A 60 watt light bulb. A 500 watt power supply. A 1000 watt microwave. Electrical Power and its unit, the watt, are routinely encountered and used in everyday life. Even though the term may be familiar, most people probably do not understand the concept of electrical power. As an electrician or technician, you not only need know what it is, but also be able to confidently calculate electrical power under a variety of on-the-job situations.
Electrical Power Course Objectives
- Define electrical power.
- List different units to measure electrical power.
To proceed with lessons all quizzes must be passed with 70% or above score. There are three attempts for each quiz, in any circumstances if you failed quiz or exam in your all three attempts the course will be locked permanently and you will be forced to complete the course in classroom.
Course final exam must be completed with and passed with 70%. There are three attempts for final exam, in any circumstances if you failed quiz or exam in your all three attempts the course will be locked permanently and you will be forced to complete the course in classroom.
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