Episode 39 – Using Ohm’s Law In The Field – ELECTRICIAN MATH REAL WORLD EXAMPLES

Doing math, for many people, is one of the things that holds them back from advancing in their career as an electrician.  “I’m just not good at math,” I often hear.  Knowing how to apply Ohm’s Law calculations in the field is crucial for your ability to think critically, on the fly, about what may be happening in a circuit - and electrician math is really not that scary.  Let’s dive in. Read More

Episode 19 – Electrical Power (Wattage and Volt-Amps)

Electrical power is often expressed in two units, Watts and VA.  Wattage and Volt-Amps rather, get misused because many people do not understand the differences in them and when they should be used.  In this episode I break down the differences in the two terms and how they relate to one-another in the electrical industry. Read More