Battery, Power Supply and Voltage Drop Calculations Made Easy

4 credit hours

Description

Understand the purpose, execution and verification of wire, voltage drop, battery and power supply calculations as used in all electronic security systems and review the math required to accomplish these tasks.  Laptops or calculators are helpful but not required of attendees. 

Who Should Take It

Installers, System Designers, Sales Engineers, permit processors, technical support and service technicians 

What Is Covered

Short overview of the math used in the industry, using meters, estimating wire length, formulas used in the industry, Power supply calculation examples, Battery calculation examples, Voltage Drop Calculation examples and more

Lessons

  1. Part 1 Battery, Power Supply and Voltage Drop Calculations Made Easy
  2. Part 2 Battery Power Supply and Voltage Drop Calculations Made Easy

Battery, Power Supply and Voltage Drop Calculations Made Easy

4 credit hours

Description

Understand the purpose, execution and verification of wire, voltage drop, battery and power supply calculations as used in all electronic security systems and review the math required to accomplish these tasks.  Laptops or calculators are helpful but not required of attendees. 

Who Should Take It

Installers, System Designers, Sales Engineers, permit processors, technical support and service technicians 

What Is Covered

Short overview of the math used in the industry, using meters, estimating wire length, formulas used in the industry, Power supply calculation examples, Battery calculation examples, Voltage Drop Calculation examples and more

Reviews

4.8 out of 5.0 9 Reviews

Gregory D

Like always Bob's classes are fantastic

DARIUSZ S

As always very good coverage all topics

Arthur D

Well organized, excellent CEU Program.

delvin l

Very informative

Artemio H

This class is fine but it would be nice for NJ to require some different courses not always the same required.

robert h

Very well laid out

stephen l

As always, informative with clear delivery of contents

Peter R

The program needed some modifications to become user friendly - and to become comparable as a required training platform to many other programs for the alarm industry that have been around for some time.

James F

As always the information is beneficial. I recall some a lot of the information from from past classes but it a good refresh.

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