NEWBURYPORT, MA - MERSEN is pleased to offer the availability of a video that focuses on code changes in the 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC) relating to Surge Protective Devices (SPD). The NEC sets standards and safety requirements for electrical installations in the United States. Mersen's UL Type 1 SPDs provide critical protection to ensure public safety and well-being.
This video outlines systems where SPDs are now required per the 2017 NEC. The video features a map detailing the states that have adopted the 2017 code. It also highlights areas where SPDs are now required, such as Emergency System Loads such as elevators and escalators; Critical Operations Data Systems; Industrial Safety Interlocks, and Fire Pump Controllers.
As we near the end of the 2017 code cycle, it is an opportune time to reinforce these NEC code changes relating to SPDs in preparation for the 2020 NEC.
Click to go to Mersen's National Electrical Code video.
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