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National Electrical Code

Available Fault Current Labels

Available Fault Current Labels

Available fault current is the maximum current in a short circuit. Electrical service panels must be labeled with the current, and the date it was calculated. If it changes, the label needs to be replaced with the new calculation and date. In this podcast we review the change in the NFPA 70

Dan Clark | August 26, 2014 | Fault Current, National Electrical Code, Podcast | Arc Flash, Electrical Safety, Equipment Labeling, Labeling, NFPA, Regulations & Compliance, Safety, Wire Marking, Workplace Safety