Electric Circuits II Course - NO PTL LAB

This course is designed for students who already took the Electric Circuits I course and don't need another PTL lab. It explores the principles of AC circuits with emphasis on steady state AC circuits, along with relationships of frequency and impedance being analyzed and resonance studied.
$230.00

**Special note: This course does not include a PTL lab but you will need one to complete the experiments.

ELECTRIC CIRCUITS II COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is designed to explore the principles of AC circuits with emphasis on steady state AC circuits, along with relationships of frequency and impedance being analyzed and resonance studied. 

The laboratory portion of the course elaborates on the behavior of capacitors, inductors, and transformers in a circuit; in addition to the practical experiments with resonance, filters, and optoelectronics.

LEARNING ACTIVITIES:
This course consists of twenty-one lesson assignments.  Each lesson requires you to read topics, or portions thereof, and to answer questions based on the assigned readings.  You should solve all the problems in the exercise sections before continuing to the next topic and perform all the laboratory experiments.

PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS:
Master the concepts presented within each reading assignment.
Solve all problems in all exercise sections.  Take time to compare your laboratory results with the expected results based on theory.

STUDENT EVALUATION AND GRADING METHOD:
Students are required to complete all performance requirements above.  Each of the twenty-one assignments concludes with an examination comprising of a multiple-choice test. The assignment examinations are open book.

The final grade for this course will be determined as follows: Twenty-one examinations averaged together and multiplied by 100%

LESSON TOPICS: 

Vital Statistics of AC Circuits / Magnetism and Magnetic Circuits/Induced Voltage and Current
Objectives:
Upon the completion of this lesson the student will sine wave characteristics, phase relationships, combining ac and dc components, magnetic properties, induced voltage and Benz's Law.

Inductance / Mutual Inductance and Magnetic Coupling /Transformers
Objectives:
Upon the completion of this lesson the student will be able to comprehend inductance, magnetic coupling, transformer operation, and transformer characteristics.

Fundamentals of Transformers
Objectives:
Upon the completion of this lesson the student will be able to check an audio transformer with an ohmmeter, determine phase and induced voltage relationships, calculate turns ratio, and then determine how current and impedance affect the performance of a transformer.    

Electrical Charges and Capacitance / Capacitors in Action
Objectives:
Upon the completion of this lesson the student will be familiar with electric fields, charges, capacitor operation, phase, and reactance.

Capacitors and Capacitive Circuits
Objectives:
Upon the completion of this lesson the student will be able to calculate the capacitance of series or parallel connected capacitors, how frequency affects them, their application in filters and dealing with polarized units in a-c circuits.

Inductors and Inductive Circuits
Objectives:
Upon the completion of this lesson the student will be able to calculate the impedance of inductors, series and parallel inductors, their response to frequency, their color coding, and characteristics of variable inductors.

Currents and Voltages in AC Circuits
Objectives:
Upon the completion of this lesson the student will have a good understanding of AC circuit analysis.

Resonant Circuits
Objectives:
Upon the completion of this lesson the student will understand resonant circuits and their characteristics.

Resonance and Filters
Objectives:
Upon the completion of this lesson the student will understand resonant circuits and their characteristics including impedance, voltage and current relationships, bandwidth, Q and their filter applications.

Circuit Response to Nonsinusoidal Waveforms
Objectives:
Upon the completion of this lesson the student will understand RLC circuit responses to nonsinusoidal waves, steady-state and transient responses, responses to pure resistive, inductive, and capacitive circuits, time-constant curves, RL and RC circuits and differentiating and integrating circuits.

Time Constants
Objectives:
Upon the completion of this lesson the student will get familiar with RC time constants and their applications.

RC Filter Circuits
Objectives:
Upon the completion of this lesson the student will understand low-pass, high-pass, bandpass and bandstop RC filters.
 
Optoelectronics
Objectives:
Upon the completion of this lesson the student will understand the principles of optoelectronics, which include LEDs, Photocells, Photodiodes, and transistors and finally opto-isolators.  Testing them with an ohmmeter and understanding their characteristics are experimentally proven.

Thinking Circuits and Automatic Switches / Relays and Robots
Objectives:
Upon the completion of this lesson the student will understand digital circuits and relays as used in AND, OR and NOT circuits.

Electromagnetism and Relays
Objectives:
Upon the completion of this lesson the student will be able to recognize relationship between a relay and electromagnetism induction and their usage in burglar alarms and delay circuits.

Discover the CIE Bookstore Advantage
All the learning topics are presented in a clear and easy-to-understand distance learning format which makes learning this material fun and easy. After you finish the learning topics inside each lesson you'll take an exam. If you score a 70% or better on all your exams we'll send you a Certificate of Completion Electric Circuits II from Cleveland Institute of Electronics' Bookstore that's suitable for framing.

HANDS ON TRAINING LAB
Our unique lab will give you hands on training with circuits, capacitors, inductors, transformers, experiments on resonance, filters, amplifiers and much more.

The lab contains the following units:
- You will need a PTL trainer to complete course experiments
- Multimeter
- Parts Package for your Experiments

STUDENT PRIVILEGES
In addition, this Electric Circuits Course with Lab comes with Superior Student Privileges so you never have to study alone!

1. Instructor Assistance:
You have access to our faculty and staff if you ever need assistance with your course work. CIE's dedicated staff of instructors do more than just grade your exams; they help guide you, step-by-step, through your studies and hands-on electronics experiments. 

2. Priority Grading - No waiting
Your submitted exams will be graded and emailed back to you within 24 hours. Take your exams online on our e-grade web site.

3. Professional Certificate of Completion from CIE Bookstore
After finishing the Electric Circuits course you'll receive a certificate of completion in Electric Circuits suitable for framing!

How do I enroll in the Electric Circuits Course with Lab II?

1. You can enroll online (click the 'Add to Cart' button).

2. Call us at (800) 321-2155 and ask for the Electric Circuits course with lab II (01-EET112B).

3. You can mail a check or money order for $252.75 to:
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CIE Bookstore's affordable Electric Circuits Course II will provide step-by-step electronics training you can do at home. Learning electronics has never been easier!