Quiz 2 – PAT Testing Basics

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PAT Testing Basics

Inspecting and Testing of Electrical Equipment (PAT Testing) isn't just about electricity.  Anybody carrying out the role needs a good understanding of electrical equipment in general and knowledge of the terminology we use.  If you are new to the role, this quiz may be quite challenging.  If you are experienced, it should be straight forward.

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The User Check includes checking the wall socket

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What unit is current measured in?

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To be able to carry out a User Check you need a formal qualification

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Which one of the following combinations is correct?

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An Extra Low Voltage item is characterised by which one of the following?

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What unit is power measured in?

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Extra Low Voltage items have an input voltage of up to...?

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When testing a earth path, a result considered to be 'perfect' would be...

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What unit is emf / potential difference measured in?

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Which one of the following best describes a Class II item?

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If an appliance has a power rating of 550W, according to the industry standard, how much current will it draw?

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What does a typical Class I item have, which a Class II item doesn't?

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Effective insulation must have high resistance

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Power is defined as...

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Which is more detailed, a User Check or a Formal Visual Inspection?

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Assuming a 230V supply, a 2.3kW heater actually draws how many amps?

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Which one of the following indicates that the flex is 3 core?

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What unit is resistance measured in?

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What is the only recognised way to identify whether an item has been constructed as Class I or Class II?

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What would you do if the appliance label was missing?

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