APPR 2303 - ELECTRICAL APPRENTICE 2-A

Designed for students enrolled in electrical apprenticeship. Covers the application of AC theory as it applies to industrial applications in the electrical field. Covers the basic construction and theory of inductance, capacitance, and resistors dealing with L.C.R. circuits as they are used in the electrical field. Emphasizes hands-on lab experience in correcting power factor in motors, comparing true power and reactive power in inductor, capacitors and resistors. Prerequisite/Restriction: APPR 2302 and apprentice license Campus: USU Eastern only

Dates Fall 2019 | 8/26/19 - 12/13/19
Times TR 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Credits 5.0
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Jensen, Boe boe@eciwest.com
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