When reading an electrical exam question which describes minimum allowable installations, you will find key words and phrases such as: at least, no less than, and smallest allowable. These types of questions frequently appear in the master electrical exam and the journeyman electrical exam. Don’t be fooled.
We are in the gift giving mood, here are some MORE articles to highlight on your NEC book. Remember to highlight based on the title of the article. If you missed our previous post with 18 Articles to highlight now, here is the link. Tell your friends we are cool and you […]
Good Morning, Today we received a call from someone asking us the phone number to the PSI so they can change their appointment. While we don’t do the actual exams here, we are more than happy to help 🙂 We put together a cheat blog with the link to the ECIB, Table of Contents, FAQ’s, […]
This Article is extracted from Mike Holt’s Illustrated Guide to Understanding NEC® Requirements for Solar Photovoltaic Systems. Understanding NEC Requirements for Solar Photovoltaic Systems, Based on the 2011 NEC Click here to buy a copy or read more about it. *Please note in the follwing extraction that blue underlined text indicates a […]
This question is from Mike Holt’s 2014 Electrical Exam Preparation, By Mike Holt for EC&M Magazine Try your best to answer these questions without looking at the answers. Q. What are the rules in sizing a supply side bonding jumper sized for parallel raceways? A. If the ungrounded supply conductors are paralleled in two […]