Industrial Electrician – A

The new Industrial Electrician test has a stronger focus towards diagnostics and troubleshooting in the industrial setting than does the ElecTest. The test does NOT contain areas addressing component or sub-component level electronics, such as individual transistors, logic gates, or single-function chips. Instead, it focuses on troubleshooting of user-serviceable components and proper installation and maintenance. A significant portion of the test addresses motors and industrial automation. This test has 60 questions in the following categories:  Motors and Controls; Schematics and Print Reading; Computers, PLCs and Automation; AC/DC Theory and Test Instruments; Process Control and Sensors; and Installation, Repair and Power Distribution.