Today's electrical students and electrical technicians alike are looking for a resource that moves beyond traditional offerings to get more than just transformer theory, but also the practical information that can be put to use in everyday situations when in the field. TRANSFORMERS FOR THE ELECTRICIAN is the perfect solution! Written in a conversational style that minimizes technical jargon in favor of laymen's terms, the book presents a solid, comprehensive theoretical background of transformer operation, exploring its most important concepts through real-world examples, practical maintenance procedures, and pertinent National Electrical Code (R) rules. The end result: readers will gain a thorough understanding of the critical information that a successful working electrician needs in order to connect, troubleshoot, and size just about any type of transformer.
Marvin Gerth has been a Master Electrician for 23 years. With experience in manufacturing facilities, he began teaching in the Construction Electrician Program at Anoka Technical College in 2001. Mr. Gerth currently teaches a Transformers and Three Phase Theory course and an Electronics and PLC course to 2nd year students.