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Electrical Level three

Theory Hours: 90 hours - Skill Hours: 60 hours - Days to Complete: 25

Hand Bending Calculations                                     Understanding Motor Controls

Pull and Junction Boxes                                          Motor Starter Sizing

Conduit Bending                                                     Timing Relays

Standby and Emergency Systems                           Troubleshooting

Voice and Data                                                        NEC Regulations

Fiber-Optic Installation Considerations

Course Description:

This course covers the transportation, storage, and setup of cable reels; methods of rigging; and procedures for complete cable pulls in raceways and cable trays.  Explains how to select and size pull boxes, junction boxes, and hand holes. 

This course provides an introduction to conduit bending and installation; covers the techniques for using hand operated and step conduit benders, as well as cutting, reaming, and threading conduit.  Covers all types of bends in all sizes of conduit up to 6 inches.  Focuses on mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical benders. 

This course describes devices such as sensors, notification, control panels, and programming used in intrusion detection security systems. 

This course covers system design and installation guidelines, wiring testing, and troubleshooting, with an emphasis on codes and standards. 

This course explains the NEC requirements for electric generators and storage batteries; and offers an overview of the NEC and cable manufacturers’ requirements for medium-voltage terminations and splices. 

This course covers installation, termination, and testing of various voice, data and video cabling systems.  

This course provides information on selecting, sizing, and installing motor controllers. 

This course covers control circuit pilot devices and basic relay logic, and discusses applications and operating principles of solid-state controls, reduced-voltage starters, and adjustable frequency drives.

 

 

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