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UL/NEC Low-voltage Pool and Spa Lighting Code Change

Electrical Inspector Alert: UL/NEC Low-voltage Pool and Spa Lighting Code Change

History of NEC Lighting Code Change

The pool industry, UL and the NEC have been working together for nearly a decade to facilitate a safer, low voltage underwater lighting system concept. Because of its inherently safer design, reducing chances of installer error, the National Electric Code Committee updated the 2008 NEC to allow for low-voltage, all plastic pool and spa lighting systems to be installed without bonding or grounding of the lights or niches. Universal ColorLogic is the first lighting system UL listed for installation to this revision of the NEC.

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