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In the last newsletter, we told you about the 2015 edition of the Electrical Installation Guide (EIG) edited by experts from Schneider Electric.


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As a reminder, the Electrical Installation Guide (EIG) is a free and complete guide about electrical installations and the related standards. Edited since several dozen years, it is a reference work which helps you understand and comply to the IEC standards to be applied in 2015.

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