Dictionary for Electricians and Electrical Workers - Illustrated
Dictionary for Electricians and Electrical Workers - Illustrated, 2E
# Pages: 320 Softcover
Dimensions: 6 X 9
Published by Delmar Publishers
This specialized illustrated dictionary for electricians and electrical workers will help you to better understand the many technical terms that make up the language of the electrical trades. This book is written to serve as a ready reference, the illustrated dictionary has been updated with over 800 new terms and definitions. Also new to this edition are 190 new illustrations to aide you in understanding and applying the definitions. With new coverage of fiber optics, motor controls, building trades electricity, maintenance electricity, and more, The Illustrated Dictionary for Electrical Workers has become the most comprehensive electrical dictionary in the field.
The Illustrated Dictionary for Electrical Workers covers about 2,000 terms used extensively in the electrical and electronics fields in North America. Intended for students in college, technical school, or apprenticeship training programs and also for electrical designers, fiber optics technicians, journeyman electricians, maintenance electricians, and other electrical workers. The second edition adds coverage of fiber optics, motor controls, building trades electricity, and maintenance electricity. Includes about 200 diagrams and other illustrations.
When you want to know the fine points of a reamer and a receptacle, an electrical workers' dictionary is your best bet. And an illustrated dictionary is better yet, because if you have to ask what a relay circuit is, it's best to see a diagram of the thing to go along with the definition. John Traister's Illustrated Dictionary for Electrical Workers contains some 200 illustrations and more than 3,000 definitions from AA (Aluminum Association) to Zonal Cavity Method. Geared toward students, apprentice electricians, and electrical designers, Traister defines standard terms used in electrical construction projects across the country.