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Schneider Electric Electrical Installation Guide 2016 Now Available for Free Download

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May 25, 2016

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The Electrical Installation Guide is written for electrical professionals who must design, install, inspect, and maintain low-voltage electrical installations in compliance with the standards published by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).

Which technical solution will guarantee that all relevant safety rules are met? Answering this question has always been integral to the creation of this document. The guide is meant for all electrical professionals including consulting engineers, designers, contractors, panel builders, facility managers, electrical engineering students and teachers, as well as people involved in standardization, certification, or inspection of these electrical installations.

Electrical Installation Guide provides you with the guidance you need. The new 2016 edition is now available in English! Download now!

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