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Journeyman Electrician's Review: Based on the 1999 National Electrical Code Paperback – August 11, 1999
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-Some answers reference codes that no longer exist or are the wrong code.
-Some answers give only a yes or no answer when an explanation is needed.
-Questions reference diagrams, but they don't state that in the question. Or questions are simply missing information.
This book is alright, I plan on selling it when i'm done with it.
The examples in this book are at times too complex in the "introductory" of the chapters, such as the examples in chapter 8 "overcurrent protection" which introduces the chapter and begins to go more into depth on the subject matter. Example: (And this is the shorter much simpler one): What is the maximum size time-delay fuse permitted to protect a 1-hoursepower 3-phase, 230-volt squirrel cage motor with a name plate of 3.3 amperes?) Then the explination to the correct answer goes on through 5 steps on how to come to the final conclution. Its too complex and doesn't explain enough as to how a person would know to refer to the given articles mentioned (unless you memorize every section in the NEC!). Also it mentions Table 430.150 but when you look in the book to try and follow Mr Loyd you find Article 430.128 and then the very next Article is 430.221!!! Then looking in Motors XIV "Tables" there are 7 tables and none of them are "430.150"!!! WTF, is this a joke! This is why I say Mr. Loyd needs teaching lessons, simply because you don't take someone who is trying to learn how to ride a bicycle and put them on a motorcycle! And tell them to rotate thier wrist if they want to slow down!Read more ›