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Pass the ICC E1 Residential Electrical Inspector exam!

We provide everything you require to achieve ICC E1 Residential Electrical Inspector status. PASS YOUR 2015 ICC E1 EXAM. You will pass, we guarantee it. Order our ICC E1 Course today and save $30

With our help, Preparing for your ICC E1 Residential Electrical Inspector Test has never been easier! You will pass the 2015 E1 exam, we guarantee it!

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Refresh your 2015 IRC and 2014 NEC code knowledge, successfully pass your 2015 ICC E1 Residential Electrical Inspector Exam. Our comprehensive interactive Residential Electrical Inspector exam preparation program is your best, most affordable path to guarantee ICC certification!

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STUDY our “Navigating the 2015 IRCA Code Primer – For ICC E1 Residential Electrical Inspectors”. This manual familiarizes you with the structure and function of the code contained within chapters 1-2 and 34-43 of the 2015 IRC. ICC International Residential Code for One and Two-Family Dwellings.

STUDY our “Navigating the 2014 NECA Code Primer – For ICC E1 Residential, Electrical Inspectors”. 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 500 practice questions. Study-specific questions and answers and take timed simulated practice exams.

The course includes

  • Textbook (Navigating the 2015 IRC. A Code Primer – For the ICC E1 Residential Electrical Inspector exam)
  • Textbook (Navigating the 2014 NEC. A Code Primer – For the ICC E1 Residential Electrical Inspector exam)
  • FastTabs (Tab your 2015 IRC codebook)
  • FastTabs (Tab your 2014 NEC codebook)
  • QuickCards. (Four QuickCard code lookup cheat-sheets)
  • Online Study Center (Practice looking up answers in your codebook, Take full length simulated exams).


TEXTBOOK – NAVIGATING THE 2015 IRC – A Code Primer – For the ICC E1 Residential Electrical Inspector Exam

Our “NAVIGATING THE 2015 IRC” manual helps students review the (IRC) International Residential Code. This manual focuses specifically on the relationship of the IRC to the E1 Certification Exam. When you master the code, you master the Exam!

This manual is designed specifically for the E1 Residential Electrical Inspector Exam. The manual familiarizes you with the use, layout, and content of the first 2 chapters & chapters 34-43 of the 2015 IRC. The manual also provides a comprehensive review of study questions similar to those found on the ICC E1 Exam.

Textbook includes

  • The purpose and layout of the code
  • How to navigate the IRC
  • Code reference exercises, speed drills
  • Exam Breakdown
  • Using the Table of Contents
  • Breaking down questions by subject (Chapters 1-2 & 34-43)
    • Keyword Identification, how to Identify the subject of a question for easy reference.
    • How to search for a code article by referencing the INDEX
    • Code reference example questions with in-depth solutions.

This manual covers the use, layout, and content of the first 2 chapters & chapters 34-43 of the IRC. This manual is the starting point for the TLC ICC Certification Training Program.

You are allowed by ICC to use the 2015 IRC codebook when taking your E1 Exam!


TEXTBOOK – NAVIGATING THE 2014 NEC – A Code Primer – For the ICC E1 Residential Electrical Inspector Exam

Our “NAVIGATING THE 2014 NEC” manual helps students review the (NEC) National Electrical Code. The manual focuses specifically on the relationship of the NEC to the E1 Certification Exam. Designed specifically for the E1 Residential Electrical Inspector exam, this manual will familiarize you with the use, layout, and content chapters 1 through 10 of the 2014 NEC. The manual also provides a comprehensive review of study questions similar to those found on the ICC E1 Exam.

Textbook includes

  • The purpose and layout of the code
  • How to navigate the NEC
  • Code reference exercises, speed drills
  • Exam Breakdown
  • Using the Table of Contents
  • Breaking down questions by subject (Chapters 1-10)
    • Keyword Identification, how to Identify the subject of a question for easy reference.
    • How to search for a code article by referencing the INDEX
    • Code reference example questions with in-depth solutions.

This manual covers the use, layout, and content of chapters 1-10 of the NEC. This manual is a crucial part of the TLC ICC Certification Training Program.

You are allowed by ICC to use the 2014 NEC codebook when taking your E1 Exam!


FAST-TABS – Approved tabs for your codebook: For the IRC (2015 Edition)

Tab your Codebook. Fast-Tabs help you navigate the 2015 IRC quickly and efficiently. Fast-tabs are a must-have item for IMC users and can dramatically lower the time spent searching through the codebook.

You are allowed by ICC to use our codebook tabs when taking your E1 Exam!


FAST-TABS – Approved tabs for your codebook: For the NEC (2014 Edition)

Tab your Codebook. Fast-Tabs help you navigate the 2014 NEC quickly and efficiently. Fast-tabs are a must-have item for NEC users and can dramatically lower the time spent searching through the codebook.

You are allowed by ICC to use our codebook tabs when taking your E1 Exam!


 QUICK-CARD – Two Quick lookup referencess of key IRC and NEC codes:

 

These two 6-page laminated Quick-Cards place 2015 IRC and 2014 NEC essentials at your fingertips and helps familiarize you with key code sections. Quick-cards are a useful addition to your professional code library.

IRC Quick-Card includes:

Foundations & Footings ● Floor Framing ● Wall Framing ● Roof Framing ● Exterior Wall Covering ● Interior Dimensions ● Stairways ● Means of Egress ● Smoke Alarms ● HVAC & Appliance Location & Clearance ● HVAC – Ventilation & Exhaust Systems ● Plumbing ● Electrical.

NEC Quick-Card includes:

Neutral & Grounded Conductors ● Branch Circuits Feeders Service Conductors ● Protection against Physical Damage ● Working Space Clearances ● Grounding & Bonding ● Overhead Installations ● Underground Installations ● Conductors General Wiring ● Dwelling Unit Receptacle Outlets ● Dwelling Unit Receptacle Outlet Locations.


ONLINE STUDY CENTER:

Chapter Study Mode – Flash Card Study Mode – Chapter Test Mode – Final Exam Simulation Mode

Access practice questions & simulated exams from any device with internet access! Online features include virtual flashcards, 500+ practice questions, chapter exams, & mock final exams.

Our “Online Study Center” allows you to focus your study time by reviewing only the unfamiliar questions. Mark questions you know as DONE, and they will appear only on the mock final exams. Practice exams also provide additional feedback on questions answered incorrectly.

Online exercises appear as

  • Chapter Study Mode (Study by Chapter) 
  • Flash Card Mode (Study by random questions/answers)
  • Chapter Test Mode (Chapter tests lead to a greater understanding of the layout of the code)
  • Final Exam Simulation Mode. Final exams consist of full-length, timed practice tests similar to the ICC exam.

SIMULATED ONLINE EXAMS: Chapter tests and final exams allow you to check your progress while you master our study material. Practice tests provide real-time feedback and enable you to concentrate only on subjects needing improvement. Practice exams help you rapidly gain confidence and knowledge to pass your ICC Certification Exam effortlessly.

ONE YEAR ONLINE ACCESS: 1-year full access membership to our Online Study Center. Conveniently study in your home or office without wasting valuable time traveling to distant ICC classes. Our program is a reliable and affordable way to pass your 2015 E1 Residential Electrical Inspector Exam at home, online.


THIS PROGRAM REQUIRES YOU TO HAVE A COPY OF THE 2015 (IRC) INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE & 2014 (NEC) NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE. IF YOU DO NOT OWN A COPY OF THE CODE-BOOK, YOU SHOULD ACQUIRE ONE IMMEDIATELY.

Now take your ICC E1 exam at home, ONLINE 24/7!

Take your exam at home via PRONTO (Proctored Remote Online Training)
Print your building inspector certificate immediately upon passing the exam

ICC PRONTO provides an additional at-home option for taking your ICC E1 exam. Now you have the option of going to your closest Person | Vue testing center OR choosing to take the exam from your home or office via ICC PRONTO.

ICC Inspector exams are available at Pearson | Vue testing centers across the country. Pricing for each exam is the same regardless if you choose Pearson | Vue or ICC PRONTO to administer your final exam.

  • For more information or to log into the ICC – PRONTO portal. CLICK HERE
  • For more information or to set up an exam with Pearson | Vue. CLICK HERE

E1 EXAM BREAKDOWN:

60 QUESTIONS – 2 HOUR TIME LIMIT – OPEN BOOK EXAM – 75%+ TO PASS

General Requirements 10%

  • Project Administration 1%
  • Public Information and Legal 1%
  • Electrical Theory 2%
  • Clearances and Guarding 2%
  • Connections and Splices 2%
  • Conductors 2%

Services 17%

  • Service Size and Rating 8%
  • Service Grounding and Bonding 9%

Branch Circuit and Feeder Requirements 28%

  • Feeders 5%
  • Branch Circuit and Feeder Calculations 6%
  • Branch Circuit Ratings and Overcurrent Protection 7%
  • Required Branch Circuits 5%
  • Panelboards 5%

Wiring Methods And Power and Lighting Distribution 21%

  • Installation Methods 4%
  • Branch Circuit Required Outlets 4%
  • Branch Circuits – GFCI 4%
  • Boxes and Enclosures 3%
  • Equipment Grounding 3%
  • Flexible Cords 2%
  • Class 2 Circuits 1%

Devices, Lighting Fixtures, and Appliances 19%

  • Switches and Receptacles 6%
  • Light Fixtures 4%
  • Appliances 5%
  • Heating and Cooling Equipment 4%
  • Swimming Pools and Similar Installations 5%
  • Swimming Pool Wiring 5%

RESPONSIBILITY: The duties of an E1 Certified Electrical Inspector include the following.

  • Inspecting the installation or alteration of electrical systems indoors and outdoors for one-and-two-family dwellings limited to 120/240 volts and single phase, up to 400 amperes.
  • Verify the proper installation of services, conductors, equipment, components, fixtures, appliances, devices and electrical appurtenances.
  • Determine the compliance with the Building Codes and Standards adopted by their jurisdiction.

2015 IRC for One and Two-Family Dwellings.
Required Codebook

If you don’t own a copy of the 2015 IRC, (International Residential Code) that’s OK. We have you covered. Add the codebook and you are good to go.


THIS PROGRAM REQUIRES YOU TO HAVE A COPY OF THE 2018 (IRC). IF YOU DO NOT OWN A COPY OF THIS CODE-BOOK, ACQUIRE ONE IMMEDIATELY.

2015 IRC SOFTCOVER 

You must have a copy of the 2015 IRC to use this program!

Pass the ICC B1, M1, P1, and E1 Exam. The ICC Inspector Certification exam is an open book test.

You must possess a copy of the 2105 IRC when taking your ICC B1, M1, P1, and E1 Residential Inspector Exams.

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The 2015 IRC is a REQUIRED CODEBOOK for 2015, B1, M1, P1, and E1 Residential Building Inspector Exams.

This comprehensive code compiles all building, plumbing, mechanical, fuel gas and electrical requirements for non-commercial one- and two-family dwellings in one convenient code. The regulations cover dwellings and townhouses up to three stories.

The 2015 IRC® contains many important changes including:

  • Common walls separating townhouses must now be rated for 2 hours when an automatic fire sprinkler system is not installed.
  • Remodeling of an existing basement does not trigger the emergency escape and rescue opening requirements unless a new bedroom is created.
  • Ramps that do not serve the required egress door are now permitted to have a slope not greater than 1 unit vertical in 8 units horizontal.
  • Carbon monoxide alarms now require connection to the house wiring system with battery backup. A carbon monoxide alarm is required in bedrooms when there is a fuel-
  • fired appliance in the bedroom or adjoining bathroom.
  • Revised lumber capacities have changed the span lengths for floor joists, ceiling joists, and rafters in the prescriptive tables of the IRC.
  • New sections and tables provide prescriptive methods for posts, beams, joists, and connections in deck construction.
  • The girder and header span tables of Chapter 5 have been moved into Chapter 6. Multi-ply and single header tables are combined. A new section describing rim board headers is added.

ISBN-10: 1609834704
ISBN-13: 978-1609834708

2014 NEC National Electrical Code.
Required Codebook

If you don’t own a copy of the 2014 NEC, (National Electrical Code) that’s OK. We have you covered. Add the codebook and you are good to go.


THIS PROGRAM REQUIRES YOU TO HAVE A COPY OF THE 2014 (NEC). IF YOU DO NOT OWN A COPY OF THIS CODE-BOOK, ACQUIRE ONE IMMEDIATELY.

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.

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The 2014 NEC is a REQUIRED CODE-BOOK for anyone taking the 2015 E1 Commercial Electrical Inspectors 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)

ISBN-13: 978-1455916467
ISBN-10: 1455916463

Take our 2015 Free E1 Residential Electrical Inspector Practice Exam.

Pass this 10 question free ICC 2015 E1 practice test to glimpse where you stand! These sample 2015 ICC E1 practice questions are similar to the problems you will encounter when taking your actual ICC E1 2015 Certification exam.

If you answer eight or more of these practice questions correctly, congratulations, you are in pretty good shape.

However, if you miss three or more questions, get this course, you are in danger of failing your ICC Exam.

Except as otherwise specified in the Code, the working space dimension in the direction of live parts and panelboards that might need adjustment, examination, maintenance or service while energized must be at least ______ inches deep.

Correct! Wrong!

Except as otherwise specified in Chapters 34 through 43, the dimension of the working space in the direction of access to panelboards and live parts of other equipment likely to require examination, adjustment, servicing or maintenance while energized shall be not less than 36 inches (914 mm) in depth. Distances shall be measured from the energized parts where such parts are exposed or from the enclosure front or opening where such parts are enclosed. In addition to the 36-inch dimension (914 mm), the workspace shall not be less than 30 inches (762 mm) wide in front of the electrical equipment and not less than the width of such equipment. The workspace shall be clear and shall extend from the floor or platform to a height of 6.5 feet (1981 mm) or the height of the equipment, whichever is greater. In all cases, the work space shall allow at least a 90-degree (1.57 rad) opening of equipment doors or hinged panels. Equipment associated with the electrical installation located above or below the electrical equipment shall be permitted to extend not more than 6 inches (152 mm) beyond the front of the electrical equipment. [110.26(A) (1), (2), (3)]

2015 International Residential Code
Chapter 34: General Requirements
SECTION E3405, EQUIPMENT LOCATION, AND CLEARANCES
E3405.2 Working clearances for energized equipment and panelboards.

2014 NEC
110.26 Spaces About Electrical Equipment.
(A) Working Space.
(1) Depth of Working Space.
(2) Width of Working Space.
(3) Height of Working Space.

When circuit conductors are electrically joined at each end, forming a single conductor, they must be at least ______ AWG.

Correct! Wrong!

Circuit conductors that are connected in parallel shall be limited to sizes 1/0 AWG and larger. Conductors in parallel shall: be of the same length; consist of the same conductor material; be the same circular mil area and have the same insulation type. Conductors in parallel shall be terminated in the same manner. Where run in separate raceways or cables, the raceway or cables shall have the same physical characteristics. Where conductors are in separate raceways or cables, the same number of conductors shall be used in each raceway or cable. [310.10(H)]

2015 International Residential Code
Chapter 34: General Requirements
SECTION E3406, ELECTRICAL CONDUCTORS AND CONNECTIONS
E3406.6 Conductors in parallel.

2014 NEC
310.10 Uses Permitted.
(H) Conductors in Parallel.
(2) Conductor and Installation Characteristics.

A dwelling unit can be supplied by how many services?

Correct! Wrong!

One- and two-family dwellings shall be supplied by only one service. (230.2)

2015 International Residential Code
Chapter 36: Services
SECTION E3601, GENERAL SERVICES
E3601.2 Number of services.

2014 NEC
230.2 Number of Services.

For one family dwellings, the ampacity of ungrounded service conductors must not be less than the load served, and the ungrounded conductors rating must be at least ______ amperes, 3 wire.

Correct! Wrong!

Ungrounded service conductors shall have an ampacity of not less than the load served. For one-family dwellings, the ampacity of the ungrounded conductors shall be not less than 100 amperes, 3 wire. For all other installations, the ampacity of the ungrounded conductors shall be not less than 60 amperes. [230.42(B), 230.79(C) & (D)]

2015 International Residential Code
Chapter 36: Services
SECTION E3602, SERVICE SIZE, AND RATING
E3602.1 Ampacity of ungrounded conductors.

2014 NEC
230.42 Minimum Size and Rating.
(B) Specific Installations.
230.79 Rating of Service Disconnecting Means.
(C) One-Family Dwellings.
(D) All Others.

The minimum allowable ampacity of a branch-circuit or feeder conductor size on a branch circuit or feeder that supplies continuous loads or a combination of continuous and noncontinuous loads, before applying any correction factors or adjustment, must be equal to or greater than _____ percent of the continuous load plus the noncontinuous load.

Correct! Wrong!

Branch-circuit and feeder conductors shall have ampacities not less than the maximum load to be served. Where a branch circuit or a feeder supplies continuous loads or any combination of continuous and noncontinuous loads, the minimum branch-circuit or feeder conductor size, before the application of any adjustment or correction factors, shall have an allowable ampacity equal to or greater than the noncontinuous load plus 125 percent of the continuous load.[210.19(A)(1)(a) and 215.2(A)(1)(a)]

2015 International Residential Code
Chapter 37: Branch Circuit and Feeder Requirements
SECTION E3701, GENERAL
E3701.2 Branch-circuit and feeder ampacity.

2014 NEC
210.19 Conductors - Minimum Ampacity and Size. (
A) Branch Circuits Not More Than 600 Volts.
(1) General.
215.2 Minimum Rating and Size.
(A) Feeders Not More Than 600 Volts.
(1) General.