Content of Electrician’s Troubleshooting and Testing Pocket Guide Third Edition pdf.
1 Analog Test Instruments
2 Digital Multimeters
3 Troubleshooting Basics
4 Troubleshooting Dry-Type Transformers
5 Troubleshooting Luminaires (Lighting Fixtures)
6 Troubleshooting Electric Motors
7 Troubleshooting Motor Bearings
8 Troubleshooting Relays and Contactors
9 Troubleshooting Power Quality Problems
10 Troubleshooting with Infrared Thermography
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Scope of This Book Electrician’s Troubleshooting and Testing Pocket Guide covers the use of digital multimeters (DMMs) and other testing equipment to troubleshoot electrical and electronic circuits used for power and control applications. In general, it concentrates on traditional electromechanical and inductive equipment found in commercial and industrial occupancies—motors, transformers, lighting, and power distribution equipment. In general, this guide does not cover testing and troubleshooting of the following types of equipment and systems:
The use of network cable analyzers, optical time domain reflectometers (OTDRs), optical power meters, and other equipment used for testing and troubleshooting communications systems such as telecommunications, computer local area networks (LANs), and outside plant fiber-optic installations are outside the scope of this publication.
Electronic components and systems. This book touches on testing of electronic components such as resistors, small capacitors, and diodes. However, the broad subject of troubleshooting electronic components and circuits using digital multimeters.
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