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ELT 816 - Systems Troubleshooting

Credits: 2
Lecture Hours: 2
Lab Hours: 0
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: Voc/Tech
A study of electronic systems troubleshooting theory, methods and techniques.
Prerequisite: ELT 474 , ELT 475  
Corequisite: ELT 817  
Competencies
  1. Relate the different types of failures in electronics
    1. Identify complete failures
    2. Outline overheating situations
    3. Recognize operator-induced problems
  2. Categorize system troubleshooting procedures.
    1. Look for easy cures
    2. Use the substitution methods
    3. Discuss block diagrams
    4. Utilize documentation to evaluate problems
  3. Review safety and cautionary measures
  4. Compare various test equipment
    1. Discuss proper use of DMM
    2. Discuss proper use of oscilloscopes
    3. Discuss proper use of hand tools
  5. Summarize power supply troubleshooting procedures
    1. Recognize three types of power supplies
    2. Discuss bridge rectifiers
    3. Describe the operation of voltage regulators
  6. Interpret signal tracing analog signals using oscilloscopes
    1. Discuss signal tracing procedures
    2. Explain low frequency circuits procedures
    3. Distinguish high frequency circuits



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