Reading Electrical System Diagrams, Part 1

SKU: TDRS100CENDuration: 60 Minutes

The purpose of this course is to teach participants the kinds of information that can be obtained by reading electrical system diagrams and to illustrate how this information can be used to assist linemen who work on electrical systems. Practical examples of how to get information are given throughout the course. At the conclusion of this course, participants should know what kind of information is typically found on construction diagrams, on schematic diagrams, and in specification manuals. They should know how to use all of these references to determine the information necessary to do a job.

Course Details

Specs

Training Time: 60 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop Only

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages: English

Learning Objectives

  • Introduction
  • Identify and explain the purpose of title blocks, legends, revision blocks, and directional arrows in electrical system diagrams.
  • Construction Diagrams
  • Locate a job site and specific parts of an electrical system by using a construction diagram.
  • Determine the work required on an electrical system by interpreting the information provided on a construction diagram.
  • Determining Material Requirements
  • Determine wire or cable length requirements by calculating span lengths froma construction diagram.
  • Locate drawings in a specification manual that correspond to detail numbers on a construction diagram.
  • Determine material requirements using drawings in a specification manual.
  • Specification Manuals
  • Explain how information is organized in a specification manual.
  • Explain how to locate information in a specification manual.
  • Explain how specification manuals are used in conjunction with construction diagrams.
  • Schematic Diagrams
  • Describe the kinds of information typically found on schematic diagrams.
  • Explain how electrical connections between components are shown on schematic diagrams.
  • Review and Application
  • Determine the work required on an electrical system by using a construction diagram of the system.
  • Determine the material requirements for a job using a construction diagram and a specification manual.
  • Locate components at a job site by using a construction diagram.
  • Determine electrical connections for a job by using a schematic diagram.
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