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Published on January 26, 2016

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1. 101BasicSeries Learning Module 1: Series Introduction

2. Series Introduction Page 2 Welcome Welcome to Eaton’s 101 Basics Series! You are embarking on an exciting learning experience that will greatly improve your understanding of the products involved in distributing, controlling and using electricity. The 101 Basics Series is a self-directed learning program composed of 29 mod- ules. Each module focuses on a specific product group. You select which modules to complete and set your own pace for learning. Purpose and Objectives The 101 Basics Series is designed to establish a fundamental understanding of the products manufactured by Eaton, and will prepare you for subsequent class- room and distance learning courses. Often, specific modules in the 101 Basics Series are required as prerequisites for Eaton’s intermediate and advanced elec- trical training courses. The modules contain the following information: • Introduction and definition of the product category and how it works. • Discussion of common terminology, formulas and symbols. • Theory, concepts, codes and regulations important to the product category. • “In the Workplace” scenarios that introduce you to real world applications. • “Helping the Customer” sections that help you determine proper application and solutions. Who Should Participate The Eaton’s 101 Basics Series is beneficial for everyone: • The Beginner looking for an introduction to the industry and its products. • The Intermediate or Advanced learner who is extending into less familiar product or market areas. • The Experienced professional seeking specific information or refresher courses. If your focus is on residential, construction, or the industrial/OEM segment, you will find the product modules dedicated to your market. Refer to the “101 Basics Series Planning Chart” on page 3 for suggested modules that are targeted to your market focus. Self-Directed Learning Self-directed learning is different than regular classroom instruction. It takes more self discipline, dedication, and planning to stay on track. Here are a few simple steps to help make the most of your experience: • Decide which modules you are going to complete. Using the “101 Basics Series Planning Chart” on page 3, take a moment now to select the modules you will complete – assign an order. • Set completion goals by planning your target start and completion dates. • Pick a time and place to read. You may need to set aside 3 to 6 hours per module. • Study with a group or a partner. Put up a poster that outlines each of your plans, and check off the modules as they are completed. Hold discussion sessions when everyone completes a specific module. Quiz each other on the review questions. • Teach someone else what you’ve learned. You retain information longer when you teach it. This forces you to more fully understand and internalize the information. It will also make you aware of areas you may want to review.

3. Series Introduction Page 3 101 Basics Series Planning Chart Module Number Module Name Basics Residential Construction Industrial/OEM My Study Plan 1 Series Introduction X X X X 2 Fundamentals of Electricity X X X X 3 Fundamentals of Electrical Distribution X X X X 4 Transformers X X X 5 Fundamentals of Circuit Breakers X X X X 6 Medium Voltage Power Circuit Breakers X X 7 Low Voltage Power Circuit Breakers X X 8 Molded Case Circuit Breakers X X X 9 Miniature Circuit Breakers and Supplementary Protectors X X X 10 Loadcenters X X 11 Metering X X 12 Safety Switches X X X 13 Panelboards and Switchboards X X X 14 Busway X X X 15 Power Management X X 16 Fundamentals of Motors and Motor Control X X X 17 Pushbuttons and Stacklights X 18 Terminal Blocks, Relays & Timers X 19 Starters and Contactors X X 20 Adjustable Frequency Drives X X 21 Reduced Voltage Starters X X 22 Packaged Control: MCCs & Enclosed Control X X 23 Sensors: Limit Switches, Proximity & Photoelectric X 24 Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) X 25 Electronic Operator Interface X 26 DeviceNet X 27 Medium Voltage Switchgear Assembly X X 28 Surge Protection X X X 29 Transfer Switch Equipment X X X

4. Series Introduction Page 4 Using the Modules The material in each module is presented in manageable sections followed by a series of questions. Do your best to answer the questions without referencing the material. Compare your answers to the answers at the end of each module. You are encouraged to go back and review as required. The modules are designed to encourage understanding, not just memorization. You will notice that many of the questions are not word for word duplicates of the text material to encourage you to think about the question and not just react them. Mastery Tests Eaton employees take the mastery tests online at Eaton University. Eaton channel partners and customers may take the 101 Basic Series tests that are on www.eatonelectrical.com/learning or E-mail a request for a mastery test from EETraining@eaton.com: • After completing the test(s), e-mail to EETraining@eaton.com, or fax to (440) 516-6628 for grading. • Tests are graded on a first come first serve basis. If you provide an e-mail address, your test results will be e-mailed to you within 10 days; otherwise, you will receive your test results by mail. • If you have any questions about your test, contact the Product Training Team at (440) 516-6631 or EETraining@eaton.com. To receive credit for any of the 101 Basic Series Modules, you will need to com- plete the mastery test for the module. Your final score on the mastery test is proof of your completion of the module(s) as prerequisites for intermediate and advanced electrical training courses. Get Started We are confident that after the completing the various modules, you will greatly improve your understanding of the products involved in distributing, controlling and using electricity. We wish you much success in your learning experience!

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