# Shared Flashcard Set

## Details

Electrical Safety Test
FSU TEST
10
Health Care
09/22/2010

## Additional Health Care Flashcards

Term
 When does a ground fault circuit interrupter work? a.  When a ground fault interferes with the equipment b.  When a ground fault is detected c.  When continuity is broken between the equipment and ground d.  Only on grounded equipment
Definition
 b.  When a ground fault is detected
Term
 When doing outside electrical work, what type of circuit needs to be used? a.  110 volt b.  220 volt c.  A ground fault interrupter d.  A buzz fuse
Definition
 c.  A ground fault interrupter
Term
 Which statement is true about a static charge? a.  It’s developed by equipment statically standing there b.  It’s developed by the friction between two materials c.  It’s used in statistical calculations d.  It’s only a theoretical amount of electricity
Definition
 b.  It’s developed by the friction between two materials
Term
 What is the definition of “current”? a.  The flow of electricity in a circuit b.  The potential difference between a “hot” and “neutral” lead c.  The resistance measured in ohms d.  A calculated unmeasurable value that the engineers use
Definition
 a.  The flow of electricity in a circuit
Term
 What is the definition of “voltage”? a.  The flow of electricity in a circuit b.  The potential difference between a “hot” and “neutral” lead c.  The resistance measured in ohms d.  A calculated unmeasurable value that the engineers use
Definition
 b.  The potential difference between a “hot” and “neutral” lead
Term
 At about how many milliamps does a GFCI trip? a.  0.5 mA b.  5 mA c.  50 mA d.  500 mA
Definition
 b.  5 mA
Term
 To adapt a grounded plug to a two-slot polarized outlet,  the ground prong may be cut off. a.  True b.  False
Definition
 b. false
Term
 A three prong plug can be used withouit the ground emergency?   a. True b. False
Definition
 b. False
Term
 A short circuit is a direct connection between:   a. Hot & ground b.Hot & neutral c.Hot & hot d. None of the above
Definition
 b. Hot & neutral
Term
 An overcurrent device is a circuit breaker or a fuse.   a. True b. False
Definition
 a. True
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