Master the Electric and Electronic Components that Control Today's Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Systems! Electricity and Electronics for HVAC provides an expert account of the electric and electronic components used for modern air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration systems. Packed with hundreds of detailed illustrations, this in-depth reference fully explains circuits, diagrams, digital controls, safety procedures, troubleshooting, and more. Written by the renowned technical authors Rex Miller and Mark R. Miller, this essential resource covers all electrical and electronic principles and applications of HVAC, including basic electricityabelectric measuring instrumentsabcontrol devicesabheating circuitsabrefrigeration and freezer circuitsaband other topics. Designed to build knowledge, skills, and confidence, Electricity and Electronics for HVAC features: Complete information on electric and electronic components for modern HVAC systems Over 345 detailed illustrations to improve technical understanding Standard and SI units for all problems and worked-out equations A PowerPoint presentation for classroom use Inside this Career-Building HVAC Tool ac Introduction to Electricity ac Current, Voltage, Resistance, and Power ac Resistors, Color Code, Components, and Symbols ac Series and Parallel Circuits ac Magnetism, Solenoids, and Relays ac Electric Measuring Instruments ac Electric Power: DC and AC ac Inductors, Inductive Reactance, and Transformers ac Capacitors and Capacitive Reactance ac Single and Three-Phase Power ac Solid-State Controls ac AC Motors ac Electrical Safety ac Control Devices ac Heating Circuits ac AC Circuits ac Refrigeration and Freezer Circuits ac Troubleshooting ac Controlling Electric Power for AC Units oCareers in AC and Refrigeration ac IndexTesting precaution Pressure testing or cleaning refrigeration and air-conditioning systems can be dangerous. Be careful not to ... Keep in mind that some compressors have power applied at all times to the off-cycle crankcase heater. Even if the ... Some run capacitors are connected to the compressor motor windings even when the compressor is not running. ... If the fuse is blown and you put in another and it blows, it tells you that there is something drawing too much current. Simplyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Electricity and Electronics for HVAC|
|Author||:||Rex Miller, Mark Miller|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2007-08-09|