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Electrical Installation Guide 2018 – FREE Download NOW

October 29th, 2018 | Make a comment | Posted in iec standard
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Electrical Installation Guide 2018 – FREE Download NOW
 
Do you often work on low voltage electrical installations? Are you part of electrical engineering projects as a consultant, designer, contractor, panel builder or facility manager? Then keeping up with the IEC standards might be an everyday struggle for you all.

Well, please do you a favor and click here to DOWNLOAD the Electrical Installation Guide FOR FREE (brand new 2018 edition).

This very useful guide is currently available NOW and for FREE while the regular price is 60 euros. Don’t miss it!
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Electrical Installation Guide 2016 – FREE Download Now

February 22nd, 2016 | 5 Comments | Posted in iec standard
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electrical installation guide 2016
To you all Electrical Engineering Community blog members, good news!

Year 2016 has just begun, and yet we can already make you take advantage of an exclusive document for free!

This document is the fresh new edition of the Electrical Installation Guide (EIG), usually sold 60 euros and that you can DOWNLOAD here NOW and FOR FREE.

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Electrical Installation Guide 2015 – New version – FREE Download Now

January 21st, 2015 | Make a comment | Posted in iec standard
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Electrical Installation Guide 2015

Designer, Consultant, Contractor, Panel builder, Facility manager, Student, teacher, Standardisation or certification experts… we all have to know and comply to electrical installation standards and regulations, in order to ensure the safety (and more and more the energy efficiency) of our customers’ electrical installations.

These international standards, set by the IEC, are complex and keep evolving; as a result, we struggled to stay informed.

As an example, are you aware that the IEC 60364 “Low-voltage electrical installations” part 4-42 “Protection for safety – Protection against thermal effects” has been updated in 2014, and that in particular it now includes recommendations for arc fault protection?

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