Each student will be tested in a three part written test. The three parts will consist of safety, installing, and
operating a 5KW GED or DED generator set.
Given an adequate place for testing, a pencil and the written test packet.
Each student will receive a GO if he/she:
Answers 16 out of 20 (80%) of the questions correctly.
Answers each question marked with an asterisk (*).
Completes the test within one hour.
Part I SAFETY
What is the minimum depth a ground rod must be driven into the ground?
Why is it important to make sure the main circuit breaker is in the OFF position before starting?
a. To prevent damage to equipment and possible death to the operator.
To prevent over loading the generator.
To make sure the circuit breaker switch works.
Why does the operator have to wear ear protection?
To keep dirt out of the ears.
To protect ears during NBC attacks.
The noise level of this equipment can cause hearing damage.
Why must a generator set be as level as possible while operating
Makes equipment easier to work on.
For proper lubrication.
For proper fluid level in the batteries.
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