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Old February 9th, 2018, 11:52 AM   #7
James Mcquade
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James Mcquade is offline
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Tennessee
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I have had several tests.

#1 watch the system working correctly, leave the room, come back and figure out what they did.
#2 walk into a room and use schematics to figure out what is wrong, 120 volts and 480 volts.
#3 classroom training, then go figure out what was wrong on the controls and the unit for a 161kv xray system.

#1 is when a machine breaks down, who do you ask what's wrong?
#2 is when you build a control panel and are testing it out.
#3 is the same as #1, only the controls are 24 volt or 48 volts and the machine is 161kv not 480, much more involved with are flash and hazards.

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