New Hire Evaluation Welcome to your New Hire Evaluation. You will have 20 minutes to complete the questions. Full Name Your Email Your Phone 1. What MEASUREMENT is indicated by the RED ARROW Below? 1 1/2 Inches1 1/3 inches1 1/4 inches1 3/4 inches 2. What MEASUREMENT is indicated by the RED ARROW below?2 6/10 Inches2 3/8 Inches2 3/4 Inches2 1/2 Inches 3. What MEASUREMENT is indicated by the RED ARROW below? 3 1/2 Inches3 9/16 Inches3 2/3 Inches3 3/4 Inches 4. What type of switch is shown below?Toggle SwitchDoor SwitchRotary SwitchRocker Switch 5. How would you set your multi-meter to determine if the switch is open or closed?AmpsVoltsOhms 6. With the toggle switch open, what should the ohms reading be?Infinity1.5 Volts2 Ohms2 Amps 7. To determine amperage if you know the wattage and voltage:Divide the voltage by the wattage.Multiply the voltage times the wattage.Divide the wattage by the voltage.Add the wattage and the voltage. 8. The voltage between two hot lines on a 230 volt single phase system is:115 Volts125 Volts460 Volts230 Volts 9. A new restaurant has a 208 volt three phase wye power system. The voltage between any hot line and neutral is:208 volts416 volts115 volts104 volts 10. What is the voltage across each light when the switch is closed in Diagram A below?60 Volts120 Volts240 Volts 11. If one light burns out in Diagram A below, will the other still work?YesNo 12. In Diagram B below, what is the voltage across each light if the bulbs are identical?120 Volts230 Volts60 Volts 13. In Diagram B below, if one bulb burns out, will the other still work?YesNo 14. If a three phase motor is running in the wrong direction, how do you reverse it?Reverse the start and run winding connections.Reverse the leads to the run capacitor.Reverse any two power leads.Buy the proper motor that runs the opposite direction. 15. An open circuit is determined with an ohmmeter by a reading of:0 Ohms1,000 OhmsInfinite Ohms100,000 Ohms 16. You are checking a circuit with an ammeter. When the 20 amp circuit breaker is turned on, the meter needle jumps as high as 28 amps before the circuit breaker trips off. What is the problem?A short circuitA power surgeA grounded loadAn overloaded circuit 17. You are checking a circuit with an ammeter. When the 50 amp circuit breaker is turned on, the meter needle pegs and the circuit breaker trips off. What is the problem?A short circuitA power surgeA grounded loadAn overloaded circuit 18. You are trying to find out if you have voltage to a 230 volt heating element. Which of the following tests ensures that you have voltage to the element?Place the voltmeter leads across the switch that controls the element and check for 230 volts.Place the meter leads from each side of the element to the ground, if you have 120 volts both times you have the proper voltage.Place the meter leads across the element terminal and read the voltage.B or C 19. Can you get shocked from the casing of a piece of equipment if it is properly grounded?YesNo 20. What size wire is needed for a piece of equipment that draws 28 amps?14 Gauge8 Gauge12 Gauge10 Gauge 21. When checking a capacitor with an ohmmeter, the needle moves across the scale and then bleeds backwards slowly. The capacitor is?OpenWeakGoodShorted 22. A transformer is rated at 60 VA, and steps the voltage down from 240 volts to 24 volts. To protect the transformer from damage it should be protected by a fuse rated at?6 amps installed on the primary side1/4 amp installed on the primary side1/10th amp installed on the secondary sideb or c 23. A booster heater is rated at 480 volts and has a contactor with a 120 volt coil supplied 120 volts through a step down transformer. Checking voltage at the coil, the voltage reading is 0, but when the wires are removed, the voltage across the wires reads 20 volts.The contactor coil is open.The contactor coil is shorted.The transformer is failing.B and/or C 24. You are replacing a burned up plug on the end of a cord. You must:Replace only the plug.Replace the plug and the receptacle since it must be damaged also.Replace the plug, receptacle and the wire to the receptacle. Time is Up!