irrigation 101: electrical basics and irrigation timers
Understand a sprinkler system's electrical components and gain real world troubleshooting and repair skills.
Section 1: Electrical Basics
You'll receive a fundamental knowledge of Electrical basic concepts and low voltage systems.
Lecture 1: Electrical Fundamentals
Lecture 2: Volts & Amps
Lecture 3: Resistance & Ohm's Law
Lecture 4: Low Voltage Systems
Lecture 5: Conclusion to Section 1
Quiz for Section 1
Section 2: Sprinkler System Electrical Components
Learn about the role of each component in a sprinkler system's electrical circuits.
Lecture 6: Timers, Clocks, or Controllers
Lecture 7: Electric Solenoid Valve
Lecture 8: Sprinkler System Wiring
Lecture 9: Rain & Weather Sensors
Lecture 10: Flow Sensors
Lecture 11: Conclusion To Section 2
Quiz for Section 2
Section 3: Practical Electrical Skills
Use a multimeter to measure volts, amps, & ohms in series or parallel, and learn to properly splice wires.
Lecture 12: Using A Multimeter
Lecture 13: Parallel vs. Series Measurements
Lecture 14: Measuring Voltage
Lecture 15: Measuring Resistance
Lecture 16: Measuring Amperage
Lecture 17: Splicing Wires
Lecture 18: Conclusion To Section 3
Quiz for Section 3
Section 4: Irrigation Timers
We'll have a comprehensive discussion about all kinds of timers and how to program them.
Lecture 19: 24 Volt AC Timers
Lecture 20: Analog AC Timers
Lecture 21: Digital AC Timers
Lecture 22: 4 Factors Of Timer Programming
Lecture 23: Feature: Manual Operation
Lecture 24: Feature: Global Adjust
Lecture 25: Feature: Rain Delay
Lecture 26: Feature: Modular Model
Lecture 27: Feature: Outdoor Model
Lecture 28: Feature: Computer Control
Lecture 29: Feature: Remote Control
Lecture 30: DC Battery Operated Timers
Lecture 31: Common Timer Problems And Mistakes
Lecture 32: Using A Wire Doubler
Lecture 33: Conclusion To Section 4
Quiz For Section 4
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This course is for the beginner or entry level technician. We cover the fundamental concepts of volts, amps, & ohms and how to measure these at the irrigation timer. You'll learn a 4 step process to program any timer, clock, or controller, whether AC or DC. Then we'll get specific about timers, covering all the features you need to program, troubleshoot, or maximize a system's efficiency. As always, I've given you several real-world skills that you can put into practice today; selecting and programming the right timer, properly splicing irrigation wiring, using a multi-meter to troubleshoot an irrigation timer, and how to use a wire doubler.