$25

Credit Hours: 1

Applications of Electrical Theory for Alarm Professionals

Applications of Electrical Theory for Alarm Professionals teaches the alarm professional useful information about applying mathematical concepts in order to solve and prevent problems from occurring when installing and servicing intrusion alarm systems. This class will demonstrate causes and solutions to voltage drop problems. Participants will be given a clear understanding of electronic components commonly found in burglar alarm systems. This course will explain rectifying alternating current into direct current and then filtering the rectified current. The student will also understand and be given the opportunity to apply ratios and proportions to problem solving. Many who take this course will appreciate the ease of calculating Ohm’s law and Watt’s law with the Ohm’s law calculation tool.

Product Description / Course Objectives

●       Learn about applying mathematical concepts in order to solve and prevent problems from occurring when installing and servicing intrusion alarm systems

●       Understand the process of converting AC to DC current

●       Know the process of filtering the DC current

●       Learn about problem solving made easier with proportions

●       Understand how to use the Ohm’s Law calculation tool to solve for missing values

●       Learn theories and functions of semiconductors, diodes, and capacitors

 

Credit Hours: 1

 

Approved for CEU Credit in:

Alaska, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, North Carolina (Alarm), Tennessee:(Qualified Agent), Texas