SOE 111 - Electricity 2
3 Lecture Hours
Prerequisites: SOE 101
This course is a continuation of Electricity 1 and is designed to provide training in the more advanced areas of electrical principles, practices, and maintenance in residential, commercial and industrial applications. The training includes more advanced applications using the tools, materials, fixtures, and practices of circuits, transformers, and electric control devices commonly used in the electrical trade.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Define and explain Parallel Connections, Polarity, Switch Connections, Resistance, Voltage, Current, and Power in Parallel Circuits, Parallel Circuit Application, Capacitors and Inductors in Parallel Circuits, Batteries and Solarcells in Parallel Circuits.
- Identify and define Series Parallel Connections, Polarity, Switch Connections, Resistance, Current, Voltage and Power in Series/Parallel Circuits, Series/Parallel Circuit Application, Capacitors and Inductors, Batteries and Solarcells.
- Classify and describe Magnetism, Electromagnetism, Solenoids, Transformers, Sizing Transformers, Determining Transformer Current Draw, Transformer Ambient Temperature Compensation, and Transformer Connections.
- Identify and explain Electric Motors, Work, Torque, Horsepower, Motor Speed, Single-Phase Motors, Split-Phase Motors, Capacitor Motors, Three-Phase Motors and DC Motors.
- Outline and explain Basic & Complex Circuits, Load Power Requirements, High & Low Voltages, Voltage Stabilizers, Transient Voltages, Power Sources, Control Requirements, Protection Requirements, Monitoring Systems and Improper Phase Sequence.
- Classify and explain NEC Branch Circuit Voltage Limits, Distribution Systems, Voltage Variation Effects on AC Motors, Heating Elements and Lamps, Conductor Identification-Color Coding, Receptacles, Commercial Lighting Systems.
- Parallel Circuits
- Series/Parallel Circuits, Digital, Electronic, and Fluid Power Circuits
- Electrical Circuits
- Magnetism, Solenoids, and Transformers
- Electric Motors
- Audio Systems
- Electric Control Devices
- Digital Electronic Circuits
Supplementary Materials such as: study guides, workbooks, CD, videos, handouts, library resources.
Approved By: Sutin, Stewart Date Approved: 05/14/2007
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