March 25-29, 2019 or June 24-28, 2019 | 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM | $999
Marine Systems Intensives provide both conceptual and hands-on instruction. Students will handle components, watch demonstrations, learn to describe a system’s components and how they function, and will be able to perform specific tasks using industry best practices.
AC components. Students will learn about shore power components and real-life safety issues. If you wonder whether the class is right for you, feel free to contact instructor Kevin Ritz by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (503) 709-5649.
- Describe fundamentals of electrical basics including Ohm’s Law and the Power Equations.
- Differentiate appropriate uses of series and parallel circuits.
- Draw circuits using basic electrical symbols.
- Calculate wire size, including ampacity and voltage drop, over current protection size and location, proper wire routing, support, and chaff protection.
- Describe recommended practices for standards-based color coding for DC and AC wiring aboard vessels.
- Use testing equipment properly, including digital voltmeters, clamp meters, circuit analyzers, and other specialized meters.