The electrical print reading seminar covers the various types and purposes of electrical prints, and teaches the skills needed to interpret them properly.
Participants will also review photos of electrical devices and equipment along with their ANSI symbols and ratings. They will also examine diagrams and schedules as they would be in a typical construction project.
Also, participants will learn how to review prints for errors and National Electrical Code® (NEC) compliance in voltage drop, conductor sizing, conductor fill, short-circuit analysis, kVA ratings, service calculations and more. Participants of the electrical print reading seminar will also learn to design and sketch simple electrical systems and circuits.
If you do, or are about to, work with electricity, then this seminar is for you. Whether you work in hotels,schools, airports, or manufacturing plants, we have you covered because we designed this training for people of all skill levels who need to maintain or fix electrical systems.
People who will benefit from this training include:
Plant & Building Engineers
Plant & Facility Managers
Multi-craft/Cross Training Personnel
What You'll Learn
Learn how to properly interpret electrical drawings, construction blue prints and schedules. Apply NEC® compliance rules and look for errors. Examine and discuss basic electrical concepts such as voltage drop, conductor fill, short-circuit analysis, kVA ratings, and service calculations.
Topics covered during this training include:
Introduction to Reading and Interpreting Prints
Architectural Electrical Drawings & Construction Blueprints
Single-Line Type Diagrams
Basic Electrical Drawings
INTRODUCTION TO READING AND INTERPRETING PRINTS
Different electrical prints
ARCHITECTURAL ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS CONSTRUCTION BLUEPRINTS
Electrical devices and corresponding ANSI recommended symbols
SINGLE-LINE TYPE DIAGRAMS
Device function numbers
One-line power distribution diagram
IEEE and IEC symbols for devices found on schematic diagrams
Electrical schematic diagrams
NEMA and IEC symbols
Voltage, resistance, continuity checks
Manual and automatic circuits
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