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Arizona Low Voltage Communication Systems Contractors License

get arizona contractors licenseLow Voltage Communication Systems Scope of Work: Installation and repair of low voltage alarm, intercom, telephone, call, clock and television systems, including towers and antennas. Installation, service, repair, and maintenance of systems and devices of low voltage including: public address; intercommunication systems; telephone switchboards; call systems; master and program clocks (low voltage wiring and needed equipment only); electrical teaching devices; low voltage signaling; master television antennas; closed circuit television; and alarm systems. Installation, service, repair, and maintenance of both high and low level electronic or electrical control devices that are associated with systems of low voltage. Erection of towers on buildings for television antennas.

 

Arizona Low Voltage Communication Systems Contractors License Requirements

 

let us help you get your contractors licenseThe low voltage communication system classification requires 2 yrs verifiable trade experience, a business management & trade exam. All persons listed on the application must be 18 years of age or older. A corporation or limited liability company must be registered with the Arizona Corporation Commission and in good standing with that agency before submitting an application for a contractor's license. The corporation or limited liability company must remain in good standing in order to renew their contractor's license. More info here.

 

Arizona Low Voltage Communication Systems Contractors Fees

 

contractors license feesAfter you pass the exam, you can complete your license application. You'll need a financial statement, proof of Workers' Compensation Insurance if you have employees, and a bond. The amount of the bond depends on the type of license you're getting and the gross amount of business you expect to do in Arizona. For commercial contractor licenses, bonds can be from $5,000 to $90,000 for each license. For residential contractor licenses, they're from $1,000 to $15,000 each. Residential contractors also need to pay into the Arizona Recovery Fund. The amount of the payment may vary from year to year depending on how much the Fund has accumulated over the year. One part law or trade examination is $56. Two parts law and trade examinations are $106. New license fees range from: $580 for each specialty classification, $780 for each general commercial classification, and $870 for each residential construction classification.

 

Arizona Low Voltage Communication Systems Contractors Exam Details

 

contractor exam detailed informationAll candidates are required to take and pass a Business Management Examination. Applicants are required to have 2 verifiable years experience and pass the Arizona Business Management Exam in addition to the low voltage exam. The business management test contains questions on state and federal laws and questions on the management of construction projects and business and financial management. The application instructions and test instructions should assist you in making a decision as to your need to take the exam. If you are still unsure after reading those instructions, you may call the Licensing department at (602) 542-1525 for assistance. More info here.

Low Voltage Communication Systems CR-67 Exam Content

 

General Low Voltage Electrical Knowledge
Digital Communication Systems
Fire and Security Detection and Alarms
PA Systems
Grounding and Bonding
Conductors


Total Number of Test Questions: 60


Time Allowed: 120 minutes

 

Books That Are Allowed Into The Exam

 

1. Code of Federal Regulations - 29 CFR Part 1926, Revised as of 2013  

 

2. National Electrical Code (NFPA-70), 2008, NFPA.         

 

3. NFPA 72: National Fire Alarm Code, 2007, NFPA.

 

NOTE: If you are not currently a licensed contractor then you are required to take and pass BOTH the standard LAW exam and TRADE specific exam.

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Arizona Electrical Contractors Exam Home Study Kit $249

 

complete home study kit saleOur home study materials are available in either books with CD-ROMs version or online downloadable version. Our CD-ROM software is developed using the computer-assisted testing software, which means that no internet or prior computer experience is required. Both CD-ROM and instant online download versions are identical and cover everything you need to study and pass your contractors exam. The complete home study kit includes: both Business Management & Low Voltage study manuals covering; electrical formulas, communications systems, grounding and bonding terminology, math examples, estimating, wiring, and more. Plus, hundreds of practice exam questions with detailed explanations to all Business Management and Low Voltage exam questions. All orders also receive a complete contractors application review, 30-day online exam support, and 24/7 online applicant support.

 

Arizona Contractors License Reciprocity

 

contractors license reciprocityArizona contractors registrar will let you waive any trade exam you already have a license if you qualify. The Business Management exam cannot be waived because it has reference to Arizona specific statutes and rules. To waive the trade portion of the exam you must: The applicant/qualifier shall have taken and passed an equivalent trade exam that led to the approval of a contractor’s license. The contractor’s license must have been active and in good standing within the preceding five years. The exam content and the license classification must be equivalent to the Arizona exam and license for which the exam waiver is being requested. Additionally, you also must include; A description of the scope of license classification from the jurisdiction where the trade exam was taken. A copy of the passing tests results. A description of the exam content from the exam provider. Proof of the license status and history from the other jurisdiction (e.g. state, county, city). More info here.