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    1901 National Electrical Code Download

    For those who would like to download a copy of the 1901 NEC, go here:

    http://books.google.com/books?id=aCg...lectrical+Code
    Bryan P. Holland, MCP
    NEMA - Codes & Standards

    #2
    Thanks Bryan

    Roger
    Moderator

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      #3
      Thanks Bryan,

      You always post links to some great stuff, keep it up.

      Chris

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        #4
        I just downloaded this (last night on my sister's hi-speed) and it is too cool.

        It's worth mentioning that the 1901 NEC is an appendix to the actual book downloaded. :cool:

        Thanks once again Bryan!

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          #5
          Great link!

          This is great!

          Where do you find things like this?
          Greg Swartz 8-)
          Colorado Licensed Journeyman Electrician, Master Electrician, Electrical Contractor, and Electrical Engineer!

          USMC 1991-2000 1142/8563

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            #6
            Very cool Thx
            Elwood: It's 106 miles to Chicago, we've got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark and we're wearing sunglasses.
            Jake: Hit it.

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              #7
              Tickles me that it says that "a competant man must be kept on duty where generators are operating". I guess it was a no women allowed club back then.

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                #8
                One of the things I found interesting is that the ampacities of conductors really haven't chagned too much in 100 years of research. For example, 10 AWG is listed at 32A. 12 AWG is 23A. Remarkable!

                Thanks Bryan!
                Ryan Jackson, Salt Lake City
                Inspector, Instructor

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                  #9
                  where can ya find one

                  Go to a major city library if ya live near one....and I bet ya they will have it in the archived section

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by dirtywater07
                    Go to a major city library if ya live near one....and I bet ya they will have it in the archived section
                    How much are we betting?

                    Thanks Bryan!
                    Larry in Michigan

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