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LAB SHEET

Diploma in Electronic Engineering(Control/ Medical


Programme
Electronic/Communication)
Course Code DET 1022 ELECTRICAL WIRING
INSTALL SINGLE PHASE CONDUIT PVC WIRING FOR LAMP CIRCUIT
Title
(ONE WAY SWITCH)
Lab. No. DET1022/JKE/PW02.S01

LEARNING OUTCOME:
PLO 1: Apply technical knowledge and social science / humanities knowledge to well
defined electrical and electronic engineering problems and to the personality
development of an individual, respectively.
PLO 2: Solve well-defined electrical and electronic engineering related problems
systematically by applying critical thinking skill and using appropriate tools and
techniques.
PLO5: Demonstrate practical skill in utilizing modern electrical and electronic
engineering tools and design packages.
PLO10: Demonstrate understanding of professional ethics, responsibilities and norms
of electrical and electronic engineering practices.
CLO 1: Apply the concept and principles of electrical safety and wiring in electrical
wiring according to NIOSH and MS IEC 60364 (C3, PLO1).
CLO 2: Solve problems related to single-phase domestic wiring failure according to MS
IEC 60364 (C3, PLO2).
CLO 3: Conduct single-phase domestic wiring, wiring inspection according to MS IEC
60364 (P4, PLO5)
CLO 4: Demonstrate understanding of engineering norms and practices in electrical
wiring during practical work sessions (A3, PLO10)

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE (SO):

After completion of this practical students will be able to:


1. Design schematic drawing or wiring circuit for lighting circuit used one way switch,
two way switch and intermediate switch.
2. Able to explain the basic concept in wiring installation
3. Practice right domestic wiring installation follow MS IEC 60364 and IEE Regulation

ACTION NAME & DESIGNATION SIGNATURE DATE

Prepared by: Course Lecturer 6/6/2016

Checked & approved Zakiah binti Md Saad


6/6/2016
by: Programme Leader

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THEORY:

Wiring (a process of connecting various accessories for distribution of electrical


energy from suppliers meter board to home appliances such as lamps, fans and other
domestic appliances is known as Electrical Wiring). Electrical wiring composes of electrical
equipment such as cables, switch boards, main switches, and miniature circuit breakers
(MCB) or fuses, residual current devices (RCD), lighting points, power points, lightning
arrestors, etc. One of the methods can be done for electrical wiring is a conduit wiring.
Electrical conduit wiring provides very good protection to enclosed conductors from impact,
moisture, and chemical vapors. Varying numbers, sizes, and types of conductors can be
pulled into a conduit, which simplifies design and construction compared to multiple runs of
cables or the expense of customized composite cable. Wiring systems in buildings may be
subject to frequent alterations. Frequent wiring changes are made simpler and safer through
the use of electrical conduit, as existing conductors can be withdrawn and new conductors
installed, with little disruption along the path of the conduit.

PRE-LAB:

Read this document, especially the Experimental Work section. Search the internet and
grasp as much as possible the material before going to the lab.

1. From the schematic diagram below (Figure A), draw the wiring diagram completely and
calculate the cable length.
2. Define what the POLARITY TEST complete with the aids of diagram.

NOTE:
Bring references, text books, internet materials to the lab.
Students/Group leader has to get your instructor to approve all your PRE-LAB work before
commencing the experiment. Submit the pre-lab work together with the report.

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APPARATUS:

Material Quantity Apparatus Quantity


One way switch 2 unit Wiring Hammer 1
Batten Lamp holder 2 unit Clip Maker 1
PVC box 3 x 3 1 unit Side Cutter 1
Cable PVC/PVC 1.5mm Black needed Test Pen 1
Cable PVC 1.5mm Green needed Measuring Tape 1
Lead Strip needed Combination Player 1
Wiring Nail needed Wire Stripper 1
Bulb 40W/240V 1 Screw Driver Phillips 1
PVC Block (round) 75mm 1 Screw Driver ( - ) 1
Multi meter 1
Insulation tester 1
Socket Tester 1
Test Lamp 1

SAFETY PRECAUTION:

1. Maintain a clean work area at all times.


2. Use suitable personal protection equipment as needed when at the work place.
3. Use safety clothing suitable for the work to be undertaken.
4. Do not wear jewellery or decorative items such as rings, watches, chains, etc.
while carrying out electrical works.
5. Before testing the circuit, ensure that the voltage adjustment and connections is
set correctly.
6. Handle electrical wiring tools, accessories and fittings with caution.
7. Always dry hands completely before touching electrical equipment.

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PROCEDURE:

1. Calculate the cable length from the wiring diagram you have done in Pre Lab Work.
2. Differentiate each cable which is Live (L), Neutral (N) and Earth (E) using different
colour.
3. Label each part of the diagram

FIGURE: A

CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION:

S1 & S2 One Way Switch


L1 & L2 Lamp 1 / 2 & Batten Lamp Holder
Figure A Cable Size 1.5mm2
S1 Control L1
S2 Control L2

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RESULT AND TESTING DESCRIPTION.

Lamp
Switch
L1 L2
S1
S2

Testing
Types of testing Readings Remark
Equipment/Meter
Polarity Test
Continuity Test
Insulation Test
Earthing Test

QUESTION:
1. From the schematic diagram below (Figure A), DRAW the wiring diagram
completely.

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2. State the function of one way switch, draw the symbol & IEE regulations.

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3. State the function of lamp holder, draw the symbol & IEE regulations.

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DISCUSSION:
Discuss your observations from theoretical, pre lab work and practical result.
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CONCLUSION:
Give your conclusion pertaining to the experiment.
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REFERENCE:
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PRACTICAL WORK ASSESSMENT
DET 1022 ELECTRICAL WIRING

SESSION: __________________________________
PROGRAMME: ____________PRACTICAL WORK NUMBER: ______________________
DATE : ____________ LECTURERS NAME: _____________________________
PRACTICAL WORK
GENERIC
ASSESSMENT TOTAL SKILL
NAME GROUP A. PRACTICAL B. LAB
NO. REG. NO. ASSESSMENT
MEMBERS SKILL REPORT (A+B=100%) GSA
ASSESSMENT ASSESSMENT (100%)
(80%) (20%)

1. PRACTICAL WORK ASSESSMENT


A. Practical Skill Assessment B. Lab Report
No Attainment Attainment
(CLO2/3,PLO2/5,LD2/4) Assessment
Student able to identify, choose
1. and use apparatus/equipment Report Format
correctly and
Student able to set and calibrate Organization
2.
apparatus/equipment correctly
Results
Student able to construct circuit
3.
correctly Analysis
Student able to measure
4.
data correctly Question/
Student able to take the reading Discussion
5.
measurement accurately
Conclusion
Student able to follow instruction
6.
and procedure correctly

Student able to complete task


7.
given within time frame

PERCENTAGE
PERCENTAGE (80%)
(20%)

2. GENERIC SKILL ASSESSMENT (GSA)


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PERCENTAGE
No GSA (CLO4, PLO10, LD8) Attainment Total
(100%)
A. Decipline

B. Teamwork

C. Group Discussion

D. Group Commitment

Remark: LD1 Knowledge, LD2 Practical Skill, LD3 Communication Skill, LD4 Critical Thinking and
Problem Solving Skills
LD5 Sosial Skills and Responsibilities, LD6 Continuous Learning and Information Management Skills,
LD7 Management and Entrepreneurial Skills, LD8 Professionalism, Ethics and Moral, LD9 Leadership
and Teamwork Skills

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