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ELC 1211   Electrical Installation II   Credits: 5

In this course, students will continue to expand on their knowledge and skills learned in Electrical Fundamentals and Electrical Wiring & Safety, for proper and safe tool usage, and electrical circuit design, testing and troubleshooting. Students will complete wiring projects which will develop their workmanship and familiarity with the Ontario Electrical Code (OESC) and the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) as they apply to industrial electrical installations. All projects will focus on motor control, incorporating components such as relays, control transformers, motors, starters and electronic devices. They will also identify and demonstrate raceway and its associated wiring methods. The course involves one hour in a computer classroom working with AutoCad Electrical, and four hours in lab. Those who are registered in this course must have successfully completed or be concurrently enrolled in ELC 1215 and ELC 2308.

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