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HVAC - Electrical Diagnostics

HVAC - Electrical Diagnostics

Wednesday, June 15, 2022
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
19 Seats Remaining

* Registration open until 6/13/22 at 3:00 PM ()

Event Details

Wednesday, June 15 
9:00am - 4:00pm 

Cost: $169 Members | $209 Non-Members
Five (5) CAPS, CAM, CAS, CALP, CAMT continuing education credits per session

Designed for All Skilled Level Technicians and Service Professionals Who Perform Maintenance. Seating Limited! 

The electrical diagnostic session is a full-day review of the electrical circuits and components used in HVAC systems. Participants will gain a better understanding of electrical flow, sequence of operation, and device functions. This class will cover test procedures used to identify failed wiring, controls, and major loads such as heaters and compressors.

*Each participant will test and diagnose a project they wire from diagrams they learn to draw in class. You should bring safety glasses, test meters, and basic electrical hand tools.

Topics Covered:

  • Using schematics and symbols to determine sequence of operation
  • Electromechanical and electronic controls
  • Voltage, current, and resistance measurements
  • Relays and controls
  • Grounding and circuit over-current protection
  • Service call simulations
  • Hands-on live circuit testing

For More Information:

Shawna Poteat
Shawna Poteat
M.Ed Education & Credentials Manager Triangle Apartment Association (919)782-1165

About your instructor, David Cameron

David Cameron, CM, RSES, is the owner of David Cameron HVACR Training, LLC. Mr. Cameron has provided on-site - hands-on training courses/seminars in the Southeast region since April 2014. During his years as an Independent Skills Instructor and Field Technical Representative, he trained hundreds of HVAC personnel on subjects ranging from equipment installation and diagnostics to comfort system design.

David is certified by (NATE) North American Technician Excellence in eight specialties, including Senior HVAC Efficiency Analyst. He is a 20-year Certificate Member of Refrigeration Service Engineers Society and a proctor for the CFC certification exam. David holds certifications in electrical and Advanced Level Technician credentials from the North Carolina Heat Pump Skills Center.