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One of my best customers would like to learn more about electrical systems as they would apply to his plant. It's a company that manufactures small medical items, so the main focus would be the 480/277 distribution system, xfrmrs, the office power, etc.

He already knows the first rule: Call the electrician

Does any one know of an online "basic" class that would fit the bill? This guy's smart as a whip, and College courses would I'm sure move too slowly for him.
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[This message has been edited by Bjarney (edited 04-05-2004).]

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He might try LOS ANGELES TRADE TECHNICAL COLLEGE. If he is close by Los Angeles.
It is a great school.

Edward


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