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(C-2D) Low Voltage

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Nevada State Contractor‘s Board
2310 Corporate Circle, Suite 200
Henderson, NV  89074
Phone: (702) 486-1100
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Las Vegas, NV  89121
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Subject Areas# of
Sound and Communications5
Services, Feeders, Branch Circuits and Overcurrent Protection5
General Knowledge and Calculations6
Grounding and Bonding4
Power Supplies3
Intrusion Alarm Systems5
Utilization and General Use Equipment1
Raceways and Enclosures1
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This exam may also include questions on the following subjects:

  • Reading and interpreting construction codes and regulations
  • Nevada Health Department regulations
  • Appropriate building codes
  • Trade materials, tools, equipment and methods
  • Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Rules

Books Allowed in the Exam

National Electrical Code (NFPA-70) [or] National Electrical Code Handbook, 2005, NFPA
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QUESTION:  “What is the difference between the National Electrical Code (NEC) and the NEC Handbook (both published by NFPA)?”.  The Handbook has the same content as the NEC book with additional drawings and explainations inserted.

The Handbook was designed for engineers and inspectors.  The typical exam candidate should not use it as a prefered reference unless they are using it for inspection jobs in their day-to-day work.

Books NOT Allowed in the Exam

Telecommunications Wiring, 3rd Edition, Clyde N. Herrick
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Certified Alarm Technicians Manual - Level 1, 2001, NBFAA (can only be obtained by taking a 22 hour course through PSI. Cost $400)
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Available Study Materials
Nevada C-2D Low Voltage
Practice Exam

Sample questions are based on the NEC and Telecommunications Wiring.  This package also contains questions from Ugly's Electrical Reference (2014).

The approximate number of questions in this package is 1,030.

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