Electrical Maintenance Fundamentals

This training program consists of fourteen Videotapes/DVD’s that train students in basic electrical theory and print reading for AC/DC and solid state devices. It also shows how to make electrical connections.

Audience: This program is excellent both for the training of electricians as well as multi-craft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities.

AC/DC Theory (4 Tape Set)


Topics:

AC/DC Theory – Tape 1

  • Introduction to Electricity
  • Voltage
  • Units of Measurement Used for Electricity
  • Voltage, Current, and Resistance
  • Ohm’s Law Relationship of Work and Power
  • Kilowatt Hours

AC/DC Theory – Tape 2

  • Introduction to Alternating Current and Direct Current
  • Types of Circuits
  • and Current in a Series Circuit
  • Characteristics of Current and Voltage in a Series Current
  • Characteristics of Current and Voltagein a Parallel Circuit
  • Finding Total Resistance of Parallel and Series-Parallel Circuits
  • Common Causes of Circuit Failure

AC/DC Theory – Tape 3

  • Magnetism
  • Magnetic Fields
  • Magnetism and Electricity
  • Induced Voltage
  • Sine Waves
  • Resistance and Inductance
  • Capacitance

AC/DC Theory – Tape 4

  • Three-Phase Voltage Systems
  • Wye Connections
  • Delta Connections
  • Transformers
  • Transformer Operation
  • Motors
  • AC Induction Motors

Electrical Print Reading (2 Tape Set)


Topics:

Electrical Print Reading – Tape 1

  • Introduction to Schematic Diagrams
  • Using Device Designations and Numbers for Symbols
  • Additional Uses of Schematics
  • Reading Schematic Diagrams
  • Additional Information Found on Schematics
  • Using Schematics When Modifying Circuits

Electrical Print Reading – Tape 2

  • Introduction to Wiring Diagrams
  • Using Wiring Diagrams When Modifying Circuits
  • Additional Information on Wiring Diagrams
  • Single Line Drawings
  • Building Electrical Diagrams
  • Use of Electrical Diagrams when Troubleshooting

Electrical Connections (4 Tape Set)


Topics:

Electrical Connections – Tape 1

  • Conductors
  • Sizes of Conductors
  • Insulation
  • Ampacity
  • Making a Splice Connection
  • Soldering Connections
  • Finishing Connections
  • Solderless Connectors

Electrical Connections – Tape 2

  • Conduct Selection
  • Flexible Conduit and Connectors
  • Hand Benders
  • Power Benders
  • Using a Power Bender
  • Installing Conduit
  • Offset Bends
  • Installing Flexible Conduit and Wires

Electrical Connections – Tape 3

  • Cable Construction
  • Shielding & Grounding High Voltage Cables
  • Removing a Cable Jacket
  • Terminating Insulating Shields
  • Final Preparations for Cable Termination
  • Building a Stress Cone
  • Class 3 Terminations
  • Class 2 Terminations
  • Class 1 Terminations

Electrical Connections – Tape 4

  • Terminations and Splices
  • Ribbon-Shielded Cable
  • Cutting a Ribbon Metallic Shield
  • Braided Ground Straps
  • Preformed Stress Cones
  • Installing Prestretched Tubing and Stress Cone Ground Connections
  • Heat-Shrinkable Tubing
  • Molded Insulation

Solid-State Devices (4 Tape Set)


Topics:

Solid State Devices – Tape 1

  • The Crystal
  • Forward and Reverse Bias
  • Diode Codes & Symbols
  • Operating Characteristic Curves
  • Rectification
  • Zener Diodes

Solid State Devices – Tape 2

  • Electronic Circuit Power Supply
  • Half-Wave Rectifiers
  • Full-Wave Rectifiers
  • Bridge Rectifiers
  • Filters

Solid State Devices – Tape 3

  • Transistors
  • Bipolar Junction Transistors
  • Current Flow through a Transistor
  • Transistors in Circuits
  • Checking Transistor Operation
  • SCR’s and Triacs

Solid State Devices – Tape 4

  • Introduction to the Oscilloscope
  • Setting up an Oscilloscope
  • The Coupling SwITC Learning
  • Vertical Amplifier Controls
  • Horizontal Amplifier Controls
  • Triggering Controls
  • Oscilloscope Probes
  • Troubleshooting a Circuit
  • Printed Circuit Assemblies
  • Repairing Printed Circuit Assemblies
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