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Technician: Basic Math and Terminology for Technicians (EST108)

The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to some of the basic math skills and industry terms that an entry-level EST will need as a foundation for a career in residential A/V and automation.

CEU Value: 1.5

Thepurpose of this course isto provide an introd u ctiontos ome of the basic math skillsand industry terms that an entry-level EST will need as a foundation for a career in residential and automation. This course will fami l iarize technicians witht he steps for solving, utiliz ing and applying theseskills in determining surface area , determiningimpedance loads, determining right angles, de t erminingpower usage, determiningprojector throw distance, a n d determining theprimary v i ewingdistance fromscree n. Participantswill l earn towork wi t h Ohm'slaw , basicalg e braic,el ectricaltheory in regards to signal quality,as well as English and Metric u nits ofmeasurement, which direc t ly relate to the custom electronicsystems indu s try.

Atthe conclusion of this course, participantss hou ld be able to:

  • Identify industry relatedM a thconcepts andterminology
  • Interp retMetric& E n glishUnitsys t em conversions
  • Utilizeelectricaltheory to calculate signal integrity o ver various cables
  • Calculate voltage, current, resistance, andpower using Ohm ' s law

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