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Advanced Electrical Topics TG

Advanced Electrical Topics TGPhysical Product
  • By NCCER
  • Pub. Date: Apr 18, 2008 by Pearson.
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-606502-3
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-606502-9

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  • Description
  • Table of Contents

This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes Cable Selection, Wire and Cable Terminations, CCTV Systems, Access Control Systems, Busses and Networks, Fiber Optics, PLCs, Broadband Systems, Distributed Control Systems, Intrusion Detection Systems, Audio Systems and Nurse Call Systems.

Table of Contents

33301-04 Cable Selection (15 Hours)

Provices an overview of the types of cable used for various low-voltage installations.  Also covers the methods used to select the proper size and type of cable for a typical installation.


33208-05 Wire and Cable Terminations (20 Hours)

Provides information and detailed instructions for selecting, installing, and testing connectors and other terminating devices on the various cables used in low-voltage work, including telecommunications, video and audio, and fiber optics.


33405-03 CCTV Systems (20 Hours)

Describes the installation and configuration of closed circuit TV systems for small, medium, and large facilities. Explains various equipment, including cameras, lenses, remote-positioning, video recording, and transmission. Covers the roles of the internet and digital technologies. Introduces test and troubleshooting equipment.


33407-03 Access Control Systems (30 Hours)

Introduces access control systems, including appdoor locking systems, readers, biometrics, and controEmphasizes installation practices as well as builelectrical codes. Trainee


33302-04 Buses and Networks (25 Hours)

Provides information on connecting computers and components, including various methods for connecting computers in a network, information on connecting controls and equipment in a control system, and information on how data is transferred between the nodes in a network.


33303-04 Fiber Optics (20 Hours)

Introduces the types of equipment and methods used in fiber-optic cable installation.


12406-03 Programmable Logic Controllers (10 Hours)

Introduces the application of PLCs in industrial process control, as well as the binary numbering system used in computer-based control. Covers components of PLCs, including power supplies, I/O modules, processor modules, types of communication bus, and memory.


33406-03 Broadband Systems (15 Hours)

Describes the major elements of head-end design for specialized television systems, including CATV, SMATV, and MATV systems. Explains receivers, modulators, amplification, and distribution devices. Explains proper signal levels, cable attenuation, insertion loss, and acceptable carrier-to-noise levels. Covers common test equipment and troubleshooting procedures.


12407-03 Disturbed Control Systems (10 Hours)

Describes how DCS was developed by combinitechnologies of single loop control, direct digisupervisory control. It covers DCS basic hardware requhow control loops are implemented into a DCS, types of data transmission used in DCS, communication protocohuman interfaces.


33402-03 Intrusion Detection Systems (30 Hours)

Introduces intrusion detection security systems. Describes devices such as sensors, notification, control panels, and programming. Covers system design and installation guidelines, wiring, testing, and troubleshooting. Emphasizes codes and standards.


33403-03 Audio Systems (40 Hours)

Introduces and explains audio system components, including input sources, amplifiers, signal processing equipment, and output equipment. Describes power requirements, cabling options, system configuration, and basic design considerations. Reviews common test equipment used for installation and troubleshooting.


33404-03 Overview of Nurse Call and Signaling Systems (10 Hours)

Presents an overview of nurse call and signaling systems as found in hospitals and other health-care facilities. Covers basic emergency call and duress system requirements based on facility type. Identifies installation requirements based on UL and other building code specifications.


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