AIBO Electrical Track

January 9

8–9:45 a.m.

Critical System Requirements per the 2017 NEC

Dan Neeser, Eaton Bussmann

This course will discuss the key requirements for critical systems, such as emergency, legally required standby and critical operation power systems per the 2017 NEC. Topics and associated requirements covered will include: definitions and objectives, capacity, transfer switches, circuit wiring, generator, and selective coordination.

10:00–11:45 a.m.

Article 514 Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities

Jeff Fecteau, Underwriters Laboratories, LLC

At the completion of this presentation, attendees should have the ability to recognize and identify the 2017 NEC requirements covering the installation of Motor Fuel Dispensers. As well as an understanding that Article 514 also includes CNG and LPG dispensers. The presentation will also cover how to use the NEC and UL Product Spec to locate code requirements.

12:30–2:15 p.m.

Articles 410, 411, and 600 LED Luminaires and Signs

Jeff Fecteau, Underwriters Laboratories, LLC

At the completion of this presentation, attendees should have the ability to recognize and identify the 2017 NEC requirements covering the installation of Motor Fuel Dispensers. As well as an understanding that Article 514 also includes CNG and LPG dispensers. The presentation will also cover how to use the NEC and UL Product Spec to locate code requirements.

2:30–4:00 p.m.

Code Panel: Discussion on 2017 NEC and Licensing

Dan Moynihan, City of St. Paul; Steve Dudley, Dean Hunter, John Williamson, Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry; Dan Neeser, Eaton; Jeffrey Fecteau, Underwriters Laboratories, LLC; Tim Miller, City of Bloomington

Two hour Code Panel Discussion with a panel of experts on prewritten questions from the 2017 NEC, and Minnesota Licensing Law requirements.

4:00–5:00 p.m.

IAEI Annual Meeting

5:00–5:45 p.m.

CEIA Meeting

 

These courses have been approved for 8.0 State of Minnesota CEs: 8.0 Code Hours for Electrical.

They have also been approved for 7.0 State of Wisconsin CEs.

January 10

8:00−9:45 a.m.

Significant Proposed Changes to the 2020 NEC

Derrick Atkins, Minneapolis Electrical JATC

This Course will be a review of the most significant proposed changes in the 2020 NEC that will impact electrical installations and enforcement in the State of Minnesota. The primary focus will be on the General Chapters of 1 through 4, with a brief review of a few changes in Chapters 5, 6, 7.

10:00 a.m.−2:15 p.m.

One and Two Family Dwellings

Dean Hunter, Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry

Residential wiring is undoubtedly the most common and abundant type of electrical installation in the world. Anyone who designs, installs, or inspects electrical systems in one and two-family dwellings must be thoroughly familiar with these requirements for safe installations, as found in electrical codes and product safety standards.

2:30−4:00 p.m.

Questions from the Field

Mark Hunter, Marty Kumm, Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry

The goal of this presentation is to go through questions asked by State Electrical inspectors and answered to give the State's interpretation of the code and law requirements to promote unity in inspection through the state inspected areas.

 

These courses have been approved for 8.0 State of Minnesota CEs: 8.0 Code Hours for Electrical.

They have also been approved for 7.0 State of Wisconsin CEs.