National Electrical Code 2017 of Ohio
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Wednesday, December 15, 2021
8:00 – 4:30 pm EST (incl. a 60-min break)
Overview of Major Changes in the 2017 Code and Preview of Expected Changes in Future Codes
Article 425: Fixed Industrial Process Heating
Article 691: Large-Scale PV Electric Power Production
Article 706: Energy Storage Systems
Article 710: Stand-Alone Systems
Article 712: Direct-Current Microgrids
Chapter 1: National Electrical Code
Requirements for electrical installations, including
clearances and free space requirements about equipment
New reconditioned equipment, identification and traceability
New limited access working space requirement
New short-circuit current documentation
Chapter 2: Wiring and Protection
Voltage drop calculations
Branch circuit, feeder and services calculations
GFCI receptacle outlet requirements
New GFCI protection for non-dwelling units
Grounding and Bonding
Grounding of service entrances
Grounding of separately-derived systems
Sizing of grounding electrode and grounding conductor
Bonding of services
Chapter 3: Wiring Methods and Materials
Wiring methods—underground installation requirements
Conductors for general wiring
Conductor ampacity correction and adjustments
Number of conductors in a raceway
Pull and junction box fill calculation
New single-phase dwelling services and feeders
Chapter 4: Equipment for General Use
Flexible cords and cables
Switchboards and panel boards
Short circuit rating
Luminaires, appliances, transformers and motors
Chapter 5: Special Occupancies
Health care facility requirements
Recreational vehicle parks
Chapter 6: Special Equipment
Signs, outline lighting, elevators
Hybrid vehicle plug in requirements
Data center requirements
Pools and spas
Solar photovoltaic systems
Small wind turbine systems
Chapter 7: Special Conditions
Class 1, 2, and 3 power-limited circuits
Fire alarm circuits
Chapter 8: Communications Circuits
Premises-powered broadband communication systems
Network-powered broadband communication systems
Chapter 9: Tables
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7.0 HSW CE Hours
AIA (AIA credits only available for attending live Webinar or Seminar)
International Code Council
.70 CEUs (Electrical)
Ohio Electrical Contractors
7.0 Code Hours
Ohio Electrical Safety Inspectors
Ohio Board of Building Standards
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Continuing Education Credit Information
National Electrical Code 2017 of Ohio
This seminar is open to the public and offers 7.0 PDHs to professional engineers and 7.0 HSW continuing education hours to architects in most states, including Ohio. Educators and courses are not subject to preapproval in Ohio.
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Course Title: National Electrical Code 2017 of Ohio
Delivery Method: Live Online
Course Description: This course examines National Electrical Code 2020 provisions found in Chapters 1-9 covering requirements for electrical installations, wiring and protection, grounding and bonding, wiring methods and materials, equipment, special occupancies, special equipment, special equipment, special conditions, communication circuits, and tables, with special attention given to requirements specific to Ohio.
Learning Objective 1:
Learners will be able to explain key provisions in Chapter 1-3 of the NEC, including new requirements for reconditioned equipment, limited access working space, short-circuit current documentation, GFCI protection for non-dwelling units, and single-phase dwelling services and leaders.
Learning Objective 2:
Learners will be able to identify and explain key provisions in NEC Chapters 7-8 for emergency systems, fire alarm circuits, and broadband communication systems.
Learning Objective 3:
Learners will be able to identify and discuss major changes in the 2017 National Electrical Code, including those for fixed industrial process heating, large-scale PV electric power production, energy storage systems, stand-alone systems, and direct-current microgrids.
Learning Objective 4:
Learners will be able to identify and discuss key provisions in Chapters 4-6 for equipment for general use, special occupancies, and special equipment.
LUs: 7.0 LU Type: LU|HSWs.
Prerequisites: Familiarity with electrical systems
Advance Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
Course Expiration Date: 09/27/2024
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