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    Before acceptance testing begins, what steps should be taken as part of the commissioning process?

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    Quote Originally Posted by swami59 View Post
    Before acceptance testing begins, what steps should be taken as part of the commissioning process?
    Do you have any other information on this question? The phrase "before acceptance testing" stands out to me, nearly every component in NETA-ATS starts with "Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and specifications."

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    Quote Originally Posted by SecondGen View Post
    Do you have any other information on this question? The phrase "before acceptance testing" stands out to me, nearly every component in NETA-ATS starts with "Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and specifications."
    Inspect devices for proper settings and installation completeness
    Perform a seismic drop test on each device to be installed
    Inspect devices for variations from design specifications
    B and C
    A and C

    above are the options

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    Quote Originally Posted by swami59 View Post
    Inspect devices for proper settings and installation completeness
    Perform a seismic drop test on each device to be installed
    Inspect devices for variations from design specifications
    B and C
    A and C

    above are the options
    I missed this one too.
    10. Before acceptance testing begins, what steps should be taken as part of the commissioning process?
    Your Answer: A and C
    Correct Answer: Inspect devices for variations from design specifications

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    A. Inspect devices for proper settings and installation completeness - Possible, however the question states "before acceptance testing begins" which implies that once testing begins, settings are going to get changed around and components are going to get un-wired - all of which will need to be checked upon completion. Usually the last thing we do for acceptance testing is a final visual inspection and settings check.

    B. Perform a seismic drop test on each device to be installed - Um, no.

    C. Inspect devices for variations from design specifications - Like I stated earlier, almost everything in NETA-ATS starts with "compare equipment to drawings and specifications". You need to be sure the correct equipment is in place before testing it.

    D. B and C - Nope.

    E. A and C - Possible but I personally lean towards C only.


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    above are the options

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    Quote Originally Posted by swami59 View Post
    Inspect devices for proper settings and installation completeness
    Perform a seismic drop test on each device to be installed
    Inspect devices for variations from design specifications
    B and C
    A and C

    above are the options
    I was unsure of this question as well. i was leaning towards C but it says what steps so i selected A and C.

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