MN 114 - Electrical Fundamentals(3)
A study of the fundamental concepts, principles, and skills required to achieve the level of control equipment competence in the area of industrial electrical maintenance. This course includes the study of electrical tools and instruments, electrical test equipment, 3-phase systems, single phase and three phase AC motors, DC motors, electrical conductors, and basic wiring techniques. Electrical circuits are analyzed through the use of electrical test equipment and procedures. Study of electrical components that are common to industrial power distribution and motor control systems - includes the study of electrical symbols, drawings and diagrams, with emphasis on 2-wire and 3-wire motor control circuits and motor control devices. Motor control circuits are analyzed through the use of electrical test equipment and procedures. [S]
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