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Q1>when determining design current, the correction factor that is applied to a bs 3036 rewirable fuse?

and

Q2>the correction factor for cables installed in free air with a 90oC thermosetting insulation and an ambient temperature of 40oC is?

where in the regs do i find this information???

regards
 
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EasyFox

Re: 2382 17th questions i am stuck on

Appendix 4 take a look & post back with answers
 
E

EasyFox

Re: 2382 17th questions i am stuck on

Correct on both counts:)

Night I'm off to bed now catch you tomorrow.
 
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Re: 2382 17th questions i am stuck on

>>next questions<<

the maximum permitted disconnection time for a 20A standard radial power circuit is?

where do i find this information? its not page 46 is it??
 
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Shakey

Re: 2382 17th questions i am stuck on

>>next questions<<

the maximum permitted disconnection time for a 20A standard radial power circuit is?

where do i find this information? its not page 46 is it??
sure is Luke, table 41.1 for TN & TT,

BUT read in conjunction with 411.3.2.2, 411.3.2.3, & 411.3.2.4

now tell me what the disconnection time is;)
 
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Re: 2382 17th questions i am stuck on

411.3.2.3 says, disconnection time not exceeding 5's. soi nthe table 41.1 under TN its 0.4
so the answer is 0.4?

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heres another one which is croppin up and i cant find it, well, havnt got a clue where to look?

cable couplers should be arranged so that the plug of the coupler is connected to

a: the load side
b: the feed side
c: the terminals of the consumer unit
d: a splitter box

now personsonally i'd say feedside?? tell me why if i am wrong
 
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Shakey

Re: 2382 17th questions i am stuck on

411.3.2.3 says, disconnection time not exceeding 5's. soi nthe table 41.1 under TN its 0.4
so the answer is 0.4?

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heres another one which is croppin up and i cant find it, well, havnt got a clue where to look?

cable couplers should be arranged so that the plug of the coupler is connected to

a: the load side
b: the feed side
c: the terminals of the consumer unit
d: a splitter box

now personsonally i'd say feedside?? tell me why if i am wrong
yep its 0.4 seconds (assuming TN)

Answer A for second question

read 553.2.2 and work it out from that.....:p;)
 
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EasyFox

Re: 2382 17th questions i am stuck on

Just got in .................................from college & I passed the 2382-20....100% on all sections bar one only got 83%..............:cool::):)
 
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MacSparky

Re: 2382 17th questions i am stuck on

Congratulations easyfox, whats next on the horizon?:)
 
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Shakey

Re: 2382 17th questions i am stuck on

this years niceic assessment in a few weeks time:rolleyes:
83% one section

but that means you got an answer wrong

which means you didnt know the answer

EASYFOX DOESNT KNOW THE ANSWER:p:p:p:p

ok, try this,

take your finger

and your thumb

make a shape of an 'L'

place on forehead:p:p



oh, and well done mate;)
 
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EasyFox

Re: 2382 17th questions i am stuck on

83% one section

but that means you got an answer wrong

which means you didnt know the answer

EASYFOX DOESNT KNOW THE ANSWER:p:p:p:p

ok, try this,

take your finger

and your thumb

make a shape of an 'L'

place on forehead:p:p.
oh, and well done mate;)


:D:D
Cheers mate.

Some 17th questions for peep's to try:

1, Non sheathed cables installed in trunking that is fixed on a brick wall has an installation method of.
a) A
b) B
c) C
d) D


2, On a farm a final circuit supplying socket-outlets rated above 32A must be protected by a:
a) BS88 fuse
b) 30mA rcd
c) 100mA rcd
d) 300mA rcd

3,On a stand insulating piercing lampholders may only be used:
a) inside a building
b) if the lampholders are of metal construction
c) if the cables and lamp holders are compatible
d) if its possible to safely remove the lampholders at a later date

4,Section 771 of BS7671:2008 applies to:
a) temporary installations in exhibitions
b) fixed installations in buildings where exhibitions take place
c) TV production sets
d) fairgrounds

5, A TN-C-S system may not be used to supply a mobile unit unless:
a) the voltage is below 110v
b) it is effectively earthed
c) an earth electrode is connected to the main earthing terminal
d) it is under the supervision of a skilled person and is effectively earthed

6, With regards to a transportable unit, a notice fixed in a prominent position on the unit need not display the:
a) frequency of the supply
b) type of supply
c) maximum power requirement
d) the voltage rating of the unit

7,An unfused spur connected to a 30amp circuit may supply:
a) two fixed appliances
b) an unlimited number of socket-outlets
c) two twin socket-outlets or one fixed appliance
d) one twin socket-outlet or one single socket-outlet

8, A 230v socket-outlet may be installed in a bathroom providing it :
a) is at least 3 meters from zone 0
b) is a SELV socket
c) has an IP rating of at least IPX4
d) is at least 3 meters from zone 1 and 30mA rcd protected

9, Inspection & testing of a fairground installation must take place:
a) every 3 months
b) after each assembly on site
c) only if it is fed from the public supply system
d) only if it is fed from an ac supply

10, When carrying out an insulation resistance test on a 230v socket-outlet circuit incorperating surge protective devices (SPD) the test voltage may be reduced to:
a) 500v
b) 1000v
c) 50v
d) 250v

More tomorrow if I remember :D enjoy.
 
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hungy5

Re: 2382 17th questions i am stuck on

Hi EasyFox....thanks for posted question above...
I manage to answers these questions....please correct is i'm wrong..

1/B
3/C
5/D
6/A
7/D
8/D

I could not find answer for questions 2, 4,9 & 10...
Please could you post the answer and how to find it around the 17th edition book..???
many thanks....

PS: please....please.....post more Question...

Congratulation on your exam.....!!!
 
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