The Master Electrician's Review has been greatly expanded and updated to reflect the 2008 edition of the National Electrical Code. This study-guide provides journeyman electricians with a clear-cut route to acquiring all of the knowledge and professional expertise they need to become licensed master electricians. Realistic practice exams, plus a math refresher to update readers' skills in working with fractions, decimals, square roots and powers, are just the beginning. Each easy-to-understand chapter in this concise, yet comprehensive, study guide invites the reader to examine a specific topic on the master electrician licensing exam in detail-from general wiring methods and branch circuits through special conditions and communications systems. Each chapter also contains a large number of questions - styled like those that appear on actual exams - to lead readers quickly and efficiently to mastery of the content. The Master Electrician's Review study guide is a must-have when preparing for licensing exams as well as a convenient reference that can be used to solve the challenges of today's most complex electrical installations.
Richard E. Loyd is a nationally known author and consultant specializing in the National Electrical Code and the model building codes. He is President of his own firm R & N Associates Inc. located in Sun Lakes, Arizona. He also serves as a code expert at 35 to 40 meetings per year at the International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI) meetings through out the United States. Mr. Loyd represented the NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association) is also a member of the Electrical Inspectors Association and serves as the Vice-Chair of the Electrical Section of the National Fire Protection Association.