CCC 290: Mobile Electronics
This course covers the principles of mobile automotive electronics and integration of aftermarket electrical upgrades. The emphasis is centered on the planning and installation of performance audio, HID LED lighting, remote start and navigation systems as well as basic harness design and layout. It provides practical and theoretical experience necessary to fully understand the tools, equipment and organization of many custom electrical projects. Students will be prepared to take the Basic Installation Technician Exam to become a Mobile Electronics Certified Professional.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; ABR 111 and ABR 135, minimum grade "C" or ASV 131, minimum grade "C"
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