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An electrical print, schematic or diagram is a map that represents the layout of various types of electrical systems. Knowing how to read these electrical drawings is critical when performing acceptance of new equipment and in troubleshooting existing equipment. There are many types of prints that utilize hundreds of symbols. This course provides instructions and exercises in the proper use of electrical drawings. Equipment application, troubleshooting, and print revision methods to correctly reflect equipment changes will be demonstrated.
Course participants will be shown how to identify symbols and how to unravel this common language for electrical equipment. This course is intended for new or experienced electricians and technicians that install, maintain, repair or troubleshoot power and auxiliary systems. The participant should have basic knowledge of power system components.
To receive 2.5 CEUs, the participant must attend 3.5 days of virtual classes (25 contact hours) and attain a minimum average grade of 80% on the final exam. Upon completion of this course and exercises, the participant will demonstrate that he/she is able to: