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individual conductors shall be insulated or covered. What is the exception? Considering a grounded conductor.
The grounded conductor of a multi conductor cable shall be permitted to be bare. 230.22 exc.
the difference between a neutral and a grounded circuit conductor is?
A. only a neutral will have equal potential to the ungrounded conductors
B. only a neutral outer covering his white or natural gray
C. only a neutral carries unbalanced current
D. there is no difference
- A. only a neutral will have equal potential to the ungrounded conductors
- B. only a neutral outer covering his white or natural gray
- C. only a neutral carries unbalanced current
- D. there is no difference
- in the NEC handbook under Article 200. 1 it states "the grounded conductor is often, but not always, the neutral conductor. As defined in Article 100, a neutral conductor is one that is connected to the neutral point of an electrical system. In a single phase, 2 wire or 3 phase, corner grounded Delta system, the intentionally grounded conductor is not a neutral conductor, because it is not connected to a system nuetral point.
power factor is ______ _________ of current and voltage in an AC circuit?
phase displacement. Source: Journeyman Electrician exam questions and answers, Tom Henry 2011
A. the tool used to read the specific gravity of a battery
B the lagging of magnetism, in a magnetic metal, behind the magnetizing flux which produces it.
C. The opposite of impedance
D. none of these
- A. the tool used to read the specific gravity of a battery
- B the lagging of magnetism, in a magnetic metal, behind the magnetizing flux which produces it.
- C. The opposite of impedance
- D. none of these
PVC shall have a minimum burial depth of?
24 inches. source: table 300.5 nec
is enamel painted conduit allowed to be used outdoors?
the Wheatstone bridge method is used for accurate measurements of?
- A. Voltage
- B. Average
- C. Resistance
- D. WattageA
- Wheatstone bridge is an electrical circuit used to measure an unknown electrical resistance by balancing two legs of a bridge circuit, one leg of which includes the unknown component. Its operation is similar to the original potentiometer. It was invented bySamuel Hunter Christie in 1833 and improved and popularized by Sir Charles Wheatstone in 1843. One of the Wheatstone bridge's initial uses was for the purpose of soils analysis and comparison.
which of the following is true?
A. the screw shell of a lampholder may support a fixture Weighing 6 pounds.
B. plastic water pipe is approved to be used for electrical conduit
C. EMT may be threaded
D. the white colored conductor connected to the silver colored post on a duplex receptacle on a 120 volt two wire branch circuit is called the neutral conductor
A. Per 314.27A1 exc. a vertically
mounted luminaire or lampholder weighing not more than 6 pounds shall be permitted to be supported on other boxes or plaster rings that are secure to other boxes, provided that the lumineer or its supporting yoke, or the lamp holder, is secured to the box with no less than two number 6 or larger screws.
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when a circuit breaker is in the open position do you have a short in the grounded or the ungrounded conductor?
either. Tom Henry's 2011 Journeyman Electrician exam questions and answers pp 21
wire connectors are generally classified as what type? Thermal or pressure?
voltage of a circuit is best defined as?
A. the potential between two conductors.
B the greatest difference of potential between two conductors.
C. the effective difference of potential between two conductors.
D. the average RMS difference of potential between any two conductors.
the effective difference of potential between two conductors
When calculating a motors wire size you find the FLC (full load current) wire size in the ampacity tables 310.15(B)2(6) in 2015, is this the wire size?
No. An adjustment factor of 125 percent must be applied for a continuous motor.
What is the current drawn when PF is .91? This question requires what mathematical solution?
- PF x voltage
- I.E. watts
- pf x voltage
What must be remembered when using the lighting load demand factors, table 220.42 when calculating the total number of branch circuits for illumination?
That table 220.42 “lighting load demand factors” shall not be used in determining the number of branch circuits.
The amperage in a dual voltage motor will be ______ if the voltage is doubled despite ohm’s law finding I using R.
Example question: A dual-voltage three-phase motor draws a current of 45 amperes when connected to a 240 volt, three phase circuit. How much current will the same motor draw if connected to a 480 volt three-phase circuit? Source: Electrician’s exam preparation guide, Dale C. Brickner, 2011: PP 48
What formula is used to find ‘R’ (resistance) in a length of wire?
- R=K×L CM ;where CM is circular mils, K is specific resistance of 12.9 for copper and 21.2 for Aluminum, and L is length.
Motor branch circuits and feeders ocpd is rounded up or down?
- Motor branch circuits are rounded up and feeders are rounded down.
What is the Cubic inches of a #14 awg wire and a #12 wire?
- #14 is 2 cu in.
- #12 is 2.25 cu in.
What is a motor branch circuit?
Would the below image be a branch circuit?
- That portion of the circuit that extends beyond the final over current protection.
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