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Intermediate Electronics and Troubleshooting (4.0 CEUs)  

This intensive hands-on training is designed to build on the skills learned in the Basic Electronics and Troubleshooting class. Emphasis will be on understanding and broadening the use of equipment (DMM, function generators, bench top power supplies, oscilloscopes) to troubleshoot, test and align circuits and equipment. Topics include: breaking down complex schematics for troubleshooting purposes, analysis and troubleshooting techniques for AC and DC power conversion, linear and switching power supplies, analog to digital and digital to analog convertors, amplifiers and oscillators, logic gates and timer circuits, electro-mechanical interface circuits and electronic sensors. Upon course completion, students will be able to analyze, troubleshoot circuits and components logically and identify, perform and document necessary repairs. Prerequisite: successful completion of Basic Electronics and Troubleshooting or similar experience.

 

Intermediate Electronics and Troubleshooting (4.0 CEUs)
Item: 9124 KATHLEEN KUHN
2:30 PM - 6:30 PM CCEC - Everett
Sessions: 10 D Location: 240
5/29/2014 - 6/11/2014 Fee: $1,150.00