(Pre-Conference Workshop) Basic Low Energy Electricity & Wiring
Tuesday,October 19, 2021:12:30 PM -4:00 PM
/ CEU Credits:3
Note: Seperate registration is required for this workshop; it is not included in the All-Access Pass. There is a limit of 16 participants for this workshop. Lunch is included.
The workshop is an introduction to Basic Electronic Circuits and the components, including the power source, conductor, load, and switches. Power source: AC vs. DC and their differences will be examined and how conductor effects resistance, voltage drop, wire gauge and load. In this hands-on workshop, participants will create and wire up parallel and series circuits using fail safe and fail secure locking devices along with other circuits and components. Normal closed vs normal open switches and switch types: Momentary vs. maintained will be examined and where each is used. After participating in this workshop, attendees will be able to:
1. Understand parallel and series circuits and where each is used.
2. Understand fail safe and fail secure lock and how each is wired.
3. Have a hands-on understanding of basic low energy wiring and circuits.