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|Course ID||Course Name||Prerequisite||Total Credits||Lab Credits|
|ET 122||RESIDENTIAL WIRING||ET 111||4||2|
This course provides the students with a comprehensive and practical approach to become successful residential electricians. It covers practical wiring experience in connecting and installing various types of branch circuits and services for lighting, heating, burglar alarms, and power for typical single-family dwelling units to multiple-family residential units. More specifically, it covers important concepts like planning a job, roughing in and trim out, ground fault circuit interrupters, and maintaining/troubleshooting a residential electrical wiring system in accordance with the latest edition of National Electrical Code. It also deals with installing, commisssioning, operating, troubleshooting, repairing, and maintaining small stand-alone solar PV sustems. Appropriate CAI will be used.