The Trainer #96: Master THIS to Accelerate Your Electrical Diag!
Once mastered, this single technique will do more to elevate your electrical diagnostic ability than any other technique I can think of. And it requires nothing more than a reasonably accurate voltmeter to perform. I hope you enjoy - and learn - from this month's offering.
Let's make it easy!
Hi Pete, I forced the embed preview to re-download the page you're linking to, but if that same page URL previously contained other content previously featured on it, then that info could be cached for a while with places that embed links like this. BTW, if you put the link to the YouTube video in your post, it will embed the video directly for viewing, which may be easier?
I don't enjoy click bait. Can you give a brief description of what the video is really about?
The video is an explanation of voltage drop. I see a brief description from the link thumbnail.
Thanks Kenneth. I don't see any mention of voltage drop in the thumbnail or links. It may be the way my browser displays it, but I don't see mention of it. Anyway, thanks for clarifying, and now I know it is not a video for me. Have a good one.
Fixed it to make it easier for everyone. Not trying to "bait" anybody - not our style. :-)
Hi Pete, Nice job. This is the subject matter that I teach in my basic electrical class, good job presenting. I always start with the basics as you did and try to make it semi entertaining with some visual aids. I have learned that I get the eye rolls mentioning conventional vs electron flow, so now I just tell class we are using conventional flow + to - and do not get into it unless small…
Absolutely! Share wherever you wish - and feel free to do the same with any of the video content we have on our YouTube channel. That's what it's there for.
Great educational video. Something every tech should be using. Thanks Pete.