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Price will increase to $309 on
June 7, 2023!
|Dates||Wednesday, June 28 - Thursday, June 29 Add to Calendar|
|Time||6:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Each Evening|
|Place||ATU Local 726|
3952 Amboy Road
Staten Island, NY 10308
|Contact||Kevin Singh (800) 233-3182 Ext. 230|
Download Enrollment Form NOTE: Complete enrollment form and fax to (858) 486-8530
This seminar and manual were designed to solve the greatest disconnect in our industry: Flow charts that ask for irrelevant resistance tests and unloaded voltage tests. Traditional service information also lacks any advice for interpreting these results. To maximize the benefit of this seminar, it is as much about choosing better electrical testing methods as it is about the functions of Digital Volt/Ohm Meter (DVOM). This includes using in-class test boards for practicing the best settings, probes, and tricks for maximizing the tool. But more importantly, the course and hands-on exercises are designed from shop experience, not service information, to reinforce the best decision-making process the next time you’re staring at an electrical diagnosis. Topics include:
- DVOM function review
- Best leads, probes & gadgets
- Voltage drop testing
- Using overlays to verify diagnosis
- Fused jumpers for component verification and circuit loading for voltage drops
- Inferring waveform using multiple DVOM functions
- DVOM limitations – knowing when the results are not useful
This seminar was designed for just about everyone in the shop, except for those who are already expert DVOM users. This isn’t watered-down, though. More experienced techs will be challenged with new time-saving techniques. But our question for beginners is, ‘Why not learn the best strategies right away?’ Bring your DVOM and test leads to get the most out of the experience.