BC's Indigenous Public Post-Secondary Institute

RNET-115 - Applied Electrical Techniques - 2.00 Credits

RNET-115 - Applied Electrical Techniques - 2.00 Credits

Course Details
This course covers the proper use of test equipment as applied to A/C and D/C circuits with an emphasis on capacitive, inductive, magnetic, electromagnet, semiconductor and digital circuits. Emphasis is also placed on the basics of electrical measurement and interpretation as applied to power generation with acceptable procedures explained and practiced. Students will become proficient in the interpretation and construction of common electrical and electronic circuits. Practical lab exercises will develop hands-on troubleshooting skills. The student is also introduced to proper mechanical and electrical component interconnections, common wire types and their uses and the ability to solder them to a high standard of reliability. This course works in tandem with RNET 110. i.e. it is not possible to complete the practical component without the theory and conversely it is not possible to fully understand the presented concepts in the theory component without completing the associated practical assignments.
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  • CAREER TRAINING (ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES) Department
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