Electrical Wiring Training System Components
LearnLab makes Electrical Training fun and easy! All the electrical wiring components you see here are found everywhere in modern construction. This Vocational Training System teaches students 98% of what they need to know to enter the work force as a residential and commercial electrician.
1. Electrical Wiring Training System Platform
2. Power Panel Power panels are found in almost every electrical installation to provide an enclosure for power connections, grounding and circuit protection devices. Students will open, configure, and plan the connections inside this actual real electrical panel.
3. Buzzer/Sounder The electrical buzzer adds a training dimension to the panels that adds to the overall learning experience. Sight, Sound, and practical hands-on learning.
4. Branch Recepticals 15 and 20 amp 120 VAC receptacles are covered in the training to help students understand the differences and the practical uses of each type of circuit.
5. Three Way Switches Two separate 3-way switches are used to training a student how to wire the confusing three way lamp circuit. The curriculum shows the students easy and practical ways to understand and remember this common type of light switch circuit.
6. One-Way Switches Two separate 1-way switches allow the students to build and troubleshoot real world electrical branch circuits fed from the main power panel.
7. Light Bulbs Two lamp sockets allow the students to test, troubleshoot and see first hand their progress while learning to wire these common real world circuits.
8. Utility Receptacle A 30 amp 240 VAC socket is provided to teach students how to wire and troubleshoot utility branch circuits such as found in many single phase applications. Understanding the L1 and L2 connections along with the neutral and ground connections is a must for any electrical worker.
9. Circuit Protection Circuit breakers are provided just as in the case on a real world electrical installation for the students to learn about, and understand the purpose and design of these required devices. The curriculum covers all aspects of circuit protection and sizing.