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Florida Limited Energy (Low Voltage) Contractor License

The scope of certification of a limited energy systems specialty contractor includes the installation, repair, fabrication, erection, alteration, addition to, or design of electrical wiring, fixtures, appliances, thermostats, apparatus, raceways, conduit, and fiber optics (transmission of light over stranded glass) or any part thereof not to exceed 98 volts, (RMS). The scope of work of this license does not include installation, repair, fabrication, erection, alteration, addition to, or design of electrical wiring, fixtures, appliances, thermostats, apparatus, raceways, conduit, that are part of an alarm system.

(a) The scope of certification is limited to electrical circuits and equipment as set forth in Section 489.505(7), F.S.

(b) The scope of certification shall not include work performed by public utilities exempt under the terms of Section 489.503(4), F.S., or exempt due to the regulatory jurisdiction of the Florida Public Service Commission.

(c) The scope of work of this license may also be performed by the following certified and registered license categories: Unlimited Electrical Contractor, Alarm System Contractor I, Alarm System Contractor II, and Residential Electrical Contractor.

 

 

Licensing Requirements:

 

 

 

 

Age: Must be at least 18 years of age.

Testing: Candidates must obtain a passing score on the Limited Energy (Low Voltage) and Business tests before applying for licensure. Passing exam scores must be less than 2 years old.

Application Fee: If applying for active status, the applicant must submit a check for $300 USD payable to the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. If applicant wishes to be inactive instead, the check must be in the amount of $55 USD only.

Net Worth: The minimum business net worth requirement is $5,000 USD.

Credit Reports: Applicant must submit a report from a nationally recognized credit reporting agency, which includes a public records statement that records have been checked at local, state, and federal levels. Those applicants wishing to qualify a business must also submit a business report. Click here for a list of approved credit reporting agencies.

Insurance: The minimum liability insurance requirements are $100,000/per person for public liability and $300,000/per occurrence; and $500,000 for property damage, ora minimum combined single limit policy of $800,000. Applicant must also attest to obtain worker’s comp coverage or an exemption within 30 days after license is issued

Experience: A person will qualify for a certified Unlimited license by meeting one of the following requirements:

(1) Must have three (3) years of management experience in the trade of electrical contracting within the last six (6) years immediately preceding the filing of the application; or

(2) Must have four (4) years of experience as a foreman, supervisor or contractor in the trade within the last eight (8) years immediately preceding the filing of the application; or

(3) Must have six (6) years of comprehensive training, technical education or supervisory experience associated with an electrical or alarm contracting business within the last 12 years immediately preceding the filing of the application; or must have at least six (6) years technical experience in related work with the Armed Forces or a governmental entity within the last 12 years immediately preceding the filing of the application; or have a combination of these qualifications totaling six (6) years of experience; or

(4) Must be licensed as an electrical professional engineer for three (3) years within the last 12 years. Provide a copy of current electrical professional engineer license and transcripts showing electrical engineering work; or

(5) Must have a combination of experience listed in 1-3 above totaling 6 years within the last 12 years.

Applicants are required to submit copies of W2’s to verify employment with the qualified business. 

Submitting Application Form: Applicant must submit complete application form along with supporting documentation and applicable fees to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation at 1940 North Monroe Street Tallahassee, FL 32399-0783 

 

 

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Courses

Florida Limited Energy (Low Voltage) Contractor Course
 

Course Description: This course can be taken through morning, afternoon, and evening classes, every week. You will be able to choose from all available times and dates at the time of your registration (first come, first served).  Once you register for the course, you will be contacted to set up your training sessions according to your schedule. The subjects covered in this training will reflect material specific to this exam (no generic material). You can access the live classes from any computer and talk to your professor (one-on-one) in real time. You will also receive access to practice questions and training material to complete before taking the exam, after the live training sessions. An email with all instructions will be sent to the student’s email address, immediately after registration. Please continue scrolling down this page for a detailed list of books and subjects involved in this exam. 

$599.00

 

Florida Business and Law (Electrical) Course
 

Course Description: This course can be taken through morning, afternoon, and evening classes, every week. You will be able to choose from all available times and dates at the time of your registration (first come, first served).  Once you register for the course, you will be contacted to set up your training sessions according to your schedule. The subjects covered in this training will reflect material specific to this exam (no generic material). You can access the live classes from any computer and talk to your professor (one-on-one) in real time. You will also receive access to practice questions and training material to complete before taking the exam, after the live training sessions. An email with all instructions will be sent to the student’s email address, immediately after registration. Please continue scrolling down this page for a detailed list of books and subjects involved in this exam. 

$299.00

Exams

 

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  Limited Energy (Low Voltage) Exam     
 

Testing Method: Computer-Based (at testing center). Open Book.

Testing Company: Pearson Vue

Hours Allotted: 5

Passing Score: 75%

Types of Questions: Multiple Choice only.

Total Number of questions: 100

Subjects Involved:

General Theory and Electrical Principles .

Plan, Schematics, and Diagram Reading and Interpretation

Wiring and Protection

Wiring Methods and Materials 

OSHA, Safety, Procedures for Testing and Use of Tools and Equipment

Americans with Disabilities Act

Limited Energy/ Low Voltage

 

 

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  Florida Business and Law (Electrical) Exam      
 

Testing Method: Computer-Based (at testing center). Open Book.

Testing Company: Pearson Vue

Hours Allotted: 2 h 30 min

Passing Score: 75%

Types of Questions: Multiple Choice only.

Total Number of questions: 50

Subjects Involved:

Maintaining Cash Flow

Estimating and Bidding a Job

Interpretation of Contracts and Agreements

Purchasing Control

Contract Scheduling

Obtaining Insurance and Bonding

Complying with Contracting Laws and Rules

Personnel Management

Complying with Payroll and Sales Tax Laws

Interpretation of Financial Statements and Reports

Management Accounting

 

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Books Set

Limited Energy (low Voltage) Books

 

r845
CFR (OSHA) Tile 29 Part 1926 (1903, 1904, 1910 excerpts)

In this text, specifically written for construction industry compliance, you will be able to find all the information needed to meet OSHA standards. In addition to a complete collection of Part 1926 regulations for the construction industry, the book also contains Part 1903 on Inspections, Citations, and Penalties; Part 1904 concerning Recording and Reporting Occupational Illnesses and Injuries; and relevant selections from Part 1910 for General Industry. Read more >>

$54.99

 

 

 

r227
NFPA 780 Standard for the Installation of Lightning Protection Systems

This standard covers traditional lighting protection system installation requirements for ordinary structures, miscellaneous structures and special occupancies, heavy-duty stacks, watercraft, wind turbines, structures housing explosive materials, and structures containing flammable vapors and flammable gasses or liquids that give off flammable vapors. Read more >>

$52.80

 

 

r290
Telecommunications Wiring

This reference offers students guidelines for planning, installation, and testing of the cabling system. Read more >>

$63.75

 

Florida Business and Law (Electrical) Book 

 

r1384
Florida Contractor's Manual

This book includes many of the aspects of operating a business related to the construction industry and shows everything there is to know about the proper way to file taxes; what insurance to carry; how to manage daily accounts, and how, when, and why to file a paperwork for a lien. It includes excerpts from the entire sections of Federal Codes, State Statutes, local ordinances, and the administrative rules related to all of the above. Read more >>

$140.00

 

 

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