This book helps technicians to understand electronic repair problems without introducing high-level engineering formulas. The book presents applications-oriented problem-solving techniques along with pictorial representations that replace complicated theory-oriented and equation-intensive learning processes. There are chapters on industrial safety systems, AC/DC theory, reading electronic schematics, semiconductor devices, and power supplies.This book helps technicians to understand electronic repair problems without introducing high-level engineering formulas.

Title | : | Basic Electronic Troubleshooting for Biomedical Technicians |

Author | : | Nicholas Cram, Selby Holder |

Publisher | : | Tstc Pub - 2010-06-01 |

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