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Electronic Tech, Inc.

Hands-on Troubleshooting Down to Component Level


PCB Repair Tools


This four-day seminar focuses on hands-on troubleshooting down to the component level without a schematic. We have multiple custom design boards that we used to help teach our students to understand electronics and how to troubleshoot electronics. These boards are fully functional boards allowing students to know how/what a circuit is doing and we can put faults into these circuits to allow our students to troubleshoot these circuits giving them real world hands-on training.

We will provide all students with basic understanding of some of the most common components in electronics, and teach them how to utilize testing equipment's to test components in-circuits and out-of-circuits. After having an understanding of each individual component, all students will be taught how to troubleshoot down to the component level of a Printed Circuit Board (PCB) on a step by step procedure.

Seminar Objectives

  • Practice and understand what safety precautions to exercise when dealing with voltages within electronics circuitry.
  • Understand the differences between AC and DC voltage.
  • Understand what the difference between voltage, current, and resistance.
  • Have a basic understanding of the required testing equipment's every electronic technician should have and how to use the testing equipment's to troubleshoot.
  • Have an understanding of how electronic components work and how to test them in-circuit/out-of-circuit using testing the testing equipment's.
  • Know how to troubleshoot a board using the correct and fastest approach.

Who Should Attend?

  • Entry-Level Electronic Technicians
  • Electronic Technicians
  • Plant Electricians
  • Maintenance
  • Engineers
  • Service Techs
  • Anyone who would love to learn how to troubleshoot electronics

Equipment Required

  • Digital Multimeter
  • Oscilloscope

Day One Learning

  • What is an Electronic Technician and what does it take to become a good electronic tech?
  • What is troubleshooting?
  • Safety Practices
    • Personal safety when troubleshooting electronics
    • ESD
  • Voltages
    • Direct Current (DC)
    • Alternating Current (AC)
  • Testing Equipment's to Aid in Troubleshooting
    • DMM
    • VI Curve tracer tester (Huntron)
    • Capacitor checker
    • ESR Meter
    • Signal generator
    • Oscilloscope
    • IC Tester
    • Power Supply
      • AC
      • DC
Circuit Board Repair Classroom

Day Two Learning

  • Understanding Basic Discrete Component’s theory, applications, different types, packages, testing in-circuit/out-of-circuit, and common failures
    • Resistors
    • Capacitors
    • Diodes
    • Zener Diodes
    • Transistors
    • FETs
    • MOSFETs
    • Voltage regulators
    • Transformers
    • Opto-couplers
  • Electromechanical
    • Relays
  • Step by Step Process to troubleshoot any type of printed circuit board without Schematic
  • Q&A


Day Three Learning

  • IC (Integrated Circuit)
    • Analog
    • Digital
  • Step by Step Process to troubleshoot any type of printed circuit board without Schematic
  • Learning how to power up boards without any schematics
  • Troubleshooting actual boards without schematics


Day Four Learning

  • Hands-on troubleshooting on our custom circuit board with various built-in faults
  • Q&A
Student Repairing PCB

Want to learn more about our hands-on training?

Please call for discount on groups with 5 or more.

A scheduled date will be assigned.

Groups of 4 or more

  • Special pricing
  • Personalize training to fit your needs
  • On-site training
  • Training Date Flexibility to fit your schedule

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