Hands On Introduction to Basic HVAC Electricity

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January 12, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm - Johnstone Grand Rapids

SORRY – CLASS IS FULL!  In this course, participants will study the fundamentals of electricity and how it relates to residential heating and cooling controls.  In addition, students will learn how to read and interpret wiring diagrams.  As part of this hands-on course, participants will assemble and wire a control module that characterizes residential heating and cooling controls.

Topics
•Understanding voltage, amperage, and ohms resistance in electrical circuitry
•How to use an electrical multimeter to troubleshoot circuits
•How switches, relays, contactors, and safety devices are used in electrical circuits
•Understanding the difference between pictorial and schematic wiring diagrams
•Differentiating between line voltage & low voltage circuits
•Troubleshooting heating and cooling controls

Required to Bring to Class
•Digital electric multimeter
•Electrical wire stripper/cutter
•Wire crimper
•6-in-1 screwdriver
•Razor knife
NOTE: if you need to purchase these, contact us for a class package!

Instructor: Don Steeby – professor of HVAC at Grand Rapids Community College

Includes: Study guide, wiring materials, class instruction, breakfast refreshments and lunch. 9am-3pm, $199pp

Location:  Johnstone Grand Rapids / 4757 Clyde Park SW • Grand Rapids, MI 49509

This event is full.

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