Author: Charles R. Miller
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Release Date: 2011-10-01
Genre: Technology & Engineering
Based on the successful training seminar conducted by NEC(r) expert Charles R. Miller, The Electrician's Exam Prep Manual cuts through complex topics to help students pass Journeyman or Master Electrician licensing exams. Using clear, concise language, this book takes users through the preparation process, explaining every NEC(r) topic along the way. Aspiring electricians will feel prepared after completing the Manual's 23 sample exams, addressing general electrical knowledge plus NEC(r) rules. A special feature identifies key Code sections for highlighting, to assist in studying and to carry in to exams where allowe
This comprehensive exam prep guide includes all of the topics on the master electricianis competency exams. Based on the 1999 National Electrical Code, this guide covers the basics such as electrical fundamentals, formulas, and circuits. In addition, the text covers alternating current circuits, transformers, and generators as well as more advanced topics such as conductor sizing and protection, outlet and junction boxes, motors, voltage drop, residential and commercial load calculations, and delta-wye transformers. In addition to more than 2400 practice test questions, the text offers detailed rationales for select questions to ensure that students really understand the material. This book covers all of the topics that are included on most master electrician exams.
A comprehensive exam study guide for electricians and apprentices that can be utilized in every state. Updated for the NEC 2014, this book is ideal for preparing to take the Journeyman, Contractor, and Master Licensing exams as well as the Maintenance, Residential, and Sign Licensing exams.
Author: Ray Holder
Release Date: 2017-02
This self-study exam prep book is based on the 2017 NEC(R) with ten practice calculations exams consisting of 25 questions each and a final exam of 100 questions. This calculations book covers most topics that are included on all Journeyman and Master Electricians exams such as conductor sizing and protection, motors, transformers, voltage drop, demand loads, box and conduit sizing, over-current protection and residential and commercial load calculations. The text contains the most widely used electrical calculations and formulas the reader needs to pass the journeyman and master electrical competency exam. -10 Open Book Practice Exam with Answers -2 Complete Final Exams with Answers and Analysis -Helpful Tips to Pass the Test This comprehensive electrical calculations textbook is based on the 2014 NEC(R) and contains complete coverage of core concepts of electrical calculations needed by every electrician. This book is arranged with topic-by-topic organization and step-by-step calculation procedures giving the electrician insight and understanding to solving mathematical problems. The text contains 10 main topic units filled with related information, with a Self-Assessment Quiz following each unit, as well as a 90 question final exam. The book will familiarize you with formulas and calculations for branch circuits, AC motors, voltage drop, power factor, conductors, boxes & raceways, appliances, dwellings, commercial occupancies, and many more topics.
Author: Ray Holder
Publisher: Brown Technical Publications Incorporated
Release Date: 2017-02-01
The 2017 study guide will help you prepare for the exam by providing 12 practice open book exam and 2 Final Closed Book Exams. This book also covers most topics that are included on all Master Electricians exams such as conductor sizing and protection, motors, transformers, voltage drop, demand loads, box and conduit sizing, over-current protection and residential and commercial load calculations. The text contains the most widely used electrical calculations and formulas the reader needs to pass the journeyman and master electrical competency exam. This book also covers most topics that are included on all Master Electricians exams such as conductor sizing and protection, motors, transformers, voltage drop, demand loads, box and conduit sizing, over-current protection and residential and commercial load calculations. The text contains the most widely used electrical calculations and formulas the reader needs to pass the journeyman and master electrical competency exam.
Author: Bob Norris
Release Date: 2008-12
Genre: Study Aids
The California Journeyman Electrician's Preparation and Study Guide is designed as an aid to the 2002 National Electrical Code(r), your primary reference for the California State Certification Examination. Anyone doing electrical work within the State of California must be state licensed or certified. That means learning the rules and regulations that apply to electrical installations, and passing a state exam. As you study using this guide, you'll refer to the NEC(r) constantly. You'll become comfortable with the Code and be able to quickly locate important sections, articles and tables. You'll learn the language and terminology that'll help you understand the rules and requirements of this important standard, so you can pass the exam and put your knowledge to use as a working electrician. This book also offers helpful information on how to read and analyze exam questions so you can quickly determine where to find the answers in the Code. There are questions within each chapter that will help you focus on the areas most likely to be covered in the exam. At the end of the book, there's a 60-question practice exam with a separate answer sheet. Test yourself as many times as you need. This study guide and your NEC(r) will give you the educational background and the tools you need to successfully pass the State of California Certification Examination and receive your General Journeyman License.
For years, students have turned to the DEWALT� ELECTRICAL LICENSING EXAM GUIDE to prepare for professional licensing exams. Combining vital knowledge and valuable test-taking strategies, this trusted text features comprehensive coverage to help you pass your state and local electrical licensing exams. Now updated to reflect the 2017 National Electrical Code�, the new edition covers Journeyman, Master, Maintenance, Residential, and Sign licensing exams. Rather than focusing coverage on specific state requirements, the author presents content from a national perspective to make the material useful no matter where you plan to seek licensure. With a proven approach to exam preparation, helpful study aids, test-taking tips, detailed examination regulations, formulas and references, and realistic sample exams with over 500 practice questions, this valuable text helps you learn what to expect from licensing exams--and effective techniques for passing them.
Author: Thomas L. Harman
Publisher: Pearson Education
Release Date: 2005-05-17
Genre: Technology & Engineering
All You Need to Succeed with the 2005 NEC: Practical, Illustrated, and Hands-On This book gives working and student electricians practical guidance for using the new 2005 National Electrical Code effectively--plus all the resources they need to prepare for their Masters or Journeyman's licensing exams. Leading NEC expert and instructor Thomas Harman systematically covers electrical systems design, construction, and installation for virtually any residential, commercial, or industrial environment. Then, simply and concisely, he reviews the basic electrical theory and practice that every Master Electrician must know. Designed for rapid learning, this book contains extensive problem-solving exercises, examples, illustrations, and tables--all fully updated for the 2005 code. Whenever an NEC rule affects a calculation, the author identifies that rule for easy reference. For the first time, this edition contains four full sample exams designed to closely resemble current Master Electrician's exams. All answers are provided and carefully explained. This edition discusses Wiring design calculations: general calculations, services, feeders, branch circuits, and more Calculating wiring designs for residential, commercial, and industrial occupancies Rules for installing branch circuits, feeders, services, high-voltage systems, general circuits/equipment, distribution equipment, and utilization equipment Special equipment installations, including electric signs, data processing systems, and swimming pools Special occupancies: hazardous locations, commercial garages, and gasoline dispensing or service stations Emergency, standby, and communications systems General electric theory: DC, AC, equipment, loads, conductors, transformers, and motors
Author: Mometrix Media LLC
Publisher: Mometrix Media Llc
Release Date: 2015-02-25
Genre: Study Aids
Master Electrician Exam Secrets helps you ace the Electrician Exam, without weeks and months of endless studying. Our comprehensive Master Electrician Exam Secrets study guide is written by our exam experts, who painstakingly researched every topic and concept that you need to know to ace your test. Our original research reveals specific weaknesses that you can exploit to increase your exam score more than you've ever imagined. Master Electrician Exam Secrets includes: The 5 Secret Keys to Electrician Exam Success: Time is Your Greatest Enemy, Guessing is Not Guesswork, Practice Smarter, Not Harder, Prepare, Don't Procrastinate, Test Yourself; A comprehensive General Strategy review with: Make Predictions, Answer the Question, Benchmark, Valid Information, Avoid Fact Traps, Milk the Question, The Trap of Familiarity, Eliminate Answers, Tough Questions, Brainstorm, Read Carefully, Face Value, Prefixes, Hedge Phrases, Switchback Words, New Information, Time Management, Contextual Clues, Don't Panic, Pace Yourself, Answer Selection, Check Your Work, Beware of Directly Quoted Answers, Slang, Extreme Statements, Answer Choice Families; A comprehensive content review with: Conductive Materials and Insulators, Types of Batteries, Purpose and Construction of Transformers, Generators, Circuits, Kirchhoff's Laws, How Resistance Values Combine in Parallel, RMS Values, Real, Reactive, and Apparent Powers, The Power Factor, Harmonics, How Voltage Drop is Determined, Voltage, Current, and Resistance, Common Switch Designs and Types, Configuring Poles and Throws, Wiring Wall Switches, Safety Issues, Types and Functions of Motors, DC and AC Motors, Purpose and Design of the Ohmmeter, Measuring Power and Energy, Structure of the Atom, Producing and Storing Electrical Charges, Electric and Magnetic Fields, Capacitors and Inductors, Techniques for Bonding Electrical Conductors, Soldering, Incandescent and Fluorescent Lamps, Lighting and Outlet Symbols, and much more...