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Electrical Troubleshooting for
Irrigation Systems
Online Class

Course Costs: $195.00

This course is approved for 8 Hours Continued Education for TCEQ Landscape Irrigation Program

Course Code: 0553

This course is designed for expanding the knowledge of those
who work with
Landscape Irrigation Systems.

This is a basic electrical troubleshooting course. This course was developed by Texas AgriLIFE
Extension Service through the Biological & Agricultural Engineering Department. This course
covers the basic science of electricity and how to safely wire and troubleshoot an electrical
system supplying an irrigation system. Students will be introduced to the physical laws describing
how electricity and electrical circuits “work” and learn to use these physical laws to troubleshoot
electrical system problems. Students will learn how to select the proper size of wire for a circuit
and the proper insulation for the environment according to the National Electric Code
requirements. Other topics include electrical safety of installers and users, human response
to electricity, personal protective equipment requirements, use of protective devices, and OSHA
requirements.

*NOTE* Students may only complete this course once per license period!

Frequently Asked Questions


To Start Course and Register, Click Here

"Electrical Systems & Troubleshooting Handbook", Click Here


Course Outline

Module 1 Electricity Basics

Module 2 Circuits

Module 3 Troubleshooting Equipment and Systems

Module 4 Electrical Safety

Module 5 Electricity Test


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Information collected from students who register for any of our online courses is used internally and is not disseminated or sold to any outside organizations. Infomation collected is used for reporting purposes to the State of Texas and to determine the levels of interest in our program.

Questions and/or assistance please call the customer support center. It is available 24/7, 365 days a year, for any questions or assistance. The phone number is 1-800-732-4135.


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