— 2014 ICC E2 Commercial Electrical Inspector Certification Course!
HOW TO BECOME AN ICC P2 COMMERCIAL ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR
Complete our online 2015 P2 Commercial Electrical Inspector exam preparation course, then pass the ICC P2 exam online via ICC PRONTO.
Successfully achieve ICC P2 Commercial Electrical Inspector certification status without leaving the comfort of your home or office.
$169.00 – $229.00
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STUDY our “Navigating the 2014 NEC: A Code Primer – For the ICC E2 Commercial Electrical Inspector Exam”. This manual will familiarize you with the structure of the code contained within the ten chapters of the NEC. National Electrical Code Code.
PRACTICE utilizing our “Online Study Center,” providing over 600 practice questions. Study-specific questions and answers and take timed simulated practice exams.
The course includes
Quick Card – Solar Photovoltaic Systems 2014 NEC: This 6-page laminated card provides all the essentials in Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Systems needed on a daily basis by electrician and PV installers. based on the 2014 NEC
Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Systems – General Requirements & Identification ● Circuit Requirements ● Maximum Voltage, Circuit Sizing & Current ● Circuit Requirements – Overcurrent Protection ● Circuit Requirements – Stand-Alone Systems ● Circuit Requirements – Arc-Fault Circuit & Rapid Shutdown ● Disconnecting Means ● Buildings & Other Structures ● Disconnecting Means – Disconnection of Photovoltaic Equipment ● Wiring Methods ● Grounding ● Marking/Identification
Quick Card – Electrical Wiring: This 6-page laminated card provides the tables and formulas, Wiring Methods and Materials you need, based on the 2014 NEC
General Requirements for all Wiring – Sizes & Clearances ● General Requirements for over 1000 Volts, Nominal ● Conductors for General Wiring – Sizes & Types ● Conductors for General Wiring – Ampacities ● Conductors for General Wiring – Construction Specifications ● Types of Cables ● Cabinets, Cutout Boxes & Meter Socket Enclosures ● Conductors in Outlet, Device & Junction Boxes & Conduit Bodies ● Cable Trays.
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E2 EXAM BREAKDOWN:
80 QUESTIONS – 3.5 HOUR TIME LIMIT – OPEN BOOK EXAM – 75%+ TO PASS
General Requirements – (10%)
- Project Administration and Legal 3%
- Public Information 2%
- Conductors 5%
Services – (17%)
- Service Size, Rating, and Installations 8%
- Service and Feeder Grounding and Bonding 9%
Branch Circuit and Feeder Requirements – (19%)
- Branch Circuit and Feeder Installation 5%
- Branch Circuit and Feeder Calculations 4%
- Branch Circuit Ratings and Overcurrent Protection 5%
- Equipment Grounding and Bonding 5%
Wiring Methods and Distribution Systems – (19%)
- Branch Circuit Required Outlets 3%
- Boxes, Enclosures, and Conduit Bodies 5%
- Panelboards and Switchboards 6%
- Raceways, Cables, and Bus Ducts 3%
- Flexible Cords and Fixture Wires 2%
General Use Equipment – (12%)
- Switches, Receptacles, and Light Fixtures 3%
- General Use Equipment and Other Appliances 3%
- Motors and Controllers 3%
- Transformers, Generators, and Miscellaneous Equipment 3%
Special Occupancies – (9%)
- Hazardous Locations 3%
- Health Care Facilities 2%
- Miscellaneous Other Special Occupancies 1%
- Commercial Garages, Gas Stations, and Bulk Stations 3%
Special Equipment – (7%)
- Swimming Pools, Fountains, and Similar Installations 4%
- Miscellaneous Special Equipment 3%)
- Smoke and Fire Venting Control 4%)
Special Systems – (7%)
- Emergency Systems 2%
- Signaling Systems 2%
- Fire Alarm Systems 2%
- Communications Systems 1%
RESPONSIBILITY: The duties of an E2 Certified Electrical Inspector include the following.
- Perform inspections of the installation or alteration of electrical systems indoors and outdoors including services ● conductors ● equipment ● components ● fixtures ● appliances ● devices ● and electrical appurtenances for all types of buildings and structures, both commercial and industrial, with no limit as to voltage or amperage.
2014 NEC SOFTCOVER
For the ICC E1 Residential or ICC E2 Commercial Electrical Inspector exam.
The ICC E1 & E2 electrical Certification exams are open book code tests.
You must possess a copy of the 2014 NEC when taking the ICC E1 or E2 Electrical Inspector exam.
The 2014 National Electrical Code contains hundreds of significant revisions encompassing new technology and improved safety for electrical personnel and consumers. Revisions in the 2014 NEC impact residential, commercial, and industrial installations. Stay current and update today! (Softbound, 910 pp., 2014)
Major changes in the 2014 NEC include:
expanded AFCI and GFCI protection in homes; new methods to distribute low voltage power; new practices to ensure the safety of photovoltaic electrical systems; plus electrical worker safety, sustainable energy systems, and more!
First-time articles introduce new coverage in growth areas:
- Low Voltage Direct Current Distribution Systems (Article 393)
- Modular Data Centers (Article 646)
- Fire Resistive Cable Systems (Article 728)
- Energy Management Systems (Article 750)