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100

DC source consisting of two or more cells that convert chemical energy into electrical energy

Battery

100

  • _____The electrical components that are used to connect the serving utility to the premises wiring system.
  • Electrical service
  • Trim-out
  • Raceway system
  • None of the above

Electrical service

100

  • Tools that have a case made of non conductive material and have been constructed so that the case is insulated from electrical energy are called __________.
  • Cats
  • Ground fault circuit interrupter
  • Grounded tool
  • Double-insulated/under grounded tools

Double-insulated tools

100

  • An instrument for measuring electrical current is called_______.
  • Circuit
  • Kilo
  • All of the above
  • Ammeter

Ammeter

100

  • The basic unit of measurement for electrical current, represented by the letter A is a _____.
  • Battery
  • Kilo
  • Amperes
  • All of the above

Amperes

200

  • Negatively charged particles that orbit the nucleus of an atom are called _____.
  • Joule
  • Amperes
  • Batter
  • Electrons

Electrons

200

  • Materials through which it is relatively easy to maintain an electric current are called ____.
  • Insulator
  • Electrons
  • Conductors
  • Charge

Conductors

200

  • A statement of the relationships among current, voltage, and resistance in an electrical circuit: current (I) equals voltage (E ) divided by resistance (R ). Generally expressed as a mathematical formula: E=I/R is called _______.
  • Ohm’s Law
  • Proton
  • Schematic
  • None of the above

Ohm's Law

200

  • The rate of doing work, or the rate at which energy is used or dissipated. Electrical power is measured in watts_______.
  • Ohmmeter
  • Mega
  • Power
  • Ammeter

Power

200

  • Electromechanical devices consisting of a coil and one or more sets of contacts. Used as a switching device are called______.
  • Schematic
  • Ohms
  • Power
  • Relays

Relays

300

  • An instrument used for measuring resistance is called _____.
  • Relays
  • Proton
  • Ohmmeter
  • Nucleus

Ohmmeter

300

  • Any devices in a circuit that resist the flow of electrons are called _____.
  • Resistors
  • Battery
  • Relays
  • Mega

Resistors

300

  • An instrument for measuring voltage is called _______.
  • Voltmeter
  • Watts
  • Solenoids
  • Series circuit

Voltmeter

300

  • Electromagnetic coils used to control a mechanical device such as a valve is called______.
  • Voltage drop
  • Solenoids
  • Valence shell
  • None of the above

Solenoids

300

  • The driving force that makes current flow in a circuit is called _____.
  • Voltage
  • Mega
  • Transformers
  • Valence shell

Voltage

400

  • The Federal government agency established to ensure a safe and healthy environment in the workplace.
  • On-the-job learning
  • Raceway systems
  • Metal raceways
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

OSHA

400

  • The movement, or flow, of electrons in a circuit is called_______.
  • Atoms
  • Joule
  • Current
  • None of the above

Current

400

  • A type of drawing in which symbols are used to represent the components in a system is called_____.
  • Schematic
  • Kilo
  • Mega
  • All of the above

Schematic

400

  • An enclosure where one or more raceways or cables enter, and in which electrical conductors can be, or are, spliced.
  • Junction Box
  • Watertight
  • Weatherproof
  • Explosion-proof

Junction Box

400

  • _____ Circuits containing two or more parallel paths through which current can flow.
  • Parallel circuits
  • Series circuits
  • Series-parallel circuits
  • Relays

Parallel circuits

500

  • The installation of the raceway system, wiring, or cable.
  • Rough-in
  • OSHA
  • Trim-out
  • Electrical service

Rough-in

500

  • A _______ will de-energize a circuit or a portion of it if the current to ground exceeds some predetermined value.
  • Grounded tool
  • Polychlorinated biphenyls
  • Ground fault circuit interrupter
  • Trim-out

GFCI

500

  • Any bend formed by two 90 degree bends with a straight section of conduit between the bends.
  • Gain
  • 90 degree bend
  • Back-to-back bend
  • Rise

Back-to-Back bend

500

  • A sheet metal box-like enclosure used in conduit runs to facilitate the pulling of cables from point to point in long runs, or to provide for the installation conduit support bushings needed to support the weight of long riser cables, or to provide for turns in multiple conduit runs.
  • Junction Box
  • Handy Box
  • Pull Box
  • Explosion-proof

Pull Box

500

  • Single-gang outlet box used for surface mounting to enclose receptacles or wall switches on concrete or concrete block construction of industrial and commercial buildings.
  • Handy Box
  • Outlet Box
  • Rain tight
  • Weatherproof

Handy Box