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The following references are recommended to study for the Louisiana Electrical Contractor exam. You will be provided with the following references at the testing site:
- 2008 National Electrical Code
- Ugly’s Electrical References
- OSHA Part 1926
- Lineman’s and Cableman’s Handbook
- Louisiana Driver’s Guide Classes D and E
The remainder of the books will not be permitted or provided.
Ugly’s Electrical References$21.99
UGLY’S Electrical References is a pocket size, (4 1/8″ X 6″), electrical reference book. “UGLY’S” is the most popular pocket-sized electrical book in America! It’s used world-wide by electricians, engineers, contractors, military, designers, maintenance workers, and instructors.
Louisiana Electrical Contractor – NEC Exam Review$164.99
All applicants who desire to become licensed as an electrical contractor need to make an application to the board and must state the classification of work the applicant desires to perform from a list of major classifications. Any person, firm, partnership, co-partnership, association, corporation, or other organization bidding on or performing a job in the amount of $50,000 or more the licensee shall hold the major classification or subdivision thereunder of electrical work or mechanical work as the case may be. Please note that the Business and Law examinatio…
The Lineman’s and Cableman’s Handbook – 13th$99.99
Thoroughly updated to reflect the 2017 National Electrical Safety Code® (NESC®), this authoritative resource explains the principles and practices of electric transmission and distribution line construction, operation, and maintenance. You will get comprehensive coverage of the newest equipment, techniques, and procedures along with current OSHA, ANSI, and ASTM regulations. Throughout, detailed illustrations and photos make it easy to understand the material, and self-test questions and exercises reinforce key concepts.
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,…
Electric Motor Control 10th Ed$155.99
Updated with the latest technology, machines, and controls in the industry, ELECTRIC MOTOR CONTROL, 10E delivers comprehensive coverage and practical insight for anyone who will install, monitor, and/or maintain motor controls.
Alternating Current Fundamentals, 8th ed$195.99
ALTERNATING CURRENT FUNDAMENTALS, 8E, an industrial standard for over thirty years, has been updated to provide readers with the most current information available on the essentials of alternating current. The topics in this book are arranged to build readers’ knowledge, progressing from basic principles such as the differences between peak, rms, and average values to more complex coverage of circuits containing resistance, inductance, and capacitance. This edition of ALTERNATING CURRENT FUNDAMENTALS, 8E includes additional information on diodes and recti…
Direct Current Fundamentals$199.99
For nearly half a century, this widely acclaimed book has presented the fundamental concepts of DC electricity and magnetism in a straightforward, practical manner. The 7th Edition retains the distinguishing features that are the cornerstone of this winning book, including logically organized content that progresses from basic principles to more complex concepts. Enhancements include updated drawings and photographs that better assist readers in understanding such essential concepts as how to distinguish between digital and analog meters, an…