The National Electric Code has rolled out its 2017 changes—are you prepared?
Reading code books can be tedious, but knowing the changes is critical for all electrical professionals. After all, if you don’t know the requirements, you could end up failing inspections and jeopardizing deadlines and cost estimates.
Just as Superman comes to the rescue of Lois Lane, Captain Code will save you time, money and headaches on your construction projects.
Leviton’s Captain Code is here to make your life easier! The Captain Code Guide to the 2017 NEC® Code Changes is a handy booklet that outlines 61 major code changes. The focus is primarily on the changes related to wiring devices and communications systems, but does touch on over-current protection, luminaires, emerging markets and other mainstream requirements.
The Pocket Guide to 2017 NEC® Code Changes is available through authorized Leviton distributors. In states where the 2014 standards are being adopted, the Captain Code Guide to 2014 NEC® Code Changes is available.
Open the user-friendly pocket guide and you will see:
The guide offers easy navigation, allowing users to search for code changes by vertical including:
The code analysis and commentary comes directly from IAEI. Who better than national electrical inspectors to provide insight on electrical code changes?
The 2017 pocket guide is currently available through authorized Leviton distributors or free website download. In August, it will be available on a free mobile app on both iTunes and Google Play.
For those states still adhering to the 2014 NEC® Code Changes, our 2014 guide is available through authorized Leviton distributors, online, via free download or on a free mobile app on both iTunes and Google Play.