Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 121-2-.04 - Statewide Low-Voltage Contractor License

Current through Rules and Regulations filed through April 4, 2022

(1) To obtain a statewide class LV-A, Class LV-T, Class LV-U, or class LV-G contractor license, a person must submit a completed application, meet the prerequisite experience requirements, obtain a score of seventy (70) on the appropriate examination, and pay the required fees. Statewide class LV-A low voltage contractor licenses are restricted to alarm and general system low-voltage contracting. Statewide Class LV-T low voltage contractors licenses are restricted to telecommunication and general system low-voltage contracting. Statewide class LV-G low voltage contractor licenses are restricted to general system low-voltage contracting. Statewide LV-U low-voltage licenses are unrestricted.
(2) To qualify for taking the examination, applicants for statewide low-voltage contractor license must have a minimum of one (1) year experience in low-voltage wiring in the category of licensure for which the applicant is applying. Completion of courses in electronics through a school of engineering technology or a technical trade school will be credited as experience equivalent to the actual instructional time up to a maximum of six (6) months.
(3) General low-voltage systems mean any electrical systems, other than alarm or telecommunication systems, involving low-voltage wiring, as defined in Code Section 43-14-2-10.3, including, but not limited to stand alone intercom systems and call alert systems (audio or visual); distribution wiring for alarm systems and telecommunications systems including local area network systems; sound systems; public address systems; the low voltage side of energy management systems; antenna systems and satellite dish systems, except CATV systems exempted in Code Section 43-14-13(i); irrigation system wiring; and low voltage lighting.

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Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 121-2-.04
O.C.G.A. Secs. 43-14-2; 43-14-5; 43-14-6.
Original Rule entitled "Disciplinary Proceedings" was filed as Emergency Rule 121-2-1-0.8-.04 on September 29, 1980; affective September 25, 1980, the date of adoption, to remain in effect for 120 days or until the effective date of a permanent Rule covering the same subject matter superseding this Emergency Rule, as specified by the Agency. Amended: Emergency Rule repealed and permanent Rule of the same title adopted. Filed November 7, 1980; effective November 27, 1980. Amended: Rule repealed by Emergency Rule 121-2-0.14-.04 entitled "Local Geographical Area License." FiledApril 28, 1981; effective April 22, 1981, the date of adoption to remain in effect for a period of 120 days or until the effective date of a permanent Rule covering the same subject matter superseding this Emergency Rule, as specified by the Agency. Amended: Emergency Rule 121-2-0.14-.04 repealed and permanent Rule 121-2-.04 of the same title, adopted. Filed July 30, 1981; effective August 19, 1981. Amended: Rule repealed. Filed December 8, 1982; effective January 1, 1983, as specified by the Agency. Amended: Emergency Rule 121-2-0.21-.04 entitled "Statewide License Without Examination" was filed on March 22, 1983; effective March 16, 1983, the date of adoption, to remain in effect for a period of 120 days or until the effective date of a permanent Rule covering the subject matter superseding this Emergency Rule, as specified by the Agency. Amended: Emergency Rule 121-2-0.21-.04 repealed and Emergency Rule 121-2-0.26-.04 adopted. Filed May 24, 1983; effective May 18, 1983, the date of adoption, to remain in effect for a period of 120 days or until the effective date of a permanent Rule covering the same subject matter superseding this Emergency Rule, as specified by the Agency. Amended: Emergency Rule 121-2-0.26-.04 repealed and a permanent Rule of the same title, adopted. Filed August 17, 1983; effective September 7, 1983. Amended: Emergency Rule 121-2-0.28 was filed on July 31, 1984; effective July 25, 1984, the date of adoption, to remain in effect for a period of 120 days or until the effective date of a permanent Rule covering the same subject matter superseding this Emergency Rule, as specified by the Agency. (Said Emergency Rule repealed Rule 120-2-.04 and adopted a new Rule 120-2-.04.) Amended: Emergency Rule 121-2-0.28 repealed and a new Rule entitled "Statewide Low Voltage Contractor License" adopted. Filed October 12, 1984; effective November 1, 1984. Amended: Emergency Rule 121-2-0.31-.04(3) filed on October 5, 1984; effective September 26, 1984, the date of adoption, to remain in effect for a period of 120 days or until the affective date of a permanent Rule superseding this Emergency Rule, as specified by the Agency. This Emergency Rule expired January 24, 1985. Amended: Filed May 30, 1985; effective June 19, 1985. Amended: Filed February 21, 1986; effective March 13, 1986. Amended: Filed September 29, 1987; effective October 19, 1987. Amended: Filed May 27, 1988; effective June 16, 1988. Amended: F. Jun. 18, 1993; eff. July 8, 1993. Amended: F. Mar. 7, 1996; eff. Mar. 27, 1996.

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