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Module 2 - Electronics - History and Concepts

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Electronics - History and Concepts


Introduction to the basic concepts of electronics, especially as used in the HVACR industry

Upon the completion of this module, you will understand how to:

1. Define "electronics"
2. Explain why solid-state electronic devices have become the primary components for controls used in the HVACR industry
3. Define resistance
4. Explain how resistors work
5. Define capacitance
6. Explain how capacitors work
7. Define inductance
8. Explain how inductors work

Topic 1: A Definition for Electronics

* Topic Introduction and Objectives
* "Electronic" and "Electric"
* Understanding Electronic Control Equipment
* Developments in Electronic Equipment
* Check-Point Question
* Check-Point Question
* Topic Summary

Topic 2: Solid-State Controls and Control Systems

* Topic Introduction and Objectives
* 8 Reasons for Using Solid-State Devices
* Check-Point Question
* Topic Summary

Topic 3: Resistance and Resistors

* What is "Resistance?"s
* How Resistors are used
* Selecting the Right Resistor
* Check-Point Question
* Check-Point Question
* Topic Summary

Topic 4: Capacitance and Capacitors

* Topic Introduction and Objectives
* Defining "Capacitance" and "Capacitor"
* Explaining Capacitance
* Capacitive Reactance
* Schematic Symbol for Capacitor
* Check-Point Question
* Check-Point Question
* Topic Summary

Topic 5: Inductance and Inductors

* Topic Introduction and Objectives
* Defining "Inductance" and "Inductors"
* Inductive Reactance
* Inductance of a Coil
* Inductive Resistance
* Uses of Inductors
* Check-Point Questions
* Topic Summary
* Assessment

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