Electrician's Troubleshooting and Testing Pocket Guide
Invaluable Resource for Electricians
Using Portable Meters and Multimeters to Test, Maintain and
Troubleshoot Electrical Equipments
H. Brooke Stauffer
Electrical measuring and
testing procedures are crucial in the installation and maintenance
of electrical systems of all types in commercial and facilities.
This updated edition of
The Electricians Troubleshooting Pocket Guide is an invaluable
resource for electricians using portable meters to test, maintain,
and troubleshoot all types of electrical equipment and systems.
Table of Contents:
Miscellaneous Testing Instruments.
Basics of Troubleshooting.
Troubleshooting Dry-Type Transformers.
Troubleshooting Fluorescent Lamps and Fixtures.
Troubleshooting Incandescent Lamps and Fixtures.
Troubleshooting Electric Motors.
Troubleshooting Motor Bearings.
Troubleshooting Contractors and Relays.
Troubleshooting Power Quality Problems.
John E. Traister (deceased) was
involved in the electrical construction industry for more than 35
years. He wrote numerous McGraw-Hill books for electrical
professionals, including Security/Fire Alarm System Design,
Installation and Maintenance, Second Edition; McGraw-Hills
Illustrated Index to the 1996 National Electrical Code; The
Electricians Troubleshooting Pocket Guide; Industrial Electrical
Wiring; and Handbook of Electrical Design Details.
336 Pages - 4 x 6-1/2 in.
Paperback, 336 pages
Electricians Troubleshooting & Testing Pocket Guide