2011 New York City Electrical Code, Based on the NEC - Current Edition

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    The 2011 New York City Electrical Code, Based on the 2008 National Electrical Code®, NEC® is available from NFPA® in a single volume.

    Order your one-stop source for electrical requirements for the City of New York -- direct from the code source. The 2011 New York City Electrical Code, Based on the 2008 National Electrical Code, NEC, is enacted to regulate the business of installing, altering or repairing wiring and appliances for electrical light, heat, power, signaling, communication, alarm or data transmission in the city of New York and the licensing of all persons who engage in such business.

    Together, the 2008 NEC and local amendments comprise the 2011 Electrical Code of the City of New York. Included in this edition:

    • Section 1: Preface
    • Section 2: Acknowledgements
    • Section 3: Administrative Requirements
    • Section 4: Technical Requirements
    • Section 5: 2008 NEC New York City Edition – with underlined text that make it easy to see where local NYC changes have been made

    Keep people and property safe from electrical hazards in NYC with the latest edition. (PDF, Approx. 938 pp., NFPA 2008)

     

    NYC Local Law 39 of 2011, amends the New York City Administrative Code to adopt amendments to the 2008 edition of the NEC; NFPA 70. The amendments again adapt the revised national standards to the special requirements of building and construction in the City of New York and apply to work performed on and after July 1, 2011.

     

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  • 2007 Edition

    The 2007 New York City Electrical Code, Based on the 2005 National Electrical Code®, NEC® is available from NFPA® in a single volume.

    The 2007 New York City Electrical Code, Based on the 2005 National Electrical Code, NEC, is enacted to regulate the business of installing, altering or repairing wiring and appliances for electrical light, heat, power, signaling, communication, alarm or data transmission in the city of New York and the licensing of all persons who engage in such business.

    The 2005 NEC and local amendments comprise the 2007 Electrical Code of the City of New York. Included in this edition:

    • Section 1: Administrative Requirements
    • Section 2: National Electrical Code, 2005 Edition
    • Section 3: New York City Amendments to the 2005 NEC

    Install and design electrical projects up-to-code to keep people and property safe from electrical hazards in NYC. (PDF, Approx. 860 pp., NFPA 2005)

     

    NYC Local Law 49 of 2006 amended the administrative code to adopt amendments to the 2005 edition of the National Electrical Code; NFPA 70. The amendments adapt the national standards to the special requirements of building and construction in the City of New York. Together, the 2005 NEC with the local amendments will comprise the Electrical Code of the City of New York and apply to work performed on and after January 1, 2007.

     

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  • Also in NFPA 70: National Electrical Code (NEC)