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1 Form 2B, Page 1 FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE NON-COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE COURSE NUMBER: ACR 0100 COURSE TITLE: PREREQUISITE(S): COREQUISITE(S): Basic Electricity and Schematics None None TOTAL CONTACT HOURS: 125 ( ) (For Office Use Only: Vocational Credits _4.0_) FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS: 4.16 STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE ALLOCATION: 20 COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to teach entry-level job skills. Topics include wiring diagram symbols, schematic wiring diagram circuits, schematic wiring diagram exercises, electric meter, alternating current fundamentals, single phase motor theory, single motor testing, motor protection, troubleshooting, electrical wiring and electrical components. SUGGESTED TEXT(S): Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology, 4 th edition, Whitman Johnson Tomczyk Copyright 2000 IMPLEMENTAION DATE: Fall Term, 1989 (901) REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE Fall Term, 1993 (941) Fall Term, 1998 Fall Term, 2002 (20031)

2 Form 2B, Page 2 COURSE TOPICS CONTACT HOURS PER TOPIC I. Wiring Diagram Symbols 12 A. Volts B. Amps C. Ohms D. Electrical laws E. Formulas F. Motors G. Solenoids H. Relays II. Schematic Wiring Diagram Exercises 12 A. Building ladder diagrams B. General diagram exercises III. Schematic Wiring Diagram Circuits 12 A. Generators B. Current path loads C. Series circuit D. Parallel circuits E. Magnetism F. Motor insulation IV. Electric Meters 12 A. Volt meters B. AMP meters C. OHM meters D. Meter application E. Checking voltage F. Hop Scotch troubleshooting V. Alternating Current Fundamentals 13 A. Potential energy B. Chemical compounds C. Neutral atoms D. Electrical changes E. Path for electron flow F. Thermal action VI. Single Phase Motor Theory 13 A. Motor construction B. Shaded pole C. Capacitor start D. Capacitor run E. North and south poles

3 Form 2B, Page 3 COURSE TOPICS (Continued) CONTACT HOURS PER TOPIC VII. Single Phase Testing 13 A. Volt meters B. Amp meters C. Ohm meters D. Capacitor analyzers E. Open windings F. Bleed resistors G. Multiple run capacitors VIII. Motor Protection 13 A. Locked rotor current B. Types of motor duty C. Temperature overloads D. Thermal overload relays E. Heater element current overloads F. Three phase overloads IX. Troubleshooting 13 A. Compressors B. Indoor fans C. Outdoor fans D. Thermostats E. Starters F. Relays G. Pressure switches H. Contactors I. Strip heaters J. Safety X. Wiring Electrical Components 12 A. Circuit breakers B. Fuse blocks C. Disconnect switches D. Low temperature refrigeration systems E. Multi-zone systems

4 Form 2B, Page 4 PROGRAM TITLE: COURSE TITLE: Commercial Heating and Air Conditioning Technology Basic Electricity and Schematics CIP NUMBER: LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: NUMBER(S): TITLES(S): 01.0 KNOW THE HISTORY/CONCEPTS OF REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING -- The student will be able to: Describe some of today's current issues regarding air conditioning--industry concerns and future ramifications DEMONSTRATE SAFE WORKING PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES -- The student will be able to: Describe the reasons for regular safety meetings Explain the reasons for company safety policies Explain the need for employee background checks and medical examinations Identify and use appropriate personal safety equipment Identify and use proper fire extinguishers and other such safety devices Identify and use emergency first aid procedures Identify and use safe handling practices as they relate to hazardous and volatile fluids Identify and use OSHA safety practices when working near moving equipment Identify and use OSHA safety practices relating to a ground fault circuit interrupter Identify and use OSHA safety practices relating to frayed cords Identify and use OSHA safety practices as they relate to the length and size of the extension cord Define and use safety procedures when working with gases and combustibles DEMONSTRATE APPROPRIATE USE OF TOOLS AND ACCESSORIES -- The student will be able to: Identify and use basic tools and accessories Identify and use power tools Identify and use fasteners Describe and apply appropriate maintenance processes for tools and accessories Identify and use specialized tools of the trade DEMONSTRATE A WORKING KNOWLEDGE IN BASIC ELECTRICITY AND ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS -- The student will be able to: Explain how electricity is produced Define watts, ohms, volts and amps Identify and use appropriate procedures to troubleshoot fuses and breakers Measure wattage, resistance, voltage and amperage using appropriate meter Troubleshoot and explain the function of relays.

5 Form 2B, Page 5 LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (Continued) NUMBER(S): TITLES(S): Troubleshoot and explain the function of contactors Troubleshoot and explain the function of a capacitor Troubleshoot and explain the function of a defrost timer Troubleshoot and explain the function of a crankcase heater Troubleshoot and explain the function of thermostats DEMONSTRATE A WORKING KNOWLEDGE IN RESIDENTIAL CONTROL SYSTEM HEATING/COOLING - The student will be able to: Draw and apply a schematic wiring diagram of a low voltage control system Wire a complete heating/cooling system, line and low voltage Connect field control wiring on heat pump installation Identify and troubleshoot controls for heating and cooling systems Interpret and apply a schematic wiring diagram of a low voltage control system Adjust heat anticipator on thermostat Identify, install and troubleshoot a single stage heat and single stage cool thermostat Identify, install and troubleshoot a two state hat and two stage cool thermostat Analyze electronic circuit containing power source, control card, sensor and control Explain basic heat pump, electrical and mechanical operations Explain the operation of a reversing valve Describe the purpose and function of outdoor thermostats Explain the operation of defrost controls Explain the operation of auxiliary heat Identify and correct the causes of mechanical problems DEMONSTRATE A WORKING KNOWLEDGE OF CODES AND STANDARDS -- The student will be able to: Describe the reason for codes Discuss local codes Discuss standard codes Discuss uniform codes Identify codes and standards for the applicable area, locality or state Explain the relationship between codes and manufacturers' installation instructions Identify the purposes of the Air Cond. Contractors Natl. Assoc DEMONSTRATE A WORKING KNOWLEDGE IN HEATING START-UP, CHECKOUT AND OPERATION The student will be able to: Apply good customer relations in classroom simulation Use tools and test equipment properly Determine equipment electrical requirements.

6 Form 2B, Page 6 LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (Continued) NUMBER(S): TITLES(S): 15.0 DEMONSTRATE A WORKING KNOWLEDGE IN AIR CONDITIONING START-UP AND SERVICE PROBLEM ANALYSIS -- The student will be able to: Identify and use proper safety procedures when using tools and test equipment Explain local codes and ordinances Apply good customer relations in classroom simulation DEMONSTRATE EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS -- The student will be able to: Demonstrate a knowledge of the "Florida Right-To-Know Law" as recorded in Florida Statutes Chapter DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP -- The student will be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of state licensing requirements.

7 Florida State College At Jacksonville Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment NOTE: Use either the Tab key or mouse click to move from field to field. The box will expand to accommodate your entry. Section 1 COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: ACR-0100 COURSE TITLE: Basic Electricity and Schematics SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): CONTACT HOURS (NCC): 125 Section 2 TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply) AA Elective AS Required Professional Course College Prep AS Professional Elective AAS Required Professional Course X Technical Certificate Other X PSAV Apprenticeship General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7) Section 3 (If applicable) INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES: Communications Social & Behavioral Sciences Mathematics Natural Sciences Humanities Section 4 INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES: X Reading Speaking X Critical Analysis X Quantitative Skills Scientific Method of Inquiry X Writing Listening Information Literacy Ethical Judgment Working Collaboratively Section 5 LEARNING OUTCOMES Demonstrate the ability to understand, and record A/C 1 unit s electrical operation parameters on maintenance forms and records. Evaluate a system and or component repair weather 2 actual or hypothetical and or determine repair needed. Be able to understand and know how to apply basic 3 safety skills Understand wiring diagram symbols, schematic wiring 4 diagram circuits, schematic wiring diagram exercises, electric meter and alternating current fundamentals Knowledge of single phase and three phase motor 5 theory, motor testing and motor protection. Know Basic s of and how to use volt, ohm, and amp 6 meters. 7 Section 6 Name of Person Completing This Form: Gary Krupa Date: 11/2009 METHOD OF ASSESSMENT Draw electrical systems; label all components, written explanation of the operation of the electrical system, showing the proper electrical parameters. Assessment by instructor 75% of possible 100 points to achieve a passing score. to achieve a passing score

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