113 HVACR Electrical Common Components
This online course covers common control components found in HVACR systems, a logical continuation of the 112 course. Presentations and examples are given for specific devices and their electrical sequence of operation in normal HVACR applications. The final modules discuss wiring and schematic reading. Instruction aligns with ANSI/ACCA Quality Installation & Maintenance Standards and includes RSES tutorials. Recommended Prerequisites: you will want to have completed 111 HVACR Electrical DC Theory Plus, and 112 HVACR Electrical AC Theory Plus, or have a working knowledge of the content of those courses prior to enrollment into this advanced course. Please refer to each course description in the Catalog for the specific details. This course is NATE recognized for 18 hours of continuing education (CEHs) applicable to NATE re-certification, and BPI recognized for 9 continuing education units (CEUs). The six modules cover:
- Control Methods, Temperature & Pressure
- Residential Heat / Cool Thermostats @ Low Voltage
- Really Good Relay Stuff
- Contractors go / Starters go with protection
- Power wiring
- Odds and ends around a schematic
Each course purchase allows 60 days enrollment to complete. Must obtain a 75% or higher to obtain CEU recognition. Course provides you with a Subject Matter Expert (mentor) to assist with questions and all course materials for the duration of the course.
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