Catalog Number
10482103
Credits
2.00
Description

Topics include a review of AC/DC electricity fundamentals and the physical laws that apply to electronic circuits. Direct current (DC) covers basic definitions of voltage, current, and resistance and analysis of series and parallel resistive circuits. Alternating current (AC) includes an introduction to AC generation, capacitors, inductors, and transformers and their applications in electronic circuits. Additional topics include control circuits, symbols, diagrams, protection devices, relays, thermostats, single-phase motors, control components, and troubleshooting ACR system wiring diagrams. Prerequisite: Electrical Circuits I 10605105 or Intro to Electronics 10605108 or Electricity for the Construction Trades 10601140

Requirements
012602

Prerequisite: Electrical Circuits I 10605105 or Intro to Electronics 10605108 or Electricity for the Construction Trades 10601140

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