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Revision of NECA 305-201X, Standard for Fire Alarm System Job Practices
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Revision of NECA 781-201X, Recommended Practice for Installing and Maintaining Lighting Protection Systems
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NECA 416-2016 Recommended Practice for Installing Energy Storage Systems

This standard describes methods and procedures used for installing multiple types energy storage systems. It also includes information about controlling and managing energy storage systems, in addition to commissioning and maintaining energy storage systems.
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NECA/FOA 301-2016 Standard for Installing and Testing Fiber Optics

This standard describes installation and test procedures for fiber optic cabling networks. This standard applies fiber optic cabling installed indoors (premises installations) and outside plant (OSP) applications.
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  • Tuesday, September 19, 2017
    CQD: 9/19/2017

    Hello again,

    Please help settle a disagreement between a good college of mine and I. I contend that the GEC to a Separately derived system such as a dry type transformer can be terminated to a 4 barrel ground terminal attached to the frame (paint removed) inside the transformer case along with the EG’s and a system bonding jumper from the ground terminal up to the XO terminal. He contends that that 250.64(C) requires the GEC to be continuous without splice to XO, in which I think that it is a connection (250.30(C) not a splice at the Ground terminal. I don’t have a problem with taking the GEC directly to XO but on some transformers there is not enough room on XO for the larger 4 barrel lug.

    Thanks, Kelly Wofford

  • Monday, September 18, 2017
    CQD: 9/18/2017
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