January 2019 Chapter Meeting
Jan
16
6:00 PM18:00

January 2019 Chapter Meeting

Flynn-Reynolds; Greg Reynolds

American Conduit

Labor savings by using Aluminum EMT by American Conduit.

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In today’s workplace, meetings rarely take place without at least one type of electronic device being involved. But when electrical outlets are limited and demand is high, people just want to find a way to plug in their devices and they don’t stop to think about safety. As a result, meeting rooms are often cluttered with daisy chains of extension cords and power strips, forming trip hazards and running the risk of overloading circuits. But with an update to the National Electrical Code (NEC), that all changes.

 

Until recently, the NEC only had rules regarding the placement of electrical outlets in residential homes, not meeting areas in commercial buildings. The 2017 update to NEC’s Section 210.71 requires meeting rooms 1,000 square feet or less have wall outlets (nonlocking type, 125-volt, 15 or 20 ampere) spaced in accordance with NEC 210.52(A)(1) through (4). Floor receptacles need to be no less than 6 feet from a fixed wall and there needs to be one receptacle for every 215 square feet of floor space in rooms that are at least 12 feet wide. If a meeting room is larger than 1,000 square feet but can be partitioned into smaller areas that are under 1,000 square feet, each partitioned area is required to meet these standards.

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Keystone Technologies

T8 Tubes with anti-short circuit circuitry, preventing installers from getting hurt.

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February 2019 Chapter Meeting
Feb
20
6:00 PM18:00

February 2019 Chapter Meeting

Christy Rosati; Bussman/Eaton

Christy Rosati is a Field Application Engineer with Eaton's Bussmann division. She spent the first six years of her career with Eaton focusing on industrial control and motor protection at machine and panel builders in Western Pennsylvania. Since joining the Bussmann division in 2017, she has focused on overcurrent protection applications throughout the northeast region of the US. These applications include NEC compliance with interrupting ratings, short circuit current ratings, selective coordination, and electrical safety. She also continues to work with manufacturers on UL508A design and SCCR calculation. 

Christy Rosati Field Application Engineer Bussmann Divisioncell: 724-554-5664

Presentation on 2017 NEC updates to short circuit current ratings.

Defining short circuit current rating

SCCR vs Interrupting Rating

2017 NEC updates to listing and labeling of SCCR and available fault current

Code compliance strategies

Inspector checklist for SCCR

 



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March 2019 Chapter Meeting
Mar
20
6:00 PM18:00

March 2019 Chapter Meeting

 

Jack Lyons - NEMA

National Electrical Manufacturers Association

Northeast Field Representative

 

Program Details:

Review of NEC Articles contained within Chapter 3 including;

• Article 300 General Requirements

            Corrosion protection

            Cable Tie supports

• Article 310 Conductors for General Wiring

            Wire Types

            Aluminum Conductors

• Article 312 Cabinets, Cutout Boxes, Enclosures,

            NEMA Ratings

• Article 314 Outlet, Device, Pull &J unction Boxes

            Outlet Box Standard

• All Articles pertaining to Raceway & Cable Assemblies

            Rigid Metal Conduit

            Intermediate Metal Conduit

            Electrical Metallic Tubing

            AC/MC Cables

            TC Cables

 

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April 2019 Chapter Meeting
Apr
17
6:00 PM18:00

April 2019 Chapter Meeting

Topic:

Advancements in Residential Load Center Technology

Installation

~ New Wiring Method

~ New Buss Design

~ Rough & Finish

 

Safety & Diagnostics

~ UL943 End of Life Reset Lockout & Self-Test

~ Line-side Power versus Load-side Power

~ Hydraulic versus Thermal Magnetic 

 

…And more!!!

 

See you soon!

 

Rob Spragis
Business Development Manager
C: 215.651.9700
Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc.
201 North Service Road., Melville, NY 11747

www.levitonloadcenter.com

www.leviton.com| rspragis@leviton.com

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December 2018 Chapter Meeting
Dec
12
6:00 PM18:00

December 2018 Chapter Meeting

Jeff Sargent

NFPA

Jeffrey Sargent, is a Regional Electrical Code Specialist with NFPA. In this role, he

supports state and local jurisdictions in the adoption and use of the National Electrical

Code® and other NFPA electrical codes and standards. Prior to joining NFPA’s

Regional Operations Division in June 2011, Jeff had been a member of NFPA’s

Electrical Engineering Department since 1997. Jeff served as a co-editor of the 2002

through 2011 editions of NFPA’s National Electrical Code Handbook and also served as

co‐editor of the 2012 NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace

Handbook. He is co‐author of the Electrical Inspection Manual with Checklists.

Prior to joining NFPA, Jeff was an electrical inspector with the NH Electricians Licensing

Board and also for the City of Portsmouth, NH. Jeff holds electrician’s licenses in NH

and Maine and has been an IAEI member for over 25 years.

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June Clamebake
Jun
13
10:00 AM10:00

June Clamebake

Members and Associates of the Massachusetts Municipal Inspectors Association, Cape and Islands, Roger Williams, Western Mass. and  Paul Revere Chapters of IAEI With appreciation to our sponsors

Wednesday, June 13, 2018 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Winthrop Elks 191 Washington Ave. Winthrop, MA 02152
Cost $65.00 / per person

Includes your choice of STEAK or LOBSTER,  plus CHOWDER, STEAMERS, SALAD, BURGERS, HOT DOGS, ETC.

Visit with Vendors at their Booths
For additional information, visit us at www.paulrevereiaei.com

 

 

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January Monthly Meeting
Jan
17
6:00 PM18:00

January Monthly Meeting

John MacFaun

YusenOutside Sales Associate

Happy New Year to Our Members and Associates,

I certainly hope we all made it through the end of 2017 warm and dry, that was quite the cold spell.
We wish all of you a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.
As we enter the New Year we have many exciting meetings and training events scheduled, so keep a eye out for these events.

Please join us on Wednesday January 17, 2018 at Anthonys 105 Canal St. Malden, MA @ 6pm for our monthly dinner meeting.
This month we welcome Scott Metternick and Mike Pucillo of Yusen Associates as our guest speakers, Scott and Mike will be speaking on Lutron "Vive", see attachment for some insight. Please join us and gain some valuable information on this product and others.

We are teaming up with Sebane to present a 6hr "PV Systems and the 2017 NEC" training Please use this link for additional information. This should be a very interesting and informative presentation. Don't miss it!
Flyer:
 https://us5.campaign-archive.com/?e=&u=241c1f316748077c58d1af8b4&id=31f85f3901
Registration Site:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/photovoltaic-systems-and-the-national-electric-code-tickets-41996521727

For those of you who have NFPA accounts please look at this document,
https://www.nfpa.org/codes-and-standards/all-codes-and-standards/list-of-codes-and-standards/detail?code=1078
NFPA 1078 Standard for Electrical Inspector Professional Qualifications, a brand new standard under development, is now open for public input.  I encourage you to review the document and submit a public input(s) if you feel the need.

I am sharing this which was sent to me by Charlie Palmieri of the Cape and Islands Chapter, may hold some interest to you,
https://www.cpsc.gov/Recalls/2018/American-Honda-Recalls-Portable-Generators-Due-to-Fire-and-Burn-Hazards

For those of you who have apprentices bring them along to a meeting we will pick up their meal. What better way to learn about code and products than the best our industry has to offer.
Bring along you licensed guys so that they can see what we have to offer. Let's get some new members.

Keep checking the WEB page at www.paulrevereiaei.com for updated information. 

John Power
Chairman Paul Revere Chapter IAEI
www.paulrevereiaei.com

The Paul Revere Chapter of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI) is a leader in the electrical industry and actively promotes safe products and safe installations.
Active members and partners in the association include many diverse groups, including electrical inspectors, testing agencies, standards Organizations, manufacturers, distributors, installers and contractors

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December Monthly Meeting
Dec
13
6:00 PM18:00

December Monthly Meeting

Rob Spragis, Leviton

Notice Meeting Date December 13, 2017

Happy Holiday Members and Associates,

Our next meeting is Wednesday December 13, 2017 at Anthony's 105 Canal St Malden, Ma. This is a dinner meeting and will begin at 6pm.

This month we welcome Rob Spragis of Leviton Manufacturing as our guest speaker. Rob will bring us up to date on the new products Leviton has to offer. Please join us in what should be some lively conversation on the products Leviton  offers.

Our elections have been postponed until at least January's meeting so if you are interested please contact the nominating committee. Mark Rochon Bernie Piantedosi or myself John Power. We have had a few members resign.

We are in the planning stages of a collaborative effort to put together a Training program in the near future with Sebane, details will be made available as soon as possible.

Inspector members we hope to have a date set for the 6hr Inspector Training required by the State,

As mandated by 237 CMR 17.01 (1) (e), All IOW's must complete (6) hours of mandatory continuing education specific to Inspectors. This is in addiditionto the required (21) hours required for licensing renewal. This additional (6) hrs is required for all IOW's and assistants and shall be completed by 7/31/19.

Attached are the minutes from Rick D'Amato for Novembers meeting.

The Chapter wishes to thank Ideal Industries Katharine Koziell and ed Ring for their presentation at Novembers meeting.

Congratulations to MECA on another successful Tradeshow and Dinner meeting.

In closing I wish everyone and their families a safe and Joyous Holiday Season, Happy New Year too!

John Power

Chairman Paul Revere Chapter IAEI
www.paulrevereiaei.com

The Paul Revere Chapter of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI) is a leader in the electrical industry and actively promotes safe products and safe installations.
Active members and partners in the association include many diverse groups, including electrical inspectors, testing agencies, standards Organizations, manufacturers, distributors, installers and contractors

 

 

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May Monthly Meeting
May
17
6:00 PM18:00

May Monthly Meeting

IAEI PAUL REVERE CHAPTER MEETING

Guest speaker/topic:  Jeff Simpson, UL 

Jeff Simpson Bio.

Jeff Simpson has over 20 years in the electrical industry and currently serves the New England area as a lead Regulatory Engineer with Underwriters Laboratories.

Jeff is licensed by electrical boards in multiple states including North Carolina, California and in Washington. Jeff was the Chief Electrical inspector for the City of Durham in North Carolina and a Senior Electrical Inspector for the City of Peoria in Arizona.

He is Chairman of the Electrical Code Clearing Committee for the North Carolina IAEI Ellis Cannady Chapter as well as their Continuing Education Coordinator. Jeff is also approved as a classroom electrical instructor by 24 different state electrical boards.

Jeff is a Master Electrical Inspector through the IAEI and holds 25 certifications through the International Code Council (ICC) including Master Code Professional.

Jeff is a father of 3 children and enjoys working outside with his wife Jennifer and raising animals.

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Clambake
Jun
8
10:00 AM10:00

Clambake

Year End Clambake

Our Chapter will again be hosting the Annual Clambake for The Municipal Inspectors Association, Paul Revere , Cape and Islands and Roger Williams Chapters of IAEI.

Wessagussett Yacht Club 212 Wessagussett Rd, North Weymouth, MA

 

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