This course will give the student a basic understanding of the various types of transformers, construction, operation and theory of transformers. The various connections such as delta, wye, T and others are introduced. Students will become proficient in using transformer formulas to determine related values. (Note: While it is possible to learn the theory of a transformer via self-paced correspondence, we highly recommend you consider choosing the classroom version of this course for the hands-on labs that are offered.)
IN-CLASS students will benefit from in-depth conversations, hands-on labs, and question/answer times as we navigate through the course.
SELF-PACED students will benefit from access to a video series which will aid them as they study on their own. Just because you cannot be with us in the class, doesn’t mean you cannot learn the material presented. The video series will help you greatly.
This 45-Hour Course is approved by the State of Maine Electrical Examination Board.
Prerequisites: Basic Electricity I, Basic Electricity II