This is your on-the-job reference. Now fully updated for the 2002 National Electrical Code, the "Electrician's Pocket Manual" is packed with charts, conversions, photographs, diagrams, code standards, and other information you need on the job. This title helps you to find answers quickly and easily. It explains updated maintenance and construction standards. It provides details on motors, controllers, and circuits. It examines electronic components and communications wiring. It features 28 pages of drawings, diagrams, and plans. It offers guidelines for dealing with hazardous location wiring. It covers generators, mechanical power transmission, and electrical power distribution. It includes a chapter on tools and safety.
Paul Rosenberg (Chicago, IL) is a master electrician and has extensive experience in the industry, having worked as an apprentice, electrician, foreman, superintendent, project manager, purchasing agent, estimator, contractor, supplier, manufacturer's rep., and designer. A current Board member of the Fiber Optics Association, he has developed and taught courses and has written more than 30 textbooks and manuals, and hundreds of magazine articles. He recently authored the first-ever installation standard for optical fiber (ANSI-NEIS-301).
Introduction.1. Electrical Laws.2. Electronic Components and Circuits.3. Electronic Drawings.4. Motors, Controllers and Circuits.5. Generators.6. Mechanical Power Transmission.7. Electrical Power Distribution.8. Grounding.9. Contactors and Relays.10. Welding.11. Transformers.12. Circuit Wiring.13. Communications Wiring.14. Wiring in Hazardous Locations.15. Tools and Safety.Appendix.Index.