Electrical 1: Electrical Diagrams

4.1 8 Reviews SKU: AEEED01CENDuration: 120 Minutes

This course is designed to familiarize participants with various types of electrical diagrams. After completing this course, participants should be able to explain why symbols are used on electrical diagrams, and how to obtain information from a title block and an equipment location index. They should also be able to explain how to use each of the following types of diagrams: block, single line, schematic, wiring, connection, interconnection, and raceway.

Course Details

Specs

Training Time: 120 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop Only

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages: English

Learning Objectives

  • Explain why symbols are used on electrical diagrams.
  • State the purpose of the American Standard Device Function Numbers Table and the Standard Diagram Abbreviations Table.
  • State the purpose of legends on electrical diagrams.
  • Describe information commonly found in title blocks on electrical diagrams.
  • State the purpose of notes on electrical diagrams.
  • Define the term "equipment location index."
  • Describe how to use an equipment location index.
  • State the purpose of a block diagram.
  • State the purpose of a single line diagram.
  • Identify symbols commonly used on single line diagrams.
  • Describe information that can be found on single line diagrams.
  • State the purpose of a schematic diagram.
  • Describe how to read a schematic diagram.
  • State the purpose of a wiring diagram.
  • Describe how to use a wiring diagram to locate components.
  • State the purpose of a connection diagram.
  • Describe how to read a connection diagram.
  • State the purpose of an interconnection diagram.
  • Describe how to read an interconnection diagram.
  • State the purpose of a raceway diagram.
  • Describe how to read a raceway diagram.
  • Explain how to use Raceway Notes, Symbols, and Detail Reference, and a Raceway.

Customer Reviews

7/14/2019

Covers lots of information.

“Covers lots of information.”

Paul W. Verified Customer

6/18/2019

I felt this course was a good course for someone who does not have a good understanding of electric

“I felt this course was a good course for someone who does not have a good understanding of electrical diagrams.”

User D. Verified Customer

4/30/2019

too small, can not read them

“too small, can not read them”

Thomas C. Verified Customer

3/28/2019

This course was exactly what I was hoping to find.

“This course was exactly what I was hoping to find.”

Kenneth D. Verified Customer

2/28/2019

somewhat difficult. Questions asked could have more than one answer.

“somewhat difficult. Questions asked could have more than one answer.”

Ken F. Verified Customer

12/14/2018

good

“good”

Wood B. Verified Customer

11/13/2018

A great electrical course, very educational

“A great electrical course, very educational”

Randolph W. Verified Customer

10/23/2018

Pretty good, a little too long on some things, but it made sense to me and I learned how to read mo

“Pretty good, a little too long on some things, but it made sense to me and I learned how to read more electrical diagrams. More examples would be good.”

James O. Verified Customer

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