COR133: Electrified Architectural Hardware

40 Hours  |  40 CEPs

RECOMMENDED PREREQUISITES: COR117 – Door, Frame, and Architectural Hardware Applications

Electrified hardware items are used on virtually all new building projects. You need to understand how these products are properly used and what their capabilities are if you are going to advance in this industry. This course provides you with the principles of low-voltage electricity through hands-on class exercises. In addition, this course is focused on teaching you how separate electrified architectural hardware components are used to create single-opening systems. Learn how to design low-voltage circuits and to hook up these components through the hands-on labs. You will learn how to:

  • Coordinate voltage and amperage requirements
  • Draw elevation, logic, and point-to-point wiring diagrams
  • Write operational descriptions
  • Troubleshoot circuits