which would require a ground-fault...
View Resource Module Wiring 101

Photovoltaic systems require wiring methods not normally found in residential or commercial electrical systems. Do-it-yourselfers and installers alike should become familiar with the National...
View Resource Code Q & A, Intermediate Level

If you have questions about the NEC or the implementation of PV systems that follow the requirements of the NEC, feel free to call, fax, e-mail, or write me at the location below. See the SWTDI Web...
View Resource Code Changes through the Years

The National Electrical Code is the most comprehensive electrical code in the world and the most widely adopted code in the United States. Its use has resulted in generally safe and hazard-free...
View Resource PV Power Systems, The 2002 National Electrical Code®, and Beyond

The 2002 National Electrical Code® (NEC)® was legislated into law in many states and cities on January 1, 2002 [1]. Article 690 of the NEC, which covers photovoltaic power systems, contains changes t...
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