This Trainer Panel is used to demonstrate electrical principles similar to those found in a residential dwelling. It also has provision for extensive switching and connection of lamps and outlets. The trainer has a 24 volt power supply that is used to wire and test all circuits After the instructor has approved wiring, 115 VAC can be applied using the key-lock circuit breaker control. The ability to use low voltage for testing and 115 VAC for final wiring is a valuable teaching aid.
Electronic Wiring Skill Package
- Two octagon boxes
- Two lamp sockets
- Two three-way switches
- Low voltage pushbuttons
- Low voltage transformer
- Low voltage buzzer
- Two duplex outlets
- Handy and junction boxes
- Electrical tape
- Wireless electrical connectors
- A supply of wire
- Fluorescent fixture and lamp
Also included is a line cord, quantity of NM-B cable, and a copy of the National Electrical Code Book. The unit includes a plywood storage case with a removable cover on which students are able to construct the wiring circuits.
Condensed Table of Contents:
- The Simple Switch
- The Single-Pole Double -Throw Switch
- Continuity Testing
- Parallel Switches
- Series Loads
- Parallel Loads
- Three Way Switching
- Low Voltage Circuits
- Overall Size: 30”W x 24”H x 12”D
- Electrical Requirements: 120V AC
- Shipping Weight: 55 lbs.
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