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Introduction to DDC Systems

Form #: 620-112
This chapter covers the history of electronic controls, the definition of direct digital control, direct digital control versus conventional control, and also, the development of digital control systems and a short summary about the future of the direct digital controls.

Basic Electronics

Form #: 620-50
Electronics is an electrical science employing semiconductors and allied components to shape, block, and route electrical currents. This chapter gives insight into basis of electricity starting with the electron working to electrodes on to electrostatics (a science of static electricity ) to electro magnetism, etc..

Solid State Components and Circuits

Form #: 620-51
This chapter covers the application of solid state to electronic control circuits.

Theory, Application, and Diagnostic Testing of Solid-State Devices

Form #: 620-81
This chapter covers the theory, application, and diagnostic testing of solid-state devices with numerous accompanying diagrams to help explain diode rectifiers, the diode circuit, the transistor and thermistors to name just a few of subjects covered.

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