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Course Name Electronics Maintenance for Mechanical Crafts
Category A Course No. EE 202

Course Description This forty hour, hands-on course provides persons from the mechanical crafts with many of the electronic fundamentals they need to maintain industrial equipment containing electronics.

Who Should Attend Millwrights, mechanics and other skilled craftspersons who are cross training from other disciplines.

Prerequisites Hane workshop Electrical Fundamentals for Mechanical Crafts (EE 102) or equivalent knowledge.

Length 40 hours
Class Size Up to 12
CEU's Awarded 3.5
Format Hands-on Workshop. One lab station for every two participants

Learning Objectives Participants will learn to:

  • Work safely with industrial electronics - protecting people and equipment

  • Use simple math to calculate voltage drops, current, resistance and power

  • Demonstrate an understanding of resistors, capacitors, inductors, SCR's, TRIAC's and other solid-state devices used in typical industrial circuits

  • Read and understand electronic drawings and diagrams

  • Use multimeters and scopemeters to observe, checkout and troubleshoot electronic circuits similar to those used in many industrial maintenance operations

  • Demonstrate an understanding of power supplies, operational amplifiers and digital switching circuits and some of their applications in industry

  • Understand fundamentals of industrial electronics so participants can pursue additional training as required

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