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The following references are recommended for the Alabama Low Voltage Special Systems (Under 50 Volts) Contractor examination.
Please note that to become a licensed building contractor, the Alabama General Contractor Business and Law Exam must also be passed.
NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code, 2010 Edition$159.99
In the most extensive Code revision since 1993, the 2010 NFPA 72’s scope and organization have expanded beyond the core focus on fire alarm systems to also include requirements for mass notification systems used for weather emergencies; terrorist events; biological, chemical, and nuclear emergencies; and other threats. This wider coverage is reflected in a new Code title: National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code.
Data, Voice and Video Cabling$115.99
Cabling is one of the fastest changing technologies, and Data, Voice and Video Cabling, 3rd Edition, has been updated to address all the latest developments in premises cabling, including technologies and applications in copper, fiber, and wireless cabling.
2008 National Electrical Code$105.99
The world’s most widely adopted safety code, the National Electrical Code® (NEC) is now advancing electrical safety requirements with the 2008 edition in an effort to maximize public safety, emergency preparation, and electrical worker protection. With regulations for electrical wiring and equipment in virtually all types of buildings, this new edition responds to industry needs with expanded requirements based on research, new technologies, and recent events. A must-have for anyone involved in electrical design, installation, inspection,…
Understanding and Servicing Alarm Systems$95.99
Alarm installers and technicians refer to the Understanding and Servicing Alarm Systems.
Low Voltage Wiring: Security/Fire Alarm Systems$70.99
Best-of-the-best guidelines for handling low voltage wiring
Telecommunications Wiring, 3rd Edition$62.99
Students and future telecommunications installers should find the discussion on standardization in setting methods for identifying and labeling useful. The suggested standards should help in the establishment of labeling standards for cabling, patch panels, wiring closets, floor locations, and equipment. Students should find the topic on cabling systems, supports and test hardware, proper installation techniques and wire and fiber characteristics useful in planning of a cabling system. Offers students guidelines for planning, installation, and testing of the ca…