Critical Power: Generators and Generator System Design


Air Date: Thursday, February 13, 2014

Exam for Continuing Education Units

1 AIA CES accredited LU available for attendees

You must get 8 of 10 questions correct to pass the exam. You may retake the exam if necessary. You will be notified whether you passed or failed automatically after taking the exam. Upon passing the exam, you will be able to download the completion certificate immediately.


 

Critical Power: Generators and Generator System Design

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Exam Question 1 *

Manual transfer switches are allowed in optional standby systems.

True
False
Exam Question 2 *

Which of the following fuel sources are permitted in NFPA 110?

Diesel
Liquid propane
Natural gas
All of the above
Exam Question 3 *

Tier 2 generators can participate in load sharing programs that use it for profit.

True
False
Exam Question 4 *

The National Electrical Code requires that metered demand load be measured, at minimum, for:

Single point reading
One day
30 days
One year
Exam Question 5 *

To determine the existing demand load, the National Electrical Code requires that metered demand load be multiplied by which factor?

125%
80%
300%
100%
Exam Question 6 *

Transfer switches may not be located in the same room as the generator.

True
False
Exam Question 7 *

The emergency power source system “class” is represented in:

Seconds
Minutes
Hours
Watts
Exam Question 8 *

Generator annunciation only requires visual annunciation at the remote location.

True
False
Exam Question 9 *

Minimum low fuel alarm is equivalent to the class rating of the generator

True
False
Exam Question 10 *

Diesel generators that serve emergency egress lighting require at least 90 minutes of fuel.

True
False