In the National Electric Code (NEC) the word "diversity" means that the designer can discount certain electric loads in a building to determine the size of copper required for the main feeders, acknowledging that the entire electric capacity of the building is never demanded at any one time.
What does NEC stand for?
NEC stands for National Electric Code
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We have 366 other meanings of NEC in our Acronym Attic
- Noise Equivalent Bandwidth
- North East Business EXchange
- Nanoelectronics Conference (IEEE)
- Nanyang Executive Centre (Singapore)
- Nascom Event Cancel
- National Ecology Center
- National Economic Council
- National Education Collaborative
- National Elections Commission
- National Electoral Council (various locations)
- National Electrical Code
- National Employment Council (Zimbabwe)
- National Empowerment Center, Inc
- National Energy Commission (various locations)
- National Entitlement Card (smartcards; UK)
- National Entrepreneur Center (Orlando, FL)
- National Environment Campaign
- National Enzyme Company (Forsyth, MO)
- National Episcopal Church
- National Equestrian Centre (various locations)
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95 TK2551 The third edition of this textbook for students preparing for careers in the industrial electrical field includes new units on basic magnetism and magnetic induction, as well as updates reflecting changes in the 2011 National Electric Code.
com Works with demolition contractors to arrange for site collection of abandoned cable, as required by National Electric Code mandates.
After the West explosion, they published a two-page document summarizing the hazards of combustible dust which refers to sections of the National Fire Code and National Electric Code.
The connection of ESD control items and conductors to equipment ground is controlled by the standards in the National Electric Code.
However, by the late 1980s and early 1990s, the industry had resolved many of the initial system failures, and the wiring of the systems was placed under the jurisdiction of the National Electric Code (NEC).
These new products are the only inverter racks in the industry that comply with National Electric Code (NEC) and are IP23S compliant.