Test your knowledge of the code, by taking E.T.E.'s code quiz.
There are 10 questions, which are multiple choice.
Based on the 2007 Code Book.
When installing a receptacle in a dwelling unit utility closet, GFCI is required when it is located within ___ ft of the outside edge of a sink.
(D) no requirement
Is GFCI required on a receptacle installed above a dwelling unit kitchen countertop, that is not located within the allowable distance from a sink?
What is the maximum height, above finished floor, to the center of the highest operating position of an installed circuit breaker or switch?
(A) 5 ft. 9 in.
(B) 6 ft. 0 in.
(C) 6 ft. 5 in.
(D) 6 ft. 7 in.
When installing 500 MCM copper service conductors what size copper grounding electrode conductor is required?
If you are running EMT, and you have to notch the wood member to run your pipe, is it necessary to protect this with a steel plate before wall finish material is applied?
For a nonshielded conductor, what is the allowable bending radius?
(A) not less than 4 times the diameter
(B) not less than 6 times the diameter
(C) not less than 8 times the diameter
(D) not less than12 times the diameter
Derating of conductors is not required in conduit nipples ___ inches or less.
When installing a box for a receptacle in sheetrock, what is the maximum allowable gap or space from the edge of the box to the flush type cover?
(A) 1/16 in.
(B) 1/8 in.
(C) 1/4 in.
(D) 3/16 in.
What is maximum amount of #12 conductors that can be installed in a standard 4" X 1 1/2" box (4" square)?
Boxes that are used for devices like receptacles, switches or anything with yokes must have a minimum depth of ___ inches.
(A) 1/2 in.
(B) 3/4 in.
(C) 15/16 in.
(D) 7/8 in.
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