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90.5 Fine print notes are now called informational notes.
215.52 (C)(5) and 210.52(D) listed receptacle outlet assemblies are now permitted to be installed on or in kitchen of bathroom counter tops.
210.52(E)(3) balconies, decks and porches that are accessible from inside the dwelling unit are required to have at least one receptacle outlet install inside the perimeter regardless of size.
210.52(I) foyers that are not part of a hallway and are and are larger than 60 square feet are required to have a receptacle outlet located in each wall that is three feet in width or larger.
225.27 a raceway seal in required at outside branch circuit and feeder raceways entering a building or service equipment. The raceway shall be sealed at both ends.
230.42(A)(1) NEW EXCEPTION: grounded conductors not connected to an over current device are permitted to be sized at 100 percent of the continuous and noncontinuous load.
230.44 Cable Trays containing service conductors shall be identified with permanently affixed labels with the wording "Service Entrance Conductors".
250.24(C) ampacity of grounded conductor of a three phase three wire delta service shall not be less than ungrounded conductors.
250.30(30)(C) grounding electrode connection must be made at the source location to one or more grounding electrodes in compliance with 250.50.
250.52(A)(2) the metal frame of the building is permitted as a grounding electrode where connected to the earth by one or more of the following methods.
300.4(H) a listed expansion/deflection fitting or other approved means shall be used where a raceway crosses a structural joint intended for expansion, contraction or deflection, used in buildings, bridges, parking garages or other structures.
300.11(A)(2) NON FIRE RATED ASSEMBLIES. Where independent support wires are used, they shall be distinguishable by color, tagging, or other effective means.
310.10(H)(6) where parallel equipment bonding jumpers installed in raceways, they are required to be sized and installed in accordance with 250.102.
310.16 has been re-numbered to 310.15(B)(16) some of the ampacity values have been adjusted in an effort to harmonize with the Canadian Electrical Code.
314.27(C) at single or multi family dwellings, spare, separately switched, ungrounded conductors at ceiling mounted outlet boxes (in a location acceptable for a ceiling fan) require an outlet box listed for sole support for a ceiling suspended fan.
338.10(B)(4)(a) Type SE Cable. Where installed in thermal insulation, the ampacity to comply with 60 degree conductor temperature rating.
348.42 Couplings and Connectors. 90 degree connectors shall not be installed where the angle connector itself will be concealed.
400.5(A) Ampacity tables for cords and cables. Temperature correction factors fro table 310.15 (B)(2)(a) corresponding to the temperature rating of the cord to be applied to the amp[ampacity from table 400.5(A)(2).
404.2(C) Generally when switches control lighting loads from a grounded general purpose branch circuit, the grounded circuit conductor for the controlled lighting circuit must be present at the switch location.
406.4(D)(4) arc-fault circuit interrupter protection is required for replacement receptacle outlets where a receptacle outlet is supplied by a branch circuit that requires AFCI protection elsewhere in the code. (EFFECTIVE DATE JANUARY 1 2014).
406.4(D)(5) listed tamper resistant receptacles are required for replacement receptacle outlets where a receptacle outlet is required to be tamper resistant elsewhere in the code.
406.4(D)(6) listed weather resistant receptacles are required for replacement receptacle outlets where a receptacle outlet is required to be weather resistant elsewhere in the code.
406.13 all non-locking type, 125 volt, 15 and 20 ampere receptacles located in guest rooms and guest suites (Hotels) shall be listed tamper resistant receptacles.
406.14 in all child care facilities, all non-locking type, 15 and 20 ampere receptacles shall be listed tamper resistant receptacles.
408.4 Identification of source of supply. All non-dwelling unit switchboards and panel boards supplied by a feeder or containing pulled through conductors, shall be marked to indicate where the power supply source is located.
409.102(B) the phase arrangement on 3 phase common power and vertical buses shall be A,B,C, form front to back, top to bottom,or left to right, as viewed from the front of the industrial control panel.
410.130(G)(1) disconnecting means is required for existing installed luminaires with-out disconnecting means, at the time the ballast is replaced.
450.14 transformers (other than class2 or class 3) required to have a disconnecting means located either with-in sight of the transformer or in a remote location. Where located in a remote location, the disconnecting means must be lockable, and the location of the disconnecting means must be field marked on the transformer.
517.16 isolated grounding type receptacles are not permitted to be installed in patient care locations.
517.20 wet procedure patient care areas shall be provided with special protection against electric shock by one of two methods.
625 new definition for plug in hybrid electric vehicle.
690.4(E), 692.4(C), 694.7, 705.6 the equipment and systems in 690.4(A) thru (D) and all associated wiring and connections shall be installed only by qualified persons.
690.4(F) Source and output conductors, in or out of conduit,and inside of a building or structure, shall be routed along building structural members.
690.11 PV systems with DC source circuits, DC output circuits, or both, on or penetrating a building operating at a PV system maximum voltage of 80 volts or greater, shall be protected by a listed DC arc-fault circuit interrupter, PV type, or other system components listed to provide equivalent protection.
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