This course looks at:
- Electrical safety
- Basic electrical principles
- The use of test equipment
- Reading electrical schematic diagrams
- Designing and constructing relay control circuit
- Trouble shooting control panels
There will be a practical exercise at the end of the course that will be monitored and graded on each aspect of the assessment. Each student will be given a specification for a relay logic control panel. They must design and construct a circuit that meets the specification. Once each student completes this task, it will be checked, then a fault will be implemented within the panel. Each student must then troubleshoot and repair the fault.
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