BAE-ET 024 Electrical Wiring II

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This course that covers a variety of topics on wiring of electrical utilization equipment that you will have to know when taking the State of Michigan Journey Electrician Examination. This course is based on the 2011 National Electrical Code. Upon successful completion of this course students will: (1) Develop an understanding of the process used to properly size motor control equipment for a branch circuit that consists of a single induction motor; (2) Identify the installation options for the placement of motor disconnects and controllers for a single motor branch circuit; (3) Size a branch circuit overcurrent device and circuit conductors for common electrical appliances including a storage type water heater, clothes dryer, electric range, electric heating units and HVAC equipment; (4) Identify strategies for the placement of disconnecting means for electrical appliances, electrical heating units and HVAC equipment; (5) Explain the differences between class 1, class 2 and class 3 remote control and signaling circuits; (6) Select class 2, class 3 and communications cables for commercial, residential and agricultural facilities; (7) Explain the differences in GFCI and AFCI protection; (8) Identify the proper location of GFCI protected outlets; (9) Properly locate lighting outlets for a dwelling unit; (10) Determine the placement of the minimum number of 125-volt, 15- and 20-ampere receptacle outlets for a dwelling unit; (11) Determine the minium number of required 20-ampere circuits for a dwelling unit; (12) Calculate the minimum number of circuits for general-use receptacles outlets and lighting outlets for a dwelling unit.

Section: BAE-N00033.(1)

Section Description: This course is based on the 2014 National Electrical Code. For this course the following materials will be needed a Calculator, 2014 National Electric Code (ISBN Number 978-1455906727) and Interpreting the National Electrical Code - 9th Edition, Delmar Cengage Publishers ( ISBN: Number 978-1-111-54442-3) Students who are taking this class as part of a mandated electrical apprenticeship training program where MSU is the related technical instruction (RTI) provider must also pay the annual $100 administrative fee. See:

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