Wiring Methods and Materials
Wiring Methods and Materials
2020 National Electric Code Educational and Product Conference
Learn the NEW 2020 NEC. The State of Ohio is considering adopting the 2020 NEC as early as this upcoming fall (exception of residential 1,2,3 family dwellings). This is important that you know the updates and changes for your safety on the job site. Stay ahead of your competitors. Don’t be left behind!
2:00 – 3:00pm – Registration
3:00 – 5:00pm – Code Session 1
5:00 – 6:30pm – Product Viewing & Dinner
6:30 – 8:30pm – Code Session 2
Class Attendance Registration: $85 (Conference Session 1 and 2, Boxed Sandwich meal with beverage)
2020 NEC Code Book: $115
(OCILB, PDH, OBBS) Continuing Education Processing Fee: $25
Review of 2017 NEC and Preview of 2020 NEC proposed changes and new articles
Taught by area’s top instructors
Stay ahead of your competitors. Learn the code.
Continuing Education = 4 hrs of Code – Certificate of Completion for Ohio Construction Industry Licensing Board(OCILB), Professional Development Hours (PDH) and/or Ohio Board of Building Standards (OBBS)
Tabletops displaying products and services
Meal included, Cash bar available
The intent of this course is to provide a general overview of equipment clearances and general requirements of electrical installations based on the 2017 National Electric Code. To aid those in attendance, pictures and sketches will be presented using a PowerPoint presentation format. This class is intended to give contractors, engineers and designers an overview of the requirements of the most essential rules when designing and installing electrical systems as contained in Chapter 1 of the National Electric Code.
Executive Summary of course: Fire Alarm system technology has advanced over the past several years and now includes addressable microprocessor-based technology which can perform self testing and remote reporting. This course will cover specific code requirements of fire alarm systems in various occupancies and is tailored for those who design or install Fire Alarm Systems.
Registered for 4 hours of Continuing Education: Ohio Construction Industry Licensing Board, Ohio Board of Building Standards, Ohio Engineers (PDH) self-reporting
The transition to LED lighting in millions of homes, commercial and industrial buildings in the United States is well underway. While the immediate goal is energy efficiency, connected lighting has the potential to unleash additional productivity and revenue outcomes, and to prepare for the future of smart technology. Cities that find parking spaces for you. Offices that greet workers with lighting and environmental controls when they arrive. Your home’s temperature controlled with an app on your phone. The industry is not just conserving energy – it’s improving life and work.
•Introduction and brief history of Nela Park
•Trends in the LED Industry
•Controls Outdoors: LightGrid and CityIQ
•Controls Indoors: LightSweep
•Controls Indoors: Daintree
April 23, 2019
8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
NELA Park Lighting Institute
1901 Noble Rd., East Cleveland
Signs for parking and The Institute will direct at front gate
Registration opens at 7:30 a.m.
Program: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Lunch: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
$45 per person (presentation and lunch)
Sponsored by NELA Park Lighting Institute
David Korow LC, Senior Lighting Specialist
Sri Ram LC, Senior Lighting Specialist
COURSE SUMMARY: Article 547 covers electrical installations in Agricultural Buildings. Typically these types of buildings involve excessive dust and livestock. Ohio has recently approved growing facilities for medical marijuana which could partially fall under this category if there is excessive duct. Horticultural Lighting must be full spectrum and requires a high level of lighting. Special load calculation considerations and derating conductor ampacity for number of current carrying conductors and heat apply. This course will give a better understanding of the load calculations and connections within these buildings with examples and detailed sketches.
How efficient is your lighting? Lighting consumes nearly 35 percent of the electricity used in commercial buildings. FirstEnergy’s Ohio utilities can help you reduce energy use and costs while improving your visual environment.
Available to existing facilities and new construction projects, the Lighting Incentive Program is offered to Ohio commercial, industrial, governmental and institutional customers of Ohio Edison, The Illuminating Company and Toledo Edison (FirstEnergy’s Ohio utilities) to encourage participants to install high-efficiency lighting equipment.
Presentation by Charles Heyman of Sodexo. Heyman joined Sodexo in 2017 and handles Cuyahoga County as an Outreach Representative for Sodexo representing the FirstEnergy Energy Efficiency Rebate Program. FirstEnergy pays Sodexo to be an impartial administer of the Commercial & Industrial Energy Efficiency Rebate Program. Sodexo is responsible for helping the 3 Ohio Electric Utilities FirstEnergy owns (The Illuminating Company, Ohio Edison & Toledo Edison) to achieve annual savings targets set & monitored by the PUCO. They work with end-use commercial & industrial customers, select program allies such as Lighting Contractors, Electricians, HVAC/ Mechanical companies, motors & drives companies, etc. to bring the rebate program to market.
Review of NEC Article 725 Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3 Remote-Control, Signaling, and Power-Limited Circuits.
Class 1, 2 and 3 remote control, signaling and power-limited circuits are categorized by the amount of voltage and power they can carry. Power Over Ethernet (PoE) technology is looking to make low voltage circuits carry up to 100 watts of power over an ethernet cable. Some new requirements must be followed when low voltage cables carrying power are installed in buildings or similar structures. This class will review the definitions of these types of circuits and the installation requirements and techniques.
The intent of this course is to provide the rules for wiring protection and grounding of commercial, industrial, and residential power distribution systems as described in the 2017 National Electrical Code. To aid those in attendance, pictures and sketches will be presented using a PowerPoint presentation format. This class is intended to give contractors, engineers, and designers an overview of the requirements of protection and grounding as contained in the articles of the National Electrical Code.
•DAY 1: Electrical Safe Work Practices (2018 NFPA 70E)
•This course provides a thorough knowledge of the dangers and recommended safe behaviors for those who work daily around electrical hazards.
•Get core training concepts for Qualified Electrical Personnel
•Geared towards Electricians, Safety Director/Managers, Managers or Decision Makers
•DAY 2: Electrical Safety Program Development for Decision Makers
•This course provides key considerations and lists for individuals tasked with developing or revising their electrical safety programs.
•Understanding the Scope of an “Arc Flash Study”
•How to perform an Electrical Risk Assessment
•Geared towards Decision Makers/Managers, Electricians, Safety Directors/Managers, and/or Contractors involved with arc flash study work