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Schematics: Electrical & Electronics Engineering Basics

Schematics: Electrical & Electronics Engineering Basics

Electrical engineering fundamentals, power electronics engineering, electrical circuit analysis, electrical schematics, and more are covered.

What you’ll learn

Schematics: Electrical & Electronics Engineering Basics

  • The basics of electrical engineerings, such as electrical wiring and symbols, electrical measuring devices, electrical circuits, and more, are covered in this course.
  • A lot of information about electric symbols


  • Basic knowledge of electrical work


The Electrical Engineering Basics: Electrical Wiring & Symbols course is for people who want to learn more about electrical and electronic engineering.

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Why should you take this class?

  1. The course will teach you the basics of electrical engineering in a simple way, so it will be easy for you to learn.
  2. So you can finish the course in a short amount of time, and then have fun with the new things you learn.
  3. It’s always getting better.
  4. One-on-One help.
  5. With examples, this is a simple and easy-to-understand way to learn.
  6. A certificate will be given to you when you finish the course.

You’ll learn about:

  • Complete the basics of electrical engineering.
  • In-depth: Electrical Wires and Switches.
  • Analogue Ground, Digital Ground, and chassis Ground are all types of electrical grounding, and there are many more.
  • Everything that can be used to measure electricity;
  • Batteries and electric cells
  • Supply and Sources of Electricity
  • People use electrical bulbs and lamps.
  • Electrical Fuses Symbols and how they work;
  • How electrical inductors work;
  • They convert electricity into something else.
  • Electrical Relay and how it works;
  • Cables and wires for electricity
  • Diagram of an electrical circuit
  • There are a lot of Electrical Symbols.

Who this course is for:

  • Electricians and engineers.
  • Who wants to learn more about electricity

Schematics: Electrical & Electronics Engineering Basics

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