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This review is from: Basic Electrical Installation Work: Level 2 City & Guilds 2330 Technical Certificate (Paperback)
Basic Electrical work by Trevor Linsley
Trevor is a well respected writer of text books for students studying in the electrical industry, his latest book is ideal for students on the C&G 2330 level 2 & 3 and taking their NVQ.
The book is laid out in the same pattern as the course and is split into 4 units with each unit being colour coded on the spine for easy reference; at the end of each unit there are written test questions to check that learning has taken place.
The way that the book is written and laid out is very pleasing to the eye and contains excellent pictures and graphics. The book contains useful appendices and a full set of definitions.
The book is written without using too muck technical Jargon and explains each topic and subject extremely well.
I already recommend this book to all of my own students as the number 1 choice for an electrical text book.
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Initial post: 28 May 2010 16:33:11 BDT
Peter J. says:
On the page 286 there is Fig.14.6. My qestion is: why intermediate switch B is not earthed (there is no CPC connected to that though two CPC are connected to switches A and C) ?
In reply to an earlier post on 2 Aug 2010 13:18:35 BDT
Mr. T. P. Johnson says:
Hi Peter, I don't know if you can help me but I am an absolute beginner in this area but hoping to retrain. I see the author of this book has written a similar sounding one (link below). Do you know which is best for the absolutely uninitiated!? Many thanks,
Introduction to Electrical Installation Work, Level 2: City & Guilds 2330 Technical Certificate
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