C22.1-12 - Canadian electrical code. Part I: safety standard by Canadian Standards Association

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No matter if you are a contractor, installer, clothier or producer, it is your accountability to make sure that you stick with the main up to date secure electric set up requisites. The 2012 Canadian electric Code, half I, builds on an 80-year legacy as a key component to the Canadian electric protection system.
The twenty second variation of the CE Code comprises over one hundred eighty updates and revisions - the main complete set of adjustments ever. New and generally up-to-date sections follow to rising know-how, renewable power assets together with sunlight & wind, new necessities for electrical automobile charging, and extra.

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A. J. G. McMullan Winnipeg, Manitoba S. Paulsen CSA International, Toronto, Ontario D. Schill SaskPower, Yorkton, Saskatchewan (Representing International Association of Electrical Inspectors) R. Z. G. , Brooklin, Ontario Section 82 — Closed-loop and pre-closed-loop power distribution J. Zulak (Chair) National Defence Headquarters, Ottawa, Ontario P. Desilets Leviton Manufacturing of Canada Limited, Pointe-Claire, Québec D. , Ottawa, Ontario S. Paulsen CSA International, Toronto, Ontario D. L. S.

Single receptacle — one female contact device, with no other contact device on the same yoke, installed at an outlet for the connection of one attachment plug. , 120/240 V or 120/208 V. Recreational vehicle — a portable structure intended as a temporary accommodation for travel, vacation, or recreational use (see Appendix B). Recreational vehicle park — an area of land designed to accommodate recreational vehicles and park model trailers. Relocatable structure — a factory-built unit for use without a permanent foundation.

Motor-circuit switch — a switch rated in horsepower. MSG — the Manufacturer’s Standard Gauge for uncoated steel. Multi-outlet assembly — a surface or flush enclosure carrying conductors for extending one 2-wire or multi-wire branch circuit to two or more receptacles of the grounding type that are attached to the enclosure. Multiple section mobile unit — a single structure composed of separate mobile units, each towable on its own chassis, which, when towed to the site, are coupled together mechanically and electrically to form a single structure.

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