As used in this chapter, certain terms and phrases shall, unless it is plainly evident from the context that a different meaning is intended, be construed as follows:
   (a)   "Approved" and "approval" mean approved in writing by the Electrical Safety Inspector.
   (b)   "Building" means and includes any edifice, structure or enclosure, whether roofed or unroofed, temporary or permanent, public or private, quasi-public, cellar, basement or areaway thereunder; also any signboard, billboard, sign or similar structure.
   (c)   "Equipment" and "electrical equipment" means and includes any and all electrical machinery, apparatus, appliances, devices, fixtures, fittings, materials, wires, cables, conductors, pole or pole lines for the generation, transmission, distribution or utilization of electric power or energy for lighting, heating, cooking, power, mechanical, electro-mechanical, signaling, communication, ornamental, advertising or other purposes, with the following exceptions: equipment used exclusively for signaling or communication purposes (excepting equipment used for radio communication purposes) which operates at not more than fifty volts to ground or between any two points of the circuit and which generates, transmits or utilizes not more than 250 watts, and which is not connected directly or indirectly to any light, heat or power circuit.
   (d)   "Work" and "electrical work" when used without any expressed limitation, means and includes any installation, construction, erection, connection, alteration and repair of any and all electrical equipment, and the term shall be broadly construed to include the electrical equipment with respect to which the term is used.
   (e)   "In, on or about", as applied to any building, means and includes in, on, under, over, attached to, connected to or supported by or from.
   (f)   "Inspected" means inspected by the Electrical Safety Inspector.
   (g)   "Person" means and includes an individual, firm, co-partnership, corporation and any other natural or artificial entity.
   (h)   "Outlet" means a point on the wiring system at which current is taken to supply fixtures, lamps, heaters, motors and current consuming devices generally.
   (i)   "Fixtures" means and includes all devices for consuming current for light, heat or power on a lighting circuit.
      (Ord. 011-2014. Passed 4-1-14.)