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Repair your Electronic Projects with Ease

This free online course will show you how to repair your electronic projects with expertise and efficiency.

Publisher: Ashraf Said AlMadhoun
Would you like to learn to repair your electronic projects with minimal effort? Then look no further than this free online course. We will start by exploring passive and active electronic components, along with electrical components. We will explain laboratory experiments and practical current measurement, and introduce you to capacitors and inductors. And don't forget the key theoretical foundations of Ohm's Law, diodes and transistors.
Repair your Electronic Projects with Ease
  • Duration

    4-5 Hours
  • Students

    596
  • Accreditation

    CPD

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Outcome

Certification

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Description

Are you working on electronic projects? Do you find it difficult to repair these electronic projects? If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, this is the right course for you. We have specifically designed this course to improve your electronic projects dramatically. As repairing electronic projects starts with troubleshooting, we will first show you everything you need to know as a troubleshooter by emphasizing electronics. Following circuit analysis and the essential electrical and electronic components, we will take you through the necessary tools for repair and maintenance procedures. The video-based lessons will cover wiring tools, multimeters, screwdrivers and many other instruments used in electronic projects. Likewise, you will discuss the various electronic components. Addressing laboratory equipment's effective and efficient working conditions, we will help you understand features such as servicing, troubleshooting, repairing, and maintenance. It is worth noting that maintenance is a continuous process. This is why we study both hardware and software in this course. Looking at the hardware parts of the equipment, we will uncover the four main steps that you will need to follow when servicing your project. 

Delving deeper into the course, we will explore the free-flowing of electrons, referred to as current. We will discuss concepts such as voltage and resistance, direct current, alternating current, and basic circuits. For instance, you will better understand that voltage is the force pushing electrons through a wire. And when measuring voltage, you place the meter probes across the voltage source. Conversely, resistance impedes the free flow of electrons through a conductor, and all materials exhibit some resistance - even the best conductors. The course will explore the direct current, the alternating current, and measurement practice necessary to repair your electronic projects. Resistors are parts of electronic projects. There are many resistors, and their parameters include resistance value in Ohms and power handling capabilities in watts. More importantly, you will also be taught circuit diagram basics and symbols along with mixing theory with practice.

Lastly, we'll take a look at other devices, capacitors and inductors. A capacitor possesses two conductive plates separated by a non-conductive material allowing it to store energy. We will explain why most electronic devices use capacitors with a tiny fraction of a farad, the unit of capacitance. An inductor is a coil of wire through which electrons move, and energy is stored in the resulting magnetic field. Whereas inductors temporarily store energy in a magnetic field, capacitors store energy in an electric field. A "henry" is a measure of the intensity of the magnetic field that is produced. The amount of inductance is influenced by several factors. This comprehensive course will equip you with valuable knowledge, enabling you to repair your electronic projects quickly. Students specializing in electronics will find the course exciting. If you're a technician in electronics, you will find this course very useful to improve your knowledge and be far more efficient. Start this course today and take your understanding of electronics to the next level.

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