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Assessment Name: Maintenance: Electrical Technician
Number of Questions: 90
Description: Working knowledge of advanced electrical and mechanical systems for the maintenance, repair, and installation of electrical systems, including fasteners, rigging, and fluid systems.
Instructions: This online test requires uninterrupted access to a computer with an Internet connection. For math-related questions, please have paper and pencils on hand for your calculations. Textbooks, calculators, and other electronic devices are NOT allowed.

The assessment covers the following classes:

Class Functional Area Format Difficulty Version Department
123
Classes 1 to 10 of 22
Battery Selection 321

“Battery Selection” discusses the factors by which batteries are rated and other considerations that go into selecting an appropriate battery. It also describes many of the most common types of batteries. To choose an appropriate battery, check the amp-hour, reserve ...

Maintenance Online Advanced 2.0 Electrical Systems
Understanding Torque 245

The class “Understanding Torque” provides a comprehensive overview of torque and its importance in fastening applications. Torque is a rotational force derived by multiplying force times distance. Threaded fasteners require specific amounts of torque to achieve proper tension and clamping ...

Assembly / Final Stage Processes Online Intermediate 2.0 Fasteners
The Forces of Fluid Power 201

“The Forces of Fluid Power” presents a comprehensive overview of fluid power transmission systems. It offers a broad scope of information, from fluid characteristics and basic energy forms to force multiplication and the effect of fluid flow rate in a ...

Maintenance Online Intermediate 2.0 Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Safety for Hydraulics and Pneumatics 211

"Safety for Hydraulics and Pneumatics" provides a complete overview of the best safety and injury prevention practices for fluid power systems. Fluid power systems rely on the use of highly pressurized liquids and gases. As a result, working with fluid ...

Maintenance Online Intermediate 2.0 Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Introduction to Hydraulic Components 221

"Introduction to Hydraulic Components" provides users with an overview of how the active and passive components of a hydraulic system work together to transmit power. The active components of a hydraulic system are the hydraulic pump, control valves, and the ...

Maintenance Online Intermediate 2.0 Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Introduction to Pneumatic Components 231

“Introduction to Pneumatic Components” provides a comprehensive overview of pneumatic power and the elements that allow a pneumatic system to perform work. Users will become familiar with the physical laws behind the compression of the pneumatic fluids that power a ...

Maintenance Online Intermediate 2.0 Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Introduction to Fluid Conductors 241

"Introduction to Fluid Conductors" provides a comprehensive overview of conductors in a fluid system, outlining the potential impact that each conductor has on a specific system. The unique types of conductors have a profound influence on the effectiveness of a ...

Maintenance Online Intermediate 2.0 Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Fittings for Fluid Systems 251

"Fittings for Fluid Systems" provides a comprehensive overview of the types of fittings used to join or terminate a conductor run, as well as an overview of the maintenance and instillation of fittings. The unique types of fittings have a ...

Maintenance Online Intermediate 2.0 Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Nonferrous Metals 241

"Nonferrous Metals" provides an overview of the properties and uses of common nonferrous metals, including aluminum, copper, magnesium, nickel, lead, and titanium. This class also discusses how refractory metals and how nonferrous metals are classified in the Unified Numbering System ...

Foundational Online Intermediate 2.0 Materials
Bearing Applications 221

"Bearing Applications" provides an overview of the many different types of bearings used in mechanical applications. Bearings are an essential part of many applications because they provide movement and reduce friction. A variety of bearing types are available. Each type ...

Maintenance Online Intermediate 2.0 Mechanical Systems