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There are 10 questions, which are multiple choice.
Based on the 2002 Code Book.
Can a general use AC snap switch be used as a disconnect for a motor load?
The conduit or raceways, including their end fittings, shall not rise more than ___ inches above the bottom of the enclosure.
Infrared lamp commercial and industrial heating appliances shall have overcurrent protection not exceeding __ amperes.
Unless protected by groundfault circuit-interrupter protection for personnel, the secondary winding of the isolation transformer connected to the impedance heating elements shall not have an output voltage greater than ___ volts ac
The ultimate trip current of a thermally protected motor rated at 9 amps or less shall not exceed ___ percent of the motor full-load current.
For a wye-start, delta-run connected motor-compressor, the selection of branch-circuit conductors between the controller and the motor-compressor shall be permitted to be based on ___ percent of either the motor-compressor rated load current or the branch-circuit selection current, whichever is greater.
The total marked rating of a cord-and attachment- plug-connected room air conditioner shall not exceed ___ percent of the rating of a branch circuit where lighting outlets, other appliances, or general-use receptacles are also supplied.
Single-phase cord-and-plug-connected room air conditioners shall be provided with factory-installed LCDI (Leakage Current Detection) or AFCI (Arc Fault Circuit ) protection. The LCDI or AFCI protection shall be an integral part of the attachment plug or be located in the power supply cord within __inches of the attachment plug.
Overcurrent protection shall not be required for conductors from a battery rated less than ___ volts if the battery provides power for starting, ignition, or control of prime movers.
A means shall be provided to reduce the residual voltage of a capacitor to 50 volts or less within ___ ___ after the capacitor is disconnected from the source of supply.
(A) 30 seconds
(B) 1 minute
(C) 3 minutes
(D) 5 minutes
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