Code Quiz # 2

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 2005 Code Book.

 


Question #1:
A GFCI receptacle must be installed if it is located with 6ft. from the outside edge of a dwelling unit utility sink.

(A) True   
(B) False

Question #2:
What is the minimum clearance from ground for a 480V overhead span of open conductors over a commercial driveway with no truck traffic?
(A) 12 feet
(B) 15 feet 
(C) 16.5 feet
(D) 18 feet

Question #3:
 When installing a service feeder under a building, what is the minimum depth requirement of the trench?
(A)  6 inches
(B) 12 inches
(C) 18 inches
(D) 24 inches

Question #4:
If it is impracticable to mount the service head above the point of attachment, what is the maximum distance below the point of attachment it can be mounted?
(A)
   6 inches
(B) 12 inches 
(C) 24 inches
(D) 36 inches

Question #5:
What is the maximum run length of a 18AWG fixture wire that is tapped on to a 20 amp branch circuit?
(A)   6 feet
(B) 12 feet
(C) 25 feet
(D) 50 feet

Question #6:.
Is it permissible to have the water pump disconnect, which serves for fire protection, to be located remotely from all other feeder grouped disconnects.
(A) Yes
(B) No

Question #7:
In a dwelling unit, the code requires a receptacle in the hallway if it exceeds ____ft or more.

(A)   3 feet
(B)   6 feet
(C) 10 feet
(D) 12 feet

Question #8:
Is it necessary by code to install ARC Fault Interpreters  (AFCI) on a light circuit that feeds a dwelling unit bedroom?

(A) Yes
(B) No

Question #9:
Is it permissible to put any other wire than service wire in with a service feeder?
(A) Yes
(B) No

Question #10:
Branch circuits that are larger than ___amps can only feed non-lighting loads.
(A) 20 amps   
(B) 30 amps
(C) 40 amps
(D) 50 amps


Thanks for taking E.T.E.'s Code quiz!

If you find any discrepancies please feel free to email E.T.E. at http://www.elec-toolbox.com/email.htm.

Back to ETE's Code Quiz Page

Back to Main Page

Hit Counter

  2007, Electricians' Toolbox Etc...

Design by TC