Neets Module 4 Assignment 3

  1. Why must cables and wires be identified?
    To provide the technician with a means to trace the wires when troubleshooting and repairing electrical and electronic systems.
  2. Where would you find the wire identification system for a specific piece of equipment?
    In the technical manual for the equipment.
  3. What does the cable number identify?
    Individual cable in a specific circuit.
  4. If a wire passes through a connector what portion of the aircraft wire identification number changes?
    Wire segment letter.
  5. What markings are found on spaghetti sleeving?
    The conductor connections both "to" and "from."
  6. What is the purpose of the green conductor in a power tool or electrical appliance cable?
    To prevent electrical shock to the operator in case there is an electrical short to the frame of the appliance or too.
  7. What type of electrical diagram is used to identify the components of a system?
    A pictorial diagram.
  8. What type of diagram is used to find the location of a component?
    An isometric diagram.
  9. What types of diagrams are the most convenient from which to learn the basic Functions of a circuit?
    Block or single-line diagram.
  10. What type of diagram is the most useful in learning the overall operation of a system?
    A schematic diagram.
  11. What type of diagram is the most detailed?
    Wiring diagram.
  12. Why must a wiring diagram be used in conjunction with a schematic to troubleshoot a system?
    To find the test points.
  13. What type of diagram would be most useful for wiring a relay into a circuit?
    Terminal diagram.
  14. What safety precaution must you observe when soldering or hot-wire stripping fluoroplastic insulated wire?
    Adequate ventilation.
  15. What must be used to test an activated circuit?
    Approved meters or other indicating devices.
  16. How should excess solder be removed from a hot soldering iron?
    By use of a cleaning cloth.
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Neets Module 4 Assignment 3