Prepare for new requirements in NFPA 70B mandating thermal imaging and operator qualification


What You Need To Know



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Infrared thermographic inspection of electrical connections and terminations shall be performed.


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Infrared thermography shall be used when required to verify temperature differences.


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Testing personnel shall be qualified to operate the test equipment used in the type of test to be performed.


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Thermal inspections are required to be performed at normal circuit loading. Characteristics must also be documented and retained for future reference. How are you recording your surveys?

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