A great starting point. This program introduces Simutech’s Systematic Troubleshooting Approach. Through the use of several simulations learn to diagnose malfunctions in electrical circuits containing fuses, push buttons, switches, relays, and lights.
- Learn a systematic, proven, efficient, troubleshooting process
- Learn multiple methods for finding opens and shorts in electrical circuits
- Develop the skills required to safely troubleshoot all types of electrical circuits
- Use diagrams to locate components and connections in all types of circuits
- Benefit from the experience of an expert troubleshooter by following the Guided Faults
- Detailed feedback on your troubleshooting process and comprehensive evaluation tools to track your development
- Printable certificate once you have successfully completed the program
Troubleshooting Electrical Circuits Overview
About the Simulations
Multiple practice circuit simulations consisting of switches, lights and wiring give you the chance to learn, practice and test a variety of troubleshooting techniques.
The main lighting circuit simulation puts you in a realistic environment to refine your new troubleshooting skills. In this simulation consisting of push buttons, lights, relay, fuse and wiring, you can
- Take voltage and resistance readings with a multimeter
- Repair and replace electrical components
- Disconnect and ring out wires
- Trace and replace wires
This simulation contains over 30 circuit malfunctions to solve with faults ranging from
- broken wires and loose connections
- wires shorted to ground
- defective components
Who should use this program
This program is part of the Core Skills series which is the foundation for anyone required to troubleshoot electrical equipment. This is the first program in the series and is the ideal starting point.
To get the most out of this program, users should have a basic knowledge of electrical theory. They need not have any experience in troubleshooting electrical equipment.
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