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August 13, 2018

NEC 2017 - What it Means in 2018

With a little over half the country adopting the 2017 version of the NEC, there are some misconceptions about what it includes and more importantly how to provide power over data cabling.  The ampacity of higher power applications are sometimes equated with LP cables, but what does this really mean?  Is LP required?   

For the 2017 version of the NEC, NFPA received 4,012 public inputs recommending code changes that resulted in 1.235 first revision changes resulting in 1,513 public comments on those which then resulted in 559 second revisions. Hence the expanse of time. Five completely new articles were introduced. The new articles are centered around newer technologies like microgrids and energy storage systems that didn’t exist or were not addressed in prior versions.

Here are a few key points to pay attention to as your state's adoption progresses.  

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