By Canadian Standards Association
No matter if you are a contractor, installer, fashion designer or producer, it is your accountability to make sure that you persist with the main updated secure electric set up requisites. The 2012 Canadian electric Code, half I, builds on an 80-year legacy as a key portion of the Canadian electric defense system.
The twenty second variation of the CE Code includes over a hundred and eighty updates and revisions - the main finished set of adjustments ever. New and generally up to date sections practice to rising expertise, renewable power assets together with sunlight & wind, new standards for electrical automobile charging, and extra.
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3) All enquiries regarding this Standard should be addressed to Canadian Standards Association, 5060 Spectrum Way, Suite 100, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L4W 5N6. Requests for interpretation should be worded in such a manner as to permit a specific “yes” or “no” answer based on the literal text of the requirement concerned. ca. xxviii © Canadian Standards Association Canadian Electrical Code, Part I Metric units Symbols and conversion factors for SI units Recognized symbols for SI units have been used in the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I.
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For the convenience of the user, these symbols and the units they represent have been listed in the following table; the table also gives a multiplying factor that may be used to convert the SI unit to the previously used unit. 000145 1 1 1 ampere(s) cubic inch(es) degree(s) (angle) degree(s) Fahrenheit degree(s) Fahrenheit hour(s) (time) cycles per second foot-pound(s) pound(s) foot-pound(s) mile(s) inch(es) of mercury feet of water pound(s) per square inch (psi) BTU/h foot-candle(s) gallon(s) feet square feet cubic feet megacycles per second minute(s) cubic inch(es) inch(es) square inch(es) pound-force inches ohm(s) inch(es) of mercury feet of water pounds per square inch (psi) volt(s) watt(s) microfarad(s) xxix Canadian Electrical Code, Part I Conduit sizes Starting in the 2006 edition of the Code, the metric trade designator has been used exclusively to identify conduit size.
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