GOTT GOTT-EE103-M09 GOTT 系列 (CBT) – 电子处理软件

CHAPTERS

 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERFACE

Sub-Topics:

Intro

Navigation Controls

Working through the program

Tips for using the program

Testing your Skill

About the Faults

Completing the program

Scoring & Evaluation

Evaluating your

Repairs Scoring

Feedback

Book Marking & Reports

TROUBLESHOOTING SAFETY

Sub-Topics:

Intro Troubleshooting Regulations

Troubleshooting Hazards

Shock Hazard

Protecting against Shock Hazards

Lockout / Tagout

Flash Hazards

Protecting against Flash Hazards

Identifying Shock & Flash Hazards

Troubleshooting in the Simulator

Monitoring Safety in the Simulator

A Final Note

SYSTEMATIC TROUBLESHOOTING

Sub-Topics:

Intro

Preparation

Step 1 – Observe

Step 2 – Define Problem Area

Step 3 – Identify Possible Causes

Step 4 – Determine Most Probable Cause

Step 5 – Test & Repair Follow Up

BASIC TESTING TECHNIQUES

Sub-Topics :

Intro

General Meter Rules

Meter Precautions

Testing Live vs. Dead

Types of Faults

Sectionalizing Circuits with Meters

Using a Voltmeter / Ohmmeter / Ammeter

Using Ohmmeter to find Shorts

Using Ohmmeter to find Open

CHAPTERS

HOW THE CIRCUIT WORKS

Sub-Topics:

Explanation on lighting system where 2 lights are controlled from 3 different pushbutton stations

TROUBLESHOOTING THE CIRCUIT

Sub-Topics:

Intro

Operating the Circuit

Keeping Track of Time & Money

Making Observations

Accessing Tools

Viewing Diagrams

Turning the Main Breaker ON & OFF

Locking Out the Main Breaker

Disconnecting a Wire

Reconnecting a Wire

Taking Resistance Readings

Taking Voltage Readings

Removing the Fuse

Replacing components

Error Messages

Getting Tips on Faults

Pausing the Simulator

Leaving a Fault

DEVELOP YOUR SKILL

Sub-Topics:

Intro Normal Operation

Guided Troubleshooting

Using the Guid

TEST YOUR SKILL

Sub-Topics:

Intro

Begin Troubleshooting

Additional Faults

Instructions

Before you Start!

About the Faults

Troubleshooting a Fault

Completing a program

Troubleshooting Rules

A Note about Simulator Time

Scoring & Evaluation

Repairing a Fault

Scoring

Feedback

Manuals:

(1) All manuals are written in English

(2) Model Answer

(3) Teaching Manuals

Detail

Datasheet


DESCRIPTION

EE103 course module is about basic electrical training program which teaches a proven systematic approach to troubleshooting circuits, called the "Five Step Troubleshooting Approach". The process is explained using electrical circuit simulation, animated graphics and text. Once familiar with the troubleshooting techniques you can work through a section that guides you through this troubleshooting process on a simple lighting circuit. Here the time and dollars used to solve the fault will be measured and evaluated. The program also records all the steps performed to solve the faults for later analysis of your troubleshooting approach. In order to ease down the referencing resources in this course module; it is incorporated with some features like, Search, Book Mark, Note Creator and Vocabulary Pronunciation Assistant. Below is the list of the chapters covered in this course module with its associated sub-topics

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