Troubleshooting Electrical Circuits

Develop the skills to safely diagnose all types of circuit malfunctions.

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Troubleshooting Electrical Circuits

Develop the skills to safely diagnose all types of circuit malfunctions.

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Learn

Learn a proven troubleshooting process with Simutech’s 5-Step Systematic Troubleshooting Approach

Develop

Develop and refine troubleshooting skills with a variety of faults, providing hours of hands-on learning

Master

Master effective testing methods and techniques for safely finding opens and shorts in electrical circuits

Troubleshooting Electrical Circuits features

Lab exercises

Guided faults

Practice

Skill test faults

Extra faults

Genius faults

“We have found that once a student completes the virtual troubleshooting avenue and progresses to the hands-on portion, less instruction is necessary to achieve the necessary results of understanding and safe practices.”

David L. Acting Training Director, Hawaii Electricians Training Fund

THE SIMULATIONS

4 instructional circuit simulations teach students how to find faults using a multimeter and apply these proven techniques.

The main lighting circuit simulation contains components typically found in electrical circuits, including fuses, push buttons, switches, relays, wiring, and lights.

Activities include:
  • Lockout/tag-out the circuit
  • Take voltage and resistance readings with a multimeter
  • Repair and replace electrical components
  • Disconnect and ring out wires
  • Trace and replace wires
Added benefits:
  • Demonstrations, hands-on labs, and continuous performance measurement 
  • Step-by-step guides help users apply new problem-solving techniques to find and repair faults 
  • Printable resources including circuit diagrams, schematics, and worksheets
Designed for:
  • Electrical, maintenance and manufacturing workers
  • Skills that are directly transferable to the workplace
  • Worldwide use: simulations on resources provided for NEMA standards
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“In the end, when I finished the training, I understood how to better manage a larger problem through a forced methodology of documenting what I tested, why, my readings and conclusions on the worksheet, as well as the flowchart.”

Jeremy Bujak, Troubleshooting Electrical Controls review

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