NEC 2011 Edition

NEC 2011 Edition

By NFPA

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2013-03-29
  • Current Version: 1.1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 35.40 MB
  • Developer: NFPA
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 96 Ratings

Description

Now you can access the 2011 edition of the NFPA 70®: National Electrical Code (NEC®) whenever you need! The 2011 NEC sets a new benchmark for safe electrical design, installation, and inspection. If you're involved with electrical safety, staying up-to-code is not optional -- it's essential! The NFPA 70 2011 app is your mobile companion to the code. Browse the articles or search by keyword, and access important electrical safety news and code development information from the NFPA.

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Reviews

  • 2011 nec

    1
    By Coriedus Evans
    The app never work.. It's a scam
  • Code book

    3
    By Danamal2
    It's very handy to have on your phone. My only criticism at this time is I wish the search was more user friendly. You have to be exact on wording for it to bring you to the right article
  • Want money back

    1
    By karmadispencer
    App shuts down when doing a search. Product support is only an option for nfpa members
  • Search doesn't work

    5
    By BigClarita
    This is a great, relatively cheap way to have the code in your phone and iPad. But there are serious drawbacks: trying to use the search function causes the app to shut down, and the "browse" menu does not show the parts (I,II,III,etc.) of the articles.
  • Great bunch

    3
    By Mrbrian100
    The search could be better. You cannot put in multiple words to refine your search. But outside of that it's great
  • Nec2011

    4
    By Johnboy0656
    Code book on your phone very usefull. Great Idea
  • Great, but could be better!

    4
    By Tesla1967686911
    Great app but for the love of Pete please include a way to save searches like tables!
  • Get in my belly!

    5
    By Ruffboy
    Excellent format. Zoom able. Find what you need. Every thing is there
  • Instrument Technician

    4
    By Robert Parish
    I am very happy with the ease of use of the app. I own and use the hardcover handbook, but having the NEC on my phone has been very useful for me.
  • Dom

    5
    By TUNYU
    It's good but why not update as the code updates?

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