Electric Sign Codes and Standards
In Canada, electric signs must comply with the provisions of Canadian Electrical Code (Part 1; CSA C22.1:21 – Safety Standard for Electrical Installations) and the fabrication standard for Portable and Stationary Electric Signs and Displays (CSA C22.2 No. 207.15).
SAC has long played a leading role in the development of Canadian Electrical Code regulations that keep pace with advances in electric sign technology.
You may be asking yourself?
- I’ve never worked with electric signs. What are the basics?
- What version of the CEC applies in my province?
- How can my company have our signs approved for installation?
- What is an AHJ?
- Are the rules in Canada different than in other countries?
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