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ELE 041: Residential Wiring II

This course is a continuation of ELE 040. It is a hands-on projects course designed to allow students to better understand more advanced wiring techniques when working on residential wiring. Part of the course is discussing individual projects and drawing the necessary diagrams. Most of the course is devoted to working with the electrical materials, and constructing the type of circuits found in the home. The new circuits wired include: main panel grounding, sub panels, heaters, and security.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6

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