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Learn AC electronics the easy way! Learn by doing. This program helps you teach or learn both circuit analyze and troubleshooting of AC circuits. The program can be used as virtual laboratory where a physical lab is not available. All exercises are designed to be used for both practice and testing. Each run of the activities has new parameters and components assigned. Students sitting adjacent to one another will have problems of equal difficulty but different solutions. Are you teaching your students to troubleshoot AC circuits? This program has several virtual troubleshooting exercises that can challenge even experienced service technicians. These exercises can be used for practice again and again. Each run of an exercise has new component values, parameters, and possible malfunctions. Find the fault with the fewest measurements! These exercises can be used as fun competition in a lab or classroom. The material in the lessons is generic and can be paired with any AC circuits textbook. All lessons include basic explanation of the topic presented. Activity Titles: AC Power, AC Voltage Conversion, Transformers, Series and Parallel Capacitors, Series and Parallel Inductors, RL Series Circuits, RL Parallel Circuits, RC Series Circuits, RC Parallel Circuits, RLC Series Circuits, RLC Parallel Circuits, Series Resonance, Parallel Resonance, LC Resonance Animation, Troubleshooting Simple AC Circuits One and Two, Troubleshooting Transformer Circuits One and Two

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Published by

ETCAI Products

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Approximate size

4.09 MB

Age rating

For all ages

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Access all your files, peripheral devices, apps, programs and registry
Access your Internet connection


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Language supported

English (United States)

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