Mersen: Surge Protective Devices Codes and Requirements

This new video outlines systems where SPDs are now required per the 2017 NEC. The video features a map detailing the states that have adopted the 2017 code. It also highlights areas where SPDs are now required, such as Emergency System Loads such like elevators and escalators; Critical Operations Data Systems; Industrial Safety Interlocks, and Fire Pump Controllers.

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