Wiring Techniques

Wiring Techniques : Quick Book

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The satisfactory performance and continuous reliability of electrical system greatly depends on the quality of wiring. Improperly or carelessly installed wiring can be a source of both immediate and potential danger, and many malfunctions and failures can be traced to this cause. This course describes many of the techniques used to prepare wire (cutting, stripping, crimping), install various types of connectors (soldered and solderless), and how to properly build and route harnesses and conduits. It will help the user understand wiring fundamentals, grasp the principles of circuit connections and procedures, and install circuits in various applications. This 3-hr Quick Book is based entirely on Naval Education and Training Materials (NAVEDTRA 14176), Electricity and Electronic Training Series; Module-4 and covers Chapter-2 titled "Wiring Techniques." This course will be extremely helpful to individuals who are just learning the principles of safe electrical wiring, hoping to refresh their existing knowledge or would like additional opportunities to practice wiring principles. Learning Objective At the conclusion of this course, the reader will be able to: -State the basic requirements for any splice and terminal connection. -Explain the major advantage of the crimped terminal over the soldered terminal. -Name the two types of insulation commonly used for non-insulated splices and terminal lugs. -State an advantage of using pre-insulated terminal lugs and the color code used for each. -Explain the procedures for crimping terminal lugs with a hand crimp tool. -Recall the procedures, precautions, and tools associated with soldering. -Explain the procedures and precautions for tinning wire. -Recall the types of soldering irons and their uses. -State the purposes and required properties of flux. -State the purpose for lacing conductors. Note that the electrical wiring practices vary greatly by locality and may vary depending on the differing state codes and interpretations, materials, tools and individual skills. This course is solely for educational purposes and it do not provide or imply certification for licensed electrical wiring activities.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 54 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 3.3mm | 195.04g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508497311
  • 9781508497318