Electrical Safety of Low-Voltage Systems offers you a comprehensive safety regimen, based on the fundamental characteristics of low-voltage electrical systems.
Fully explaining the grounding and bonding of low-voltage systems as they relate to article 250 of the National Electrical Code®, this essential safety tool provides an analytical approach to accident control to replace the haphazard rules of thumb currently in use.
Table of contents
Preface Chapter 1. Basic Definitions and Nomenclature Chapter 2. Fundamentals of Electrical Safety Chapter 3. Mathematical Principles of Electrical Safety Chapter 4. The Earth Chapter 5. Effects of Electric Currents Passing Through the Human Body, and Safety Requirements Chapter 6. TT Grounding System Chapter 7. TN Grounding System Chapter 8. Protective Multiple Earthing (TN-C-S Grounding System Chapter 9. IT Grounding System Chapter 10. Extra-Low-Voltage Systems Chapter 11. Earth Electrodes, Protective Conductors, and Equipotential Bonding Conductors Chapter 12. Safety Against Overvoltages Chapter 13. Safety Against Static Electricity Chapter 14. Testing the Electrical Safety Chapter 15. Applications of Electrical Safety in Special Locations and Installations Appendix A. Sinusoids and Phasors Appendix B. Fundamental Conventions and Electric Circuit Theorems Appendix C. Fundamental Units, Symbols, and Correct Spellings Index