This two-day seminar focus on troubleshooting down to the component level without a schematic. We will provide all learners with basic understanding of some of the most common components, and teach them how to utilize testing equipments to test in-circuits and out-of-circuits. After having an understanding of each individual components, all learners will be taught how to troubleshoot down to the component level of a Printed Circuit Board (PCB) on a step by step procedure.
- Practice and understand what safety precautions to exercise when dealing with voltages and electronics.
- Understand the differences between AC and DC voltage.
- Have a basic understanding of how to use some of the testing equipments.
- Have a better understanding of how some electronic components work and how to test them in-circuit/out-of-circuit using testing equipments.
- Know how to troubleshoot a board using the correct and fastest approach.
Who Should Attend?
- Electronic Technicians
- Entry-Level Electronic Technicians
- Anyone who would love to learn how to troubleshoot electronics
- Digital Multimeter
- Analog Meter (if you have one available)
Day One Learning
- Direct Current (DC)
- Alternating Current (AC)
- Testing Equipments to Aid in Troubleshooting
- VI Curve tracer tester
- Capacitor checker
- EPROM Burner
- Signal generator
- IC Tester
- Understanding Basic Discrete Component’s theory, application, different types, packages, testing in-circuit/out-of-circuit, and common failures
- Voltage regulators
Day Two Learning
- IC (Integrated Circuit)
- Step by Step Process to troubleshoot any type of printed circuit board without Schematic
Learn about circuit boards, troubleshooting, and repair
Please call for discount on groups with 5 or more.
A scheduled date will be assigned.
Groups of 3 or more, we can schedule a date to fit your needs.