Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the current edition of your books?
- Do you offer digital editions of your books?
- Will I be spammed if I sign up to your mailing list?
- If I send you a wiring question will you answer it?
- What is your relationship with the Canadian Standards Association?
What is the current edition of your books?
All Electrical Code Simplified (“ECS”) products conform to the 24th edition of the Canadian Electrical Code (in Ontario, the 26th edition of the Ontario Electrical Safety Code). Current ECS edition numbers are as follows:
- Residential Multi-Province – 5th edition
- Commercial & Industrial – 12th edition
- Knight’s Canadian Electrical Code – 2nd edition (24th Code Edition)
Do you offer digital editions of your books?
Will I be spammed if I sign up to your mailing list?
If I send you a wiring question will you answer it?
No, but we’ll be polite about it. Until recently, we were pleased to comment on a wide variety of electrical problems that people were facing. Unfortunately, the current legal environment is such that we can’t comment like we used to. Instead, you may consider inquiring at your local inspection office. A lot of these offices are quite busy, but if your question is straightforward, you might find a quick answer from them.
What is your relationship with the Canadian Standards Association?
PS Knight Co. Ltd. is not part of, or associated with, the Canadian Standards Association (“CSA”). More information is available here.
Corrections to our 2018 publications updated February 5, 2019
House Wiring Guide (2018 – 2021 Multi-Province)
|Pg 15||At Example 1, near bottom of page, the reference to “List F” should be “List E, plus Note 4”|
|Pg 72||In the illustration, the leftmost “black wire” should be labelled “bond wire”|
|Pg 73||Last paragraph should read; “Make sure that you always connect the neutral conductor....” (not “red wire”)|
|Pg 108||Fifth line from bottom of page; “We may install only 4 #14 wires and one connector in this box” should be omitted.|
Commercial & Industrial (24th Code Edition)
|Pg 38||Lines missing from Table 12|
|Pg 168||Missing subpoints|
|Pg 169||Reference should include tables 17A and D17N|
|Pg 186||Missing 4-022|
Knight’s Canadian Electrical Code (24th Code Edition) — Second Printing
|No known issues.|
Knight’s Canadian Electrical Code (24th Code Edition) — First Printing
First printing issues below, corrected at reprinting in fall 2018;
|Pg 96||The EPL terms Ga, Gb and Gc should come before Da, Db and Dc|
|Pg 100||Missing Rule 18-094|
|Pg 147||Missing Rule 30-112|
|Pg 279||Lines missing from Table 12|
|Pg 282||Lines missing from Table 12A|
|Pg 315||Table 9O and Table 60 are missing|
|Pg 371||Missing text note: “Figure 10-6 shows an example of a three-phase, 4-wire solidly grounded ac system supplied from a supply authority.”|
|Pg 390||Typo in heading: “B14-1” should read “B14-2”|
|Pg 429||Typo in heading: “Rule 32-212” should read “Rule 32-312”|
|Pg 450||Typo in heading: “Figure 10” should read “Figure B64-2”|
|Pg 543||Missing column in Table D17M|
|Pg 544||Missing column in Table D17N|
|Pg 599||Row E division split of Table JT69 should read “Division 2”|
|Pg 600||Row I of Table JT63 “--” should read “See Part E”|
|Pg 601||Misalignment / missing text in column 1 of Table JT-69|
No known issues.
Corrections to our 2012 publications updated June 3, 2013
Commercial & Industrial (22nd Code Edition)
|Pg 119||Bullet #1, in part: “...Table 1 allows this conductor to carry 245 amperes continuously...” .......should be 260 amperes (not 245)|
House Wiring Guide (2012 - all versions)
|Pg 4||Neutral for 60 amp is stated to be #8 .......should be #6|
|Pg 5||150 amp neutral is stated to be #4 .......should be #6
200 amp neutral is stated to be #3 ......should be #6
|Pg 7||Plus 25% of 12 kw for second range - CL 12,000 watts .......should be 3000 watts (not 4000)
Water heater, 25% of 4000 watts - CL 4000 watts .......should be 1000 watts (not 750) Note that the Water Heater connected load should be 3000 instead of 4000
Balance, 4 kw at 75% - CL 4000 watts .......should be 3000 watts (not 4000)
|Pg 12||Example 1 - 2nd range 25% - 12 kw stated as 4000 watts .......should be 3000 watts
Balance, 4 kw at 75% stated as 4000 watts .......should be 3000 watts
House Wiring Guide (2012 - BC only)
|Pg 144||Question 21 refers to a 600C conductor .......should be 60C conductor|
Digital books replace the apps
In 2015, our iBooks replaced the previously available ECS apps. We believe this provides a better overall experience on your iPad and iPhone. It also brought our books to your Mac for the first time.
The ECS apps are no longer sold or supported.
Our digital books are fixed layout, in order to accommodate the proper placement of all diagrams, charts and images. The pages closely mirror our print editions, for familiarity and for ease of use in instructional settings. Fully searchable, you can also pinch zoom to get a closer look at text and images.
At this time, adjusting the font size is not available in fixed layout books. This is a general ebook restriction, not just with our books.
- On a Mac, page numbers generated by iBooks do not match the page numbers displayed on the fixed layout pages. This is a current limitation of iBooks on Mac.
- On iOS devices, page numbers match except when using the search feature (magnifying glass). This is a current limitation of iBooks on iOS devices.
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Last updated November 14, 2019
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6423 Burbank Road SE
Calgary, AB T2H 2E1
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Last updated April 19, 2018
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