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|Title:||Line E : Electrical Fundamentals Competency E-4 - Use Multimeters|
British Columbia. Ministry of Technology, Innovation and Citizens' Services
|Abstract:||Whether you choose to work in an electrical trade, a mechanical trade, or one of the construction trades, you will probably be faced with using and/or maintaining a variety of electrical measuring instruments. This Competency will introduce you to three basic meters for measuring voltage, current, and resistance. You must have a basic understanding of the purpose and operation of each type of meter before you attempt to use one. If you connect a meter incorrectly, you not only risk damaging the instrument, but more importantly, you or some innocent bystander could receive a serious electrical shock.|
"Copyright Camosun College"--P. 2.
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|Competency E4.zip||%%ancillary%%Student Resource: Audio file||10.79 MB||zip||View/Open|
|E4 Use Multimeters HTML.zip||1.24 MB||zip||View/Open|
|E4.pdf||%%pod%%Print PDF||3.75 MB||View/Open|
|Line E4 Self Tests.zip||%%ancillary%%Student Resource: Self Test Files (.zip)||173.18 kB||zip||View/Open|
|Line-E1_-Describe-the-Basic-Principles-of-Electricity-151x196.jpg||%%Cover%%Cover image: Electrician 3rd Class Karla Martinez inspects wiring aboard the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz by Robert Winn (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:US_Navy_091004-N-8960W-014_) in the Public Domain||7.93 kB||JPEG||View/Open|
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