The NECA/FOA 301-2016 Standard for Installing and Testing Fiber Optics is the latest revised publication in the National Electrical Installation Standards (NEIS) series published by NECA.
This revision was jointly developed with the Fiber Optic Association, Inc. and describes installation and test procedures for fiber optic cabling networks. This standard applies fiber optic cabling installed indoors (premises installations) and outside plant (OSP) applications. This standard has been carefully revised to reflect the latest provisions and requirements in the NEC and other applicable standards. This edition also includes periodic routine maintenance and troubleshooting procedures for these types of communications cabling systems. Information contained in NECA/FOA 301 is also intended to conform to other related standards such as ANSI/TIA/ 568, ANSI/TIA/ 569, ANSI/TIA/ 606, ANSI/TIA/ 607, IEEE 1100, and NECA/BICSI 568.
Ordering: NECA/FOA 301-2016 Standard for Installing and Testing Fiber Optics, is $22 for NECA members and $44 for non-members.
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About the National Electrical Installation Standards (NEIS)
“NECA’s National Electrical Installation Standards (NEIS) are the first performance and workmanship standards for electrical construction. The NEIS collection continues to grow and as new technologies emerge, the NEIS evolve and keep pace,” stated Michael Johnston, NECA Executive Director of Standards and Safety. Johnston also emphasized that “the standards provide significant value to electrical contractors and those in the electrical designing and engineering communities in that they reduce and often eliminate specification writing time.”
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