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# ELEC TEST EQUIPMENT

## 1. A Digital Ohmmeter is being used to measure a component. The

meter indicates 3.725K ohms. This indicates:
a) 0.3725 ohms.
b) 3.725 ohms.
c) 3,725 ohms.
d) 3,725,000 ohms.
2. Technician A says a voltmeter is connected in series to measure
voltage. Technician B says it is connected in parallel. Who is correct?
a) Technician A only.
b) Technician B only.
c) Both Technicians A and B.
d) Neither Technicians A nor B.
3. Oscilloscopes can be used to:
a) view the shape of voltage waveforms.
b) measure voltage over a period of time.
c) measure resistance.
d) both a and b.
4. When using an ammeter to measure current:
a) open the circuit and connect the meter in series between the two
open ends.
b) open the circuit at the positive and negative terminals of the battery.
c) connect the meter across the battery or load.
d) open the circuit at one point and connect the meter to one end.
5. The voltmeter in the circuit below should read:

a) 12.0 volts.
b) 0.0 volts.
c) source voltage.
d) 6.0 volts.
6. A pulsing voltage is easiest to read on:
a) Digital voltmeter.
b) Meter with a needle.
c) Meter that measures resistance.
d) Digital ohmmeter.
7. A DVOM (digital volt meter) is being used to measure current flow.
The meter indicates 154 mA. Technician A says this is 0.154 amps.
Technician B says this is 1.54 amps because the decimal point must be
moved 4 decimal points to the left.
a) technician A
b) technician B
c) both technicians A and B.
8. Before connecting an ohm meter to a circuit, you should first:
a) Operate the circuit.
b) Set the range selector to the highest range.
c) Check the circuit with a voltmeter to make sure the circuit is not
powered.
d) Install new batteries.
9. The analog voltmeter reading shown below is:

a) 11.0 volts.
b) 22.0 volts.
c) 2.2 volts.
d) 0.22 volts.
10. In solid state circuits, the following must be used:
a) An analog meter with an electromagnetic coil.
b) A digital meter.
c) A low impedance meter.
d) An analog meter.
11. What can cause an excessive voltage drop?
a) Excessively large size wires.
b) Too much insulation on the wire.
c) Excessive resistance in any part of the circuit.
d) A short bypassing the load being tested.
12. A possible cause of an open circuit would be:
a) A loose component mount.
b) A corroded connection.
c) A pin pushed out of a connector.
d) All of the above.
13. Referring to the picture below, Technician A states that a
voltmeter is the best meter for measuring for an unwanted battery
drain. Technician B states that an ammeter is the best meter to use for
checking for an excessive battery drain, because it measures how much
of a drain there is. Who is correct:

a) Technician A only.
b) Technician B only.
c) Both Technicians A and B.
d) Neither Technicians A nor B.
14. When checking a normally open relay (with four terminals) with
and ohmmeter, no continuity will be shown between two terminals and
the other two terminals will show:
a) No continuity.
b) Resistance somewhere between 40ohms and 120 ohms.
c) Perfect continuity (0 ohms).
15. If a fuse blows again after it has been replaced, what is the most
likely cause:
a) Resistance in the circuit is too high.
b) The ground point has become disconnected.
c) Current or "amps" through circuit too high.
d) Open circuit in component.
16. To measure the voltage drop of a connector, the volt meter should
be connected:
a) In series, between the connector and the battery.
b) In parallel, across each side of the connector.
c) In parallel, between the connector and the battery.
d) In series, between the connector and the circuit load.
17. In using a voltmeter to measure the voltage drop across a
a) Connected one on each side of the resistance without break the
circuit.
b) Connected anywhere in the circuit after breaking the circuit.
c) Connected to the resistance after removing it from the circuit.
d) Connected to the resistance after removing it from the circuit.
18. The lamp in the circuit below glows dimly. A voltmeter indicates
12.6 volts at the lamp. Technician "A" says that a bad ground at the
lamp could be the cause. Technician "B" says that high resistance in
the circuit from the battery to the lamp could be the cause. Who is
correct?

a) Technician A only.
b) Technician B only.
c) Both Technicians A and B.
d) Neither Technicians A nor B.
19. With all accessories turned off, the current (Parasitic) drain on
the battery should be:
a) Zero.
b) Under 35 milliamperes.
c) Under 100 milliamperes.
d) Under 3 amperes.
20. A fuse burns out whenever the Brake pedal (stop light switch) is
depressed, Technician A says a short circuit is present before the switch
and a short finder is required. Technician B says the short circuit is
complete when the switch is closed and must be after the switch. Who
is correct?
a) Technician A only.
b) Technician B only.
c) Both Technicians A and B.
d) Neither Technicians A nor B.
21. When measuring an unknown voltage or current, set the range
selector at:
a) The point midway between the lowest and the highest range.
b) Any point, and work downward and upward until the proper range is
determined.
c) The highest point, and work downward until the proper range is
determined.
d) The lowest point, and work upward to the proper range.
22. Technician A says that a digital meter is preferred to an analog
meter when measuring sensitive computer circuits. Technician B says
that an analog meter might overload a computer circuit. Who is
correct?
a) Technician A only.
b) Technician B only.
c) Both Technicians A and B.
d) Neither Technicians A nor B.
23. When performing a continuity check using a Fluke digital
ohmmeter, a reading of 'OL' would indicate:
a) an open.
b) a short.
c) an internal ground.
d) proper continuity.
24. An audible short finder is being used. The transmitter is placed at
the fuse box and the receiver is passed along the wire. Technician A say
it will be beep rapidly at the point of ground (short). Technician B says
that it will beep only when the short is located. Who is correct?
a) Technician A only.
b) Technician B only.
c) Both Technicians A and B.
d) Neither Technicians A nor B.
25. Two technicians are discussing a 25% duty cycle of an electrical
cooling fan. Technician A says the pulse width is 25% measured in
hertz. Technican B says this indicates the fan in ON 25% and off 75%
OFF the time. Who is correct?
a) Technician A only.
b) Technician B only.
c) Both Technicians A and B.
d) Neither Technicians A nor B.