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Sept. 2012 NABCEP PVI Exam Questions?

posted Aug 30, 2012 20:48:08 by SarahElizabethRaymer
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Off-Grid-Mike said Sep 07, 2012 00:29:56
You have put a ton of work into this website, thanks, this will help move our planet towards sane energy production, good job.
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SarahElizabethRaymer said Sep 07, 2012 14:53:38
Thanks, Mike!
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Off-Grid-Mike said Sep 07, 2012 17:08:14
curious, this website offers some free education will that qualify for the NABCEP exam? Or is the info here meant to supplement the paid courses which do qualify for NABCEP exam?
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suttonnc said Sep 12, 2012 17:16:45
How do you Convert the module TkVoc from %/ºC to V/ºC?

Another would be Converting the module TkVmp from %/ºC to V/ºC.
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SarahElizabethRaymer said Sep 13, 2012 01:34:03
Off Grid Mike-
What we offer for free through the website is not approved for NABCEP credit hours. Our on-site training is though, in every way. We are working towards developing courses online that will be free, and then you may pay a small fee to get a certificate for the credit hours .
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SarahElizabethRaymer said Sep 13, 2012 01:45:10
°F to °C Deduct 32, then multiply by 5, then divide by 9
°C to °F Multiply by 9, then divide by 5, then add 32

Did you mean the standard conversion from Celcius to Fahrenheit?
Perhaps if you tell me why you are doing this conversion I could help more.
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