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ELECTRC8 is designed to perform most common electrical contracting and engineering calculations. It is useful to anyone in the electrical industry.
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ELECTRC8
Copyright 1991, By Robert J. La Capra
All Rights Reserved

- Shareware Version -


ELECTRC8 is designed to perform most common electrical contracting
and engineering calculations. It is useful to anyone in the
electrical industry - electrical maintenance personnel, lighting
system designers, architects, contractors, engineers, etc. All
functions in ELECTRC7 conform to the 1990 National Electrical Code.


This software performs the following functions:
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* Device, junction and pull box calcs.

* Conduit size selection for many combinations of different
wire sizes & types.

* Determine the cost to operate various loads at different
kwh charges.

* Lighting calculations based on the Zonal Cavity Method.

* Motor conductor, overcurrent and overload calculations.

* Calculate required wire and conduit size based on allowable
voltage drop.

* Quick reference tables for:
Grounding electrode conductor size
Equipment grounding conductor size
Underground cover requirements
KW to ampere tables
Transformer Kva to ampere tables
Metal device box size and capacity
Standard fuse & breaker ratings
Standard pull & junction box table

* Calculate voltage drop for various loads, voltages, wire size
and run lengths.

* All functions operate with 'what-if' capability. You can quickly
and easily change only the data you wish to, without having to
start a new calculation and re-enter all the required data.
Results are calculated and displayed as you make each change.


* All functions conform to the 1990 National Electrical Code.




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