Software

Online software to aid in power and communication design.

NESC

Info and discussion of the National Electrical Safety Code.

Books

Reprints of existing and out-of-print REA and RUS publications.

Online References

Electronic references for utilties, including old REA bulletins.

News

Mirror of RUS Electric Bulletins updated

May 17, 2016

A Mirror of the RUS Electric Bulletins page was updated at Online References The old mirror will be kept active under the archived links on the online references page.

Mirror of RUS Electric Bulletins updated

February 9, 2015

A Mirror of the RUS Electric Bulletins page was updated at Online References The old mirror will be kept active under the archived links on the online references page.

Mirror of RUS Electric Bulletins added

October 23, 2013

A Mirror of the RUS Electric Bulletins page was added to the Online References During the recent government shutdown these bulletins were not available. With the possibility of another shutdown in January, this will make those bulletins available in that event.

New Reference Added: REA Bulletin 160-3

January 5, 2012

REA Bulletin 160-3, Service to Induction Motors was added to the Online References.

New Online References Added

June 6, 2011

Additional old REA bulletins have been added to the RUS and REA Bulletins section of our Online References.

SpanCheck Available as Online Software

August 3, 2010

In the past, SpanCheck was available to download and install on your computer. This version has been replaced with a new online program. Clearance checks can still be performed at your desk, but quick checks can now also be made in the field using smartphones, laptops, and other internet connected devices.

Help and Tutorials will be added soon, as will the Open/Save/Share buttons.

NESC Comments Due May 1, 2010

April 15, 2010

The final date to submit comments on change proposals and subcommitee recomendations is just two weeks away. All comments and recommendations are due to the secretary by May 1. Submit your comments now to make your voice heard in shaping the 2012 National Electrical Safety Code (NESC).