This is the complete guide to designing, drawing, and using security wiring diagrams. Clear, expert, hands-on guidance covering everything from drawing basics to understanding and designing electrical security system wiring diagrams is packed in this resource. Written by an author with over two decades in the field, "Locksmithing and Electronic Security Wiring Diagrams" gives you everything you need to: create wiring diagrams; improve your troubleshooting skills; select design components; read and analyze wiring diagrams like a pro. Invaluable to professional locksmiths and security engineers, designers, technicians, teachers, and students, this book is your best shortcut to a complete understanding of electronic security wiring diagrams. It is the perfect tutorial for learning how to understand electronic security wiring diagrams. It provides complete illustrated coverage of drawing basics, including equipment selection and system design. It offers step-by-step wiring system design instruction from an industry expert. It contains everything you need to know about relay controls, junction boxes, and fire panel interfaces. It provides a discussion of power requirements and flow.
It includes valuable questions, tests, and practical exercises to sharpen your skills. The symbols and abbreviations are explained.
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(231mm x 185mm x 19mm)
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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Author Biography - J.L. Schum
JOHN L. SCHUM is the author of Learn About...Electronic Locking Devices and Learn About...Basic Electricity, published by Locksmith Publishing Corporation. He writes technical articles for trade magazines and has given numerous seminars throughout the United States and Canada for various trade groups. He also has been a program speaker at several security industry conventions. John is a certified instructor for the Associated Locksmiths of America and has instructed for Yankee Security Conference since 1983. He has also taught courses on electromechanical hardware for the Door and Hardware Institute since 1985. He is currently head instructor for the DHI Electronic Hardware II course. John has been involved in the design and application of electronic security hardware since 1979. He has served as engineering manager, customer service manager, and technical services manager for several manufacturers. John is currently vice president of sales for DynaLock Corporation and resides in Thomaston, Connecticut.