Students apply electrical principles to the identification of electrical insulators versus conductors. They describe the factors that create static electricity. They recognize and use units of electrical measurement. Students use electrical laws to promote a better understanding of DC and AC electrical circuit operating characteristics. They analyze AC circuit fundamentals. They use basic electrical test equipment to measure circuit operating parameters. The course also covers basic electronic components such as diodes, transistors and SCR’s. This includes laboratory time.
4.00 Credit Hours
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