This may not be the first book of its kind but it is definitely written with both the novice and professional in mind.
The key to identifying faults is the ability to locate a suspected component and prove whether it is faulty or not.
This book is backed by decades of collective hands-on experience and teaching too. It will surely help an undergraduate at college while experimenting with and working on various components and likewise for qualified engineers and hobbyists too, while troubleshooting systems in their working environment
The 8 chapters are as follows:
- Basic Measuring Instruments
- Basic Components (R-L-C)
- Programmable Logic Controllers
- Communication Protocols
- Switches and Relays
- Tube Lights and Heaters
- Basic Hand Tools
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