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iOS apps for 2015 C.E.C.

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Greetings.

Is anyone aware of any iOS (iPhone/iPad) apps for the 2015 C.E.C.? Thanks for any pointers.
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@Old Brian check out e-calc on the ipad. There is a Canadian version. Not to bad.

If you P.M. me your email address, I may have something for you.;);)
Thanks for that pointer. As far as sending you a private message, I would if I could figure out how to do that. The lack of a help system for the site (at least one which I could find) doesn't help matters.
 

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Too bad that I have to clutter up the forum finding that out, instead of reading it in a help system. Do you know what the magic number is?
Looks like you now have 18 posts. Think the magic number is 20.
Post the first two dumb things that pop into your head in the
controversial forum. That (dumb posts) is what that forum is for
anyways.
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@Old Brian check out e-calc on the ipad. There is a Canadian version. Not to bad.

If you P.M. me your email address, I may have something for you.;);)
I second e-calc, quick and easy for pipe fill, voltage drop, allowable ampacity, and many more calculations.
Hey you guys that own e-calc. I was about to download it but read a recent review that the pipe fill calc is way off with 2015 cec.
Can either of you confirm?
Thanks
 
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