Learn the principles of AC/DC and solid-state theories. Digital electronic theory is also introduced.
Introduction to Digital Devices (A8207)
This lesson is designed for participants familiar with basic electrical theory, electrical safety, electrical connections, electrical print reading, semiconductors, diodes, and the operating characteristics of transistors, resistors, and other basic circuit components. The ability to properly use electrical/electronic test instruments is also required.
This lesson covers how digital electronic components process and transmit information, the principles of operation of basic logic gates, and how binary numbers can be used to represent information.
Describe how digital electronic circuits process information. Explain the logic functions that can be performed by digital electronic circuits. Explain the truth tables associated with logic functions. Determine the logic function that is performed by a circuit. Explain an integrated circuit. Explain how the binary number system is commonly used in digital electronic circuits.
ELECTRICAL THEORY FOR TROUBLESHOOTERS LIBRARY( 7 )
This lesson shows and explains how a basic DC electrical circuit operates and how voltage, current, and resistance behave in a series circuit, a parallel circuit, and a series parallel circuit. Procedures for using Ohm’s Law to calculate voltage, current, and resistance in a circuit are also provided. The first in a seven part series.
This lesson covers the basic characteristics of AC circuits including the relationship between voltage and current flow in an AC circuit, the way in which AC voltage is induced, and the cause and effect of inductance and capacitance in AC circuits. The second in a seven lesson series.
This lesson shows how three-phase AC voltage is generated and describes different characteristics of three-phase voltage. The lesson introduces two types of winding electrical connections with graphic demonstrations of their effect on voltage and current. The third in a seven lesson series.
This lesson presents the basic operating theories of electronic power supplies, half-wave rectifiers, full-wave rectifiers, full-wave bridge rectifiers, capacitive input filters, and inductive input filters. The lesson shows how to calculate the expected DC output voltage for a half-wave rectifier, full-wave rectifier, and full-wave bridge rectifier. The fifth in a seven lesson series.