Neets Module 16 Assignment 1

  1. What system is currently used by all branches of the military to identify test equipment?
    Joint Electronics Type Designation System (JETDS).
  2. Name the two classes of test equipment.
    General-purpose electronic test equipment (GPETE) and special-purpose electronic test equipment (SPETE).
  3. What test equipment is designed to generate, modify, or measure a range of parameters of electronic functions of a specific nature required to test a single system or equipment?
    Special-purpose electronic test equipment.
  4. Name the two basic elements of the SCLSIS program.
    Validation and updating.
  5. What calibration label is used when actual measurement values must be known to use the test equipment?
  6. An instrument that must be calibrated in place requires what type of calibration label?
  7. Responsibility for repair and maintenance of test equipment generally rests with what group of personnel?
    Maintenance personnel.
  8. What Navy office oversees the MEASURE program?
    The Chief of Naval Operations.
  9. What are the two main categories of maintenance?
    Preventive and corrective maintenance.
  10. What type of maintenance involves isolating equipment troubles and replacing defective parts?
    Corrective maintenance.
  11. Which quantity (voltage or current) determines the intensity of an electrical shock?
  12. What tool is used to de-energize capacitors in a circuit that has been disconnected from its power source?
    Shorting probe.
  13. On what range should you set the voltmeter prior to taking a voltage measurement?
  14. When taking a voltage measurement, which lead of the voltmeter should you connect to the circuit first?
  15. Is an ammeter connected in series or in parallel with the circuit under test?
    In series.
  16. What must be done to a circuit before you can use an ohmmeter for testing?
    It must be de-energized.
  17. What is the term used to refer to the losses which can be traced to the dielectric of a capacitor?
    Power losses.
  18. What effect does an increase in capacitance have on a capacitor�s opposition to current flow?
    Opposition to current flow decreases.
  19. When a bridge is used to measure resistance, what is the value of Rx if R1 equals 80 ohms, R2 equals 120 ohms, and R3 equals 280 ohms?
    420 ohms.
  20. When an unknown capacitance is tested with a bridge, what is the value of Cx if R1 equals 70 ohms, R2 equals 150 ohms, and Cs equals 550 microfarads?
    256 microfarads.
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Neets Module 16 Assignment 1