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Architecture and Construction, Grade 9 - 12, Industrial Wiring, 2009

1.) Demonstrate safety procedures as recognized by governing agencies and approved industry standards when testing and replacing components or installing wiring.

Examples: lockout, tagout

2.) Identify electrical hazards and how to avoid and minimize them in the workplace.

3.) Demonstrate methods used to support and secure cable tray used in industrial wiring applications.

4.) Demonstrate the fabrication of complex cable tray configurations, including turns, offsets, and methods of hanging, according to specifications in industrial applications.

5.) Describe the operation of solid state and mechanical contactors in industrial wiring.

6.) Install contactors and relays according to National Electrical Code (NEC) specifications.

7.) Install a simple control circuit.

8.) Calculate load for single- and three-phase branch circuits.

9.) Determine ampacity for single- and three-phase loads.

10.) Select conductors and over-current protection devices appropriate to the load of specified equipment.

Examples: welding machines, motors, heating and cooling equipment

11.) Calculate conduit size by conduit and box fill requirements according to the NEC handbook.

12.) Determine electrical box and cabinet fill requirements.

•  Identifying bending radius requirements
13.) Identify occupancy sensors, photoelectric sensors, and timers used to control circuits.

14.) Describe the function of ballasts in lighting systems.

15.) Install various lighting components.

16.) Calculate common conduit bends used in industrial applications.

17.) Use pneumatic and electrical benders to produce conduit bends according to specifications.

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