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Safety: Electrical Systems
271 DC Power Sources

CourseCode: SOC-271-420170
Length: 1 Hours

Target Audience
Intermediate Level

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DC Power Sources provides a foundational overview of direct current and the different power sources that produce it. A DC power source is any means used to convert various forms of energy into DC electricity. DC power sources include batteries, fuel cells, solar cells, and DC generators. Most DC power is supplied by batteries, but generators are used for some applications. Fuel cells and solar cells are not widely used but may be more popular in the future if they can be made less expensive and more efficient.After taking this class, users will be familiar with different methods of producing DC power and other important concepts, such as magnetic induction. This is important for working with electrical systems because many electrical devices operate on direct current. In addition, DC may become more popular in the future if alternative sources such as fuel and solar cells become more cost-effective.

SOC-271-420170
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Beginner: 101 Electrical Units
Beginner: 111 Safety for Electrical Work
Intermediate: 201 Introduction to Circuits
Intermediate: 211 Introduction to Magnetism
Intermediate: 221 DC Circuit Components
Intermediate: 231 NEC(R) Overview
Intermediate: 241 AC Fundamentals
Intermediate: 251 Electrical Instruments
Intermediate: 261 Electrical Print Reading
Intermediate: 271 DC Power Sources
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