NCCER Electrical Level 1 Module 5 PT presentation

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NCCER Electrical Level 1 Module 5 PT presentation

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  1. Performance Test

    Slide 1 - Performance Test

    • Find the minimum wire bending space required for two No. 3/0 AWG conductors installed in a junction box or cabinet and entering opposite the terminal.
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  2. Terms

    Slide 2 - Terms

    • Find the minimum wire bending space required for two No. 3/0 AWG conductors installed in a junction box or cabinet and entering opposite the terminal.
    • Minimum
    • Wire Bending Space
    • Two
    • No. 3/0 AWG
    • Junction Box or Cabinet
    • Entering opposite the terminal
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  3. Questions

    Slide 3 - Questions

    • Where Should we Start Looking?
    • Minimum (this does not give much info yet)
    • Wire Bending Space (wire bending space is all over the code, so this is not much of a clue)
    • Two (this does not give much info yet)
    • No. 3/0 AWG (We need know its application before we can consider wire size at this point)
    • Junction Box or Cabinet (Article 312 cover Cabinets)
    • Entering opposite the terminal (We don’t have enough info yet)
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  4. Questions

    Slide 4 - Questions

    • Go to Article 312, review it and then lets continue…
    • Next Steps?
    • Minimum (this does not give much info yet)
    • Wire Bending Space (Article 312.6 (B) covers Wire Bending Space at terminals)
    • Two (this does not give much info yet)
    • No. 3/0 AWG (We need know its application before we can consider wire size at this point)
    • Junction Box or Cabinet (Article 312 cover Cabinets)
    • Entering opposite the terminal (We don’t have enough info yet)
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  5. Questions

    Slide 5 - Questions

    • Go to Article 312.6 (B), review it and then lets continue…
    • Next Steps?
    • Minimum (this does not give much info yet)
    • Wire Bending Space (Article 312.6 (B) covers Wire Bending Space at terminals)
    • Two (this does not give much info yet)
    • No. 3/0 AWG (We need know its application before we can consider wire size at this point)
    • Junction Box or Cabinet (Article 312 cover Cabinets)
    • Entering opposite the terminal (Article 312.6 (B)(2) covers Conductors Entering or Leaving Opposite Wall)
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  6. Questions

    Slide 6 - Questions

    • Go to Article 312.6 (B)(2), review it and then lets continue…
    • It says go to Table 312.6 (B) for more details… lets go there and review…
    • Next Steps?
    • Minimum (this does not give much info yet)
    • Wire Bending Space (Article 312.6 (B) covers Wire Bending Space at terminals)
    • Two (this does not give much info yet)
    • No. 3/0 AWG (Table 312.6 (B) says that I need 7” of wire being space)
    • Junction Box or Cabinet (Article 312 cover Cabinets)
    • Entering opposite the terminal (Article 312.6 (B)(2) covers Conductors Entering or Leaving Opposite Wall)
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  7. Questions

    Slide 7 - Questions

    • Lets look at the rest of our facts and go from there…
    • Next Steps?
    • Minimum (this does not give much info yet) – (“Minimum is already the code standard”)
    • Wire Bending Space (Article 312.6 (B) covers Wire Bending Space at terminals)
    • Two (this does not give much info yet) – (In this situation, Two does not carry much weight being we have so little information)
    • No. 3/0 AWG (Table 312.6 (B) says that I need 7” of wire being space)
    • Junction Box or Cabinet (Article 312 cover Cabinets)
    • Entering opposite the terminal (Article 312.6 (B)(2) covers Conductors Entering or Leaving Opposite Wall)
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  8. Answer

    Slide 8 - Answer

    • 7”
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  9. What it looks like in real life

    Slide 9 - What it looks like in real life

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  10. How it applies

    Slide 10 - How it applies

    • We would you our number, and how the electrical equipment was set up in real life, then would be able to determine exactly where we need to allocate that 7”.
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