HVAC - Electrical Diagnostics
David Cameron HVACR Training, LLC Facility130 Commerce Parkway
Garner, NC 27529
This course is two days, attendance at both days is required.
Tuesday, February 19 | Day 1
Tuesday, February 26 | Day 2
9:00am - 4:00pm Both Sessions
Cost: $500 Members | $600 Non-Members
Five (5) CAPS, CAM, CAS, NALP, CAMT continuing education credits per session
Day 1 - Electrical Circuits & Diagrams
This Hands-On training will provide an introduction to electricity and common electrical circuits used in HVAC. Each participant will measure voltage, current, and resistance on a project they wire from basic diagrams and schematics provided. The Instructor will explain the use of OEM diagrams and various test instruments. Low voltage wiring requirements and basic troubleshooting measurements will be included.
- Basic circuit components
- Electricity and magnetism
- Series and parallel circuits
- Wiring diagrams and schematics
- Performing voltage, current and resistance measurements
- Relays and controls
Day 2 - Electrical Troubleshooting
This Hands-On course combines OEM diagrams and practical diagnostic processes to most effectively resolve any electrical breakdown. Participants will apply their knowledge using diagrams, basic circuits and live equipment; strategies for troubleshooting components and controls. Accessory devices will be provided. The primary objective of this class is to reduce downtime by expediting the diagnosis.
- Using schematics and symbols to determine the sequence of operation
- Troubleshooting PSC motors
- Electronically commutated motor (X13/ECM) diagnostics
- Grounding and circuit over-current protection
- Electromechanical and electronic controls
- Service call simulations
- Hands-on live circuit testing
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About your instructor, David Cameron
David Cameron, CM, RSES, is the owner of 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 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.