Electrician's Troubleshooting and Testing Pocket Guide / Edition 3 available in Paperback
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The ultimate electrical equipment troubleshooting pocket guide
Designed for quick reference at any job site, the Electrician's Troubleshooting and Testing Pocket Guide enables electricians using portable meters to test, maintain, and troubleshoot all types of electrical equipment and systems.
This updated classic now features:
- Expert guidance on all the latest troubleshooting tools, testing instruments, systems, and equipment
- Time-saving charts, tables, and diagrams for assuring quality and safety compliance
- Vital material on personal protective equipment (PPE) required for testing energized circuits
- NEW material: coverage of new equipment, such as infrared scanners and power quality analyzers; information and guidelines that comply with new NFPA 70E safety requirements
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||3.90(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Brooke Stauffer is the executive director of Standards and Safety for the National Electrical
John E.Traister was employed in the electrical construction industry as an electrician and electrical contractor for more than 35 years. He was the author of nine books for
McGraw-Hill, including the first edition of Handbook of
Electrical Design Details and McGraw-Hill’s Illustrated Index to the National Electrical Code.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Analog MetersChapter 2: Miscellaneous Testing InstrumentsChapter 3: Digital MetersChapter 4: Troubleshooting BasicsChapter 5: Troubleshooting Dry-Type TransformersChapter 6: Troubleshooting Luminaires (Lighting Fixtures)Chapter 7: Troubleshooting Electric MotorsChapter 8: Troubleshooting Motor BearingsChapter 9: Troubleshooting Relays and ContactorsChapter 10: Troubleshooting Power Quality ProblemsChapter 11: Using Infrared ScannersChapter 12: Troubleshooting Computer and Fiber Optic Networks
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I expected more detail in a reference manual, even if it is a pocket reference. Would be an ok book for a novice electrician's helper.