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## ELE 104 INTRO TO RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERICAL ELECTRICITY

with Robert Raggi

**Provides a navigational road map for using the NEC . Introduces the types and applications of raceways, wire ways and ducts. Focuses on the types and applications of conductors and covers proper wiring techniques.focuses on electrical prints, drawings and symbols. Covers the electrical devices and wiring techniques common to to commericial and indutrial construction and maintenance.**

**THE SUCCESSFUL PASING OF CLASSES 101 AND 102 ARE PREREQUISITES FOR REGISTERING FOR THIS CLASS**

## ELE 203 Conductors, Breakers and Relays

with Omeshua Mathur

**An NEC-driven course that explains how to select and size outlet boxes, pull boxes and junction boxes. Describes methods of terminating and splicing conductors of all types and sizes, including the preparation and taping of conductors. Covers methods an techniques for both single and thre-phase services including metering. Describes fuses and circuit breakers along with their practical applications.**

**THE SUCCESSFUL PASSING OF CLASSES 201-202 ARE PREREQUISITES FOR REGISTERING FOR THIS CLASS**

## ELE 304 LIGHTING, FEEDS AND HVAC

with Arthur Felton

**Covers specific types of incandescent, fluorescent and HID lamps as well as ballasts, troubleshooting, and various types of lighting controls, various lighting installations, applications and wiring systems. Explains applications and operating principles of solid-state controls, reduced-voltage starters, and adjustable frequency drives. Also covers basic troubleshooting procedures, Covers single and multi-motor calculations to enable the trainee to size conductorsover current protection and overload protection for motor applications.**

****ELECTRICAL TRAINING GUIDE#3 NEEDED FOR THIS CLASS**

**THE SUCCESSFUL PASSING OF CLASSES 301-302 ARE PREREQUISITES FOR REGISTERING FOR THIS CLASS**

## ELE 403 MOTOR CONTROLS

with Ron DeMarco

**Operation of DC starters, speed control of DC motors and DC dynamic braking, DC electronic sppeed drive operations, fundamentals of schematic and wiring diagrams, control components, ladder diagrams and laddic logic.Also included are AC motor starters, operation of variable frequency drives and troubleshooting motor control units circuits. ou will learn generation of billof materials, applying wire diagrams in motor controls, PLC memory, instruction sets and PLC logic,conversion of relay logic to PLC logic, PLC troubleshooting, PLC analog logic, troubleshooting control systems and modifying exisng PLC logic ladder diagrams**

**THE SUCCESSFUL PASSING OF CLASSES 401-402 ARE PREREQUISITES FOR REGISTERING FOR THIS CLASS**

## ELE 103 TECHNICAL MATH II

with Michael DeLaurentis

**At the completion of this 36 hour course, you will understand algebraic equations, constructon and use of basic formulas, geometric nomenclature, angular measurements, weights, measures, conversion factors, formulas for HVAC and elctronics and familiarity with basic trigonometric functions and their use.**

**THE SUCCESSFUL PASSING OF CLASSES 101 AND 102 ARE THE PREREQUISITIES FOR REGISTERING FOR THIS CLASS**

## ELE 204 DIRECT CURRENT CIRCUITS

with Arthur Felton

**This course teaches basic circuit notation, application of concepts of scientific notations, metric prefixes, measurement of electrical quantities, devices used for measurement, resistance/conductance, resistance of a know piece of maerial,Ohm's Law as used in calculating unkown circuit quantities, bsic theory and fundamental sources of electricity, electrostatics and power law, calculation of voltage dividers in serices and parapllel circuits, propertiesof conduction in liquids and gases, properties of batteries, magnetism, electro-magnetism, electrical measuring instructments, applicaion electro-magnetism in DC circuits and calculation of voltage, current and resistance pertaining to electrical measuring instruments will be taught in this class**

**THE SUCCESSFUL PASING OF CLASSES 201-202 ARE PREREQUISITIES FOR REGISTERING FOR THIS CLASS**

****AC/DC PRINCIPLES TEXT/WORKBOOK NEEDED FOR THIS CLASS**

## ELE 303 TRANSFORMERS AND POLYPHASE

with Ron DeMarco

**Covers redcuon and solving for voltage, current or impedance in series and parallel circuits, differences between three-phase and one-phase distribution systems and layout of a vector diagram of the voltages in a three-phase wye and delta circuit. Also included is calculation of kva, kw and kvar in a three-phase system, law of consines, construction and operation of meters, Construction of a three-phase motor and prciiples of a three-phase rotating magnetic field. Step-down/step-up transformers, exitation current, efficiency, amp-turns, primary to secondary winding voltage and current ratios are covered**

*****ELECTRICAL TRAINING GUIDE#3AND UGLY'S ELECTRICAL REFERENCE NEEDED FOR THIS CLASS**

**THS SUCCESSFUL PASSING OF CLASSES 301-302 ARE PREREQUISITES FOR REGISTERING FOR THIS CLASS**

## ELE 404 ADVANCED ELECTRICAL APPLICATIONS

with Robert Raggi

**Explains the function & operation of basic electronic devices, including semiconductors, diodes, rectifiers and trasistors. Covers fire alarm control units, Digital Alarm Communicator Systems(DACS), installation wiring for alarm initiating & notification devices, alarm system maintenance, various types of transformers and their applications, inforamtion on selecting, sizing and installing these devices and basic overview of HVAC system controls. Stresses electrical trouble-shooting and NEC requirements. Covers various heat tracing systems along with their applications & installation requirements.**

*****ELECTRICAL TRAINING GUIDE#4 NEEDED FOR THIS CLASS**

**THE SUCCESSFUL PASSINF OF CLASSES 401-402 ARE PREREQUISITES FOR REGISTERING FOR THIS CLASS**