Because of the growth in the solar industry, specifically in the residential and commercial sector, Firefighters and Emergency Responders are coming into contact with PV systems.
The requirements of Section 690.12 “Rapid Shutdown of PV Systems on Buildings” in the 2017 NEC have changed from NEC 2014. This Beyond the Panel with HellermannTyton webinar will update you on the recent changes, including:
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Who should view?
Bill Brooks - Principal, Brooks Engineering
Bill has over 25 years of experience designing, installing, and evaluating grid-connected PV systems. More than 5,000 installers and 5,000 inspectors have attended his courses throughout the U.S. and abroad. He has authored several widely used publications including the Expedited Permit Process for PV Systems. Mr. Brooks is actively involved in the developments of the California Fire Guidelines, and the National Electrical Code (NEC) Article 690 (Solar Photovoltaic Systems).
Todd Fries - Marketing Manager - Identification Systems, HellermannTyton
Todd has led the innovation of HellermannTyton's identification products and programs for over 27 years. He is a member of Code Making Panel 4 of the NEC 2014 and NEC 2017 code and serves on other standards committees. TagPrint Pro Version 3.0 labeling software, thermal transfer printing systems, and resilient, easy-to-use labeling solutions are just some of the products developed by Fries and HellermannTyton.
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With specialized fastening and labeling solutions and industry code compliance leadership, HellermannTyton is an ideal partner for solar engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firms; installers; electrical contractors and OEM rack manufacturers, large and small. Only HellermannTyton provides the Solar Advantage - Solar Ties, Solar E-Clips and Solar Identification products - smart, innovative solutions for the solar photovoltaic (PV) market, that can't be found anywhere else. Learn more