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Residential Wiring Laboratory Manual provides students and professional electricians-in-training with realistic, hands-on opportunities to develop their skills in applying regulations concerning securing conductors, working with circuits that employ three- and four-way switches, performing box sizing calculations, and using residential schematic symbols. Readers are required to analyze each lab assignment carefully in order to derive their own floor plan and electrical connection diagrams. Instructors or mentors are then called upon to verify the electrical connections, providing learners with immediate positive feedback or additional guidance as needed on a one-on-one basis. Lastly, because readers are required to perform key tasks repeatedly, the use of this lab manual enables them to progress through the most critical phase of the electrical wiring learning curve in a safe and controlled manner.
Table of Contents
|Electrical Safety||p. 1|
|Multimeter Familiarization||p. 7|
|Conductor Stripping, Splicing, and Taping Techniques||p. 13|
|Single-Pole Switched Light Circuit, with Feed at the Switch||p. 21|
|Single-Pole Switched Light Circuit, with Feed at the Light||p. 27|
|Single-Pole Switched Light Circuit and Continuously Energized Receptacle||p. 31|
|Single-Pole Switched Light Circuit and Two Split Duplex Receptacles||p. 37|
|Three-Way Switched Light Circuit, with Feed at Switch||p. 43|
|Three-Way Switched Light Circuit, with Feed at Light||p. 47|
|Four-Way Switched Light Circuit, with Feed at Switch||p. 53|
|Four-Way Switched Light Circuit, with Feed at Light||p. 57|
|Ground Fault Circuit Interrupt Wiring||p. 61|
|Combination Circuit Lab #1||p. 65|
|Overhead Light Circuit Controlled in Two Locations||p. 66|
|Split Duplex Receptacle Circuit Controlled at One Location||p. 66|
|Combination Circuit Lab #2||p. 71|
|Overhead Light Circuit Controlled at Three Locations||p. 72|
|Wall-Mounted Outside Light Circuit Controlled in One Location||p. 72|
|GFCI-Protected Duplex Receptacle Circuit||p. 72|
|Combination Circuit Lab #3||p. 77|
|Overhead Light Controlled at Four Locations||p. 78|
|Outside Light Controlled at One Location||p. 78|
|Split Duplex-Receptacle Circuit, Controlled at One Location||p. 78|
|Combination Circuit Lab #4||p. 83|
|Overhead Light Controlled at Two Locations||p. 84|
|Three Split Duplex Receptacles, Controlled at One Location Arranged Accordingly||p. 84|
|One Receptacle is Non-GFCI Protected||p. 84|
|Two Receptacles are GFCI Protected||p. 84|
|A Split Duplex Receptacle Circuit, Controlled at One Location||p. 84|
|Two-Entrance Door Chime Wiring Lab||p. 89|
|Home Security System Wiring Lab||p. 95|
|Fire Alarm System Wiring Lab||p. 101|
|Service Entrance Wiring Lab||p. 107|
|Sub-Panel Wiring Lab||p. 111|
|Receptacle Add-On Wiring Lab||p. 115|
|Example Floor Plan Diagram||p. 121|
|Example Wiring Diagram||p. 122|
|Recommended Tool List||p. 123|
|Materials List||p. 124|
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