Begin with The
Starter Kit, H-111A.
This is the first step in hands-on study of electrical circuit troubleshooting.
The Starter Kit contains two fully assembled circuit boards that snap together and
a DC power supply. The Hands-On Student Workbook, H-WB111A, is completely revised and updated. An Instructor Guide
has all the answers.
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There are 32 electrical problems to practice troubleshooting live circuits
covering OPEN circuits. Vds (voltage drops) and short-to-ground
problems. The workbook has the explanations to guide at home
or in the shop study. It is also used in tech schools around the country.(We have power supplies for UK and
Euro at an additional charge. Be sure to specify the line (mains) voltage is in your country and the type of power connector you need; UK, Euro or USA.)
YOU NEED THE STARTER KIT, H-111A, TO TRAIN WITH THE FOUR REMAINING CIRCUIT BOARD TRAINERS EXPLAINED BELOW. THE STARTER KIT IS THE FIRST STEP.
Follow up with this trainer:
DC Motor Troubleshooting Trainer, H-113
This DC Motor troubleshooting trainer connects to the Power Board from
the Starter Kit as shown here. Text explains brushless DC Motor operation and troubleshooting
techniques unique to DC Motor circuits. Also included is troubleshooting wire wound DC Motors. The Student Workbook, H-WB113 provides all instructions for
troubleshooting 37 live electrical problems and 5 advanced electrical
problems with multiple faults. An included Instructor Guide has
all the answers to exercises and troubleshooting problems.
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Then follow up with this trainer:
Relay Troubleshooting Trainer, H-115
This troubleshooting trainer connects to the Power Board from
the Starter Kit. to explain how relays and relay circuits operate
and how relay circuits fail. The Student Workbook, H-WB115 provides all
instructions for troubleshooting 75 relay circuit problems. Yes, relay circuits can experience that many potential problems. An
included Instructor Guide has all the answers.
For details on the relay trainer or to place an order go to this web page.
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Next add-on trainer:
Harness Troubleshooting Trainer, H-116
This troubleshooting trainer connects
to the Power Board from the Starter Kit. Then the Lamp Board, Relay Board and DC Motor Board connect along the bottom This creates a mini-electrical system we call "The M.E.S."
The Student Workbook explains wire harness
troubleshooting and how wiring harness problems affect perfectly
good circuits. Learn how one bad circuit can affect a perfectly good circuit. Learn to diagnose mulitple circuit problems all caused by the same bad connection.
It is easy when you know how!
There are 115 electrical troubleshooting problems
covering a wide range of wire harness related problems.
The Student Workbook
provides complete instructions for troubleshooting all wire harness
electrical system problems. An included Instructor Guide has
all the answers.
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(Remember we have power
supplies for UK and Euro at an additional charge.)
Last add-on trainer:
CAN Bus Troubleshooting Trainer H-200
The CAN Bus troubleshooting trainer, H-200 involves two training topcs. First you learn what the 60 ohm network is, how it works and how it can fail even when you read 60 ohms at DLC Pins 6 and 14. Second, you will learn the proper troubleshooting techniques when a node has a B+ (voltage side) or B- (ground side) problem preventing the node from functioning normally.
(1) Network Wiring Problems
There are 20 hands-on problems troubleshooting the 60 ohm network and how the circuit is not operational yet 60 ohms is measured at Pins 6 and 14 of the DLC. Finding zero, 120 or 240 ohms is also explained and duplicated in the troubleshooting exercises for practice. These 20 troubleshooting problems are accomplished with an ohmmeter without the need to connect the CAN Bus trainer to the Power Board from The Starter Kit H-111A.
(2) Voltage and Ground Circuit Node Problems
Next the CAN Bus trainer H-200 connects to the Power Board from H-111A as shown at the left to explain CAN Bus circuit troubleshooting concerning node voltage and ground problems that cause technicians the most trouble.
There are 24 problems relating to voltage and ground feeds to the nodes. These node electrical problems are often overlooked.
To troubleshoot these problems the CAN Bus trainer must be connected to the power board from the starter kit H-111A as shown here. This permits measuring voltages in the CAN Bus system relating to voltage and ground circuits to the nodes. Live circuit troubleshooting permits open circuits, voltage drops and shorts to ground to be diagnosed.
Please note there are no voltage or CAN Bus signals on the CAN Bus High(+) or Low(-) network wires.
The CAN Bus trainer H-200, comes with a CAN Bus circuit board, H-PCB200, a student workbook, H-WB200 and Instructor Guid, H-IG200, along with a resistor bag to insert different voltage drop problems in the trainer. The instructor guide has all the instructions you need and answers to troubleshooting questions.
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