Introduction

Unit 1: Prerequisites

DC Math

Engineering Notation and Prefixes

General Industrial Safety

Unit Conversion

Unit 2: Basic Electrical Properties

Energy and Power

Energy and Power Examples

Efficiency

Efficiency Examples

Capacity Factor

Capacity Factor Examples

Basic Electrical Quantities

Power Generation, Transmission, and Use

Unit 3: Resistance

Resistance

4 Band Resistor Color Code

Series Resistors

Parallel Resistors

Ohmmeters: BK Precision 2831E

Variable Resistors

Prototyping Boards

Unit 4: DC Ohm's Law

DC Ohm's Law

DC Power

DC Ohm's Law and Power Examples

DC Voltmeters: BK Precision 2831E

DC Power Supplies

DC Ammeters: BK Precision 2831E

Verifying DC Ohm's Law

DC Ohm's Law and Electrical Safety

Unit 5: Series DC Circuit Analysis

Series DC Circuits

DC Kirchhoff's Voltage Law

DC Voltage Divider Rule

Switches in Series DC Circuits

Circuit Protection Devices

Unit 6: Parallel DC Circuits

Parallel DC Circuits

DC Kirchhoff's Current Law

DC Current Divider Rule

DC Current Sources

Unit 7: Series-Parallel DC Circuit Analysis

Series-Parallel DC Circuit Analysis

DC Source Conversion

DC Voltage Divider Circuits

Instrument Loading Effects

Resistive Delta-Y Conversions

Complex DC Circuit Analysis

Unit 8: DC Circuit Analysis Theorems

DC Superposition Theorem

DC Thevenin's Theorem

DC Norton's Theorem

DC Maximum Power Transfer Theorem

Appendix

Energy and Power Study Guide

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