The Complete Book of Electronic Security
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Beschreibung-- Guides the professional from basic drawing exercises to the understanding and design of electrical system wiring diagrams
-- Illustrates how to create wiring designs, increase trouble-shooting skills, select design components, and expertly read and analyze wiring diagrams
-- Includes junction boxes and fire panel interface as well as questions, tests, and generic application
Inhaltsverzeichnis<H3> Chapter 1: Electronic Security: Past and Present<H3> Chapter 2: How Alarm Systems Work<H3> Chapter 3: Fire Safety<H3> Chapter 4: Electricity Basics<H3> Chapter 5: Tools<H3> Chapter 6: Wiring<H3> Chapter 7: Installing and Troubleshooting Alarm Systems<H3> Chapter 8: Security Lighting<H3> Chapter 9: Closed-Circuit Television Systems<H3> Chapter 10: Smart Homes and Home Automation Systems<H3> Chapter 11: Access Control Systems<H3> Chapter 12: Systems Integration<H3> Chapter 13: Vehicle Safety<H3> Chapter 14: Certification and Licensing<H3> Chapter 15: Finding Job Openings and Getting Hired<H3> Chapter 16: Starting and Expanding a Business<H3> Chapter 17: Monitoring Services<H3> Chapter 18: Final Thoughts<H2> Appendix A: Manufacturers<H2> Appendix B: Central Stations and Suppliers<H2> Appendix C: Electronic Schematic Symbols<H2> Appendix D: License Requirements for New York, North Carolina, and Utah
PortraitBill Phillips (Erie, PA) is a licensed locksmith and author of several books on security, including McGraw-Hill's Lockmithing.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: MCGRAW HILL BOOK CO
Erscheinungsdatum: November 2001
Seitenanzahl: 324 Seiten