VEE 224 Video System and Products Servicing

Course Description: This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and experience in the principles of operating, diagramming, circuit tracing, mechanical assembly and disassembly, maintenance and troubleshooting procedure of television, VCR, CD, DVD and other related electronic products.

  • This Course also meets PLO #(s) ) 1,2,3 and 4 of Electronics technology and Telecommunication technology program.
  • Prerequisite Courses: VEE 135
  • A. PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLOs):
    The student will be able to:

    1. Practice safety and occupational health procedures in the workplace.
    2. Use electronics tools and test equipment competently.
    3. Interpret schematic diagrams and waveforms.
    4. Build electronics project to a given specification.
    5. Perform troubleshooting techniques to maintain, diagnose, and repair electronic equipment

      B. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES (SLOs) - GENERAL:
      The student will be able to:

      1. Repair television (TV) and computer monitor system
      2. Repair video cassette recorders (VCR)
      3. Repair compact disk (CD) players
      4. Repair digital video disc (DVD) player


      SLO

      PLO1

      PLO2

      PLO3

      PLO4

      PLO5

      1

      I

      D

      D

      D

      M

      2

      I

      D

      D

      D

      M

      3

      I

      D

      D

      D

      M

      4

      I

      D

      D

      D

      M

      I = Introduced
      D = Demonstrated
      M = Mastered

      C. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES (SLOs)-SPECIFIC:
      The student will be able to:

      General SLO 1. Repair television (TV) and monitor system.


      Student Learning Outcomes

      Assessment Strategies

      1.1 Identify and describe the principles of operation of a television and computer monitor system

      Competence will be demonstrated through quizzes, written test and practical exam.

      1.2 Identify the stages and circuits of a TV / Computer monitor system

      1.3 Trace the block and schematic diagram of a TV System / Computer Monitor circuits.

      1.4 Check and measure voltage and waveform on a TV System / Computer Monitor circuits. test points

      1.5 Perform troubleshooting procedure on television and computer monitor system

      General SLO 2. Repair video cassette recorder (VCR).


      Student Learning Outcomes

      Assessment Strategies

      2.1 Identify and describe the principles of operation of a video cassette recorder

      Competence will be demonstrated through quizzes, written test and practical exam.

      2.2 Identify the stages and circuits of a Video cassette recorder.

      2.3 Trace the block and schematic diagram of a VCR system

      2.4 Check and measure voltage and waveform on each test point of a VCR system

      2.5 Perform troubleshooting procedure on a VCR system

       

      General SLO 3. Repair compact disc (CD) player.


      Student Learning Outcomes

      Assessment Strategies

      3.1 Identify and describe the principles of operation of CD player

      Competence will be demonstrated through quizzes, written test and practical exam.

      3.2 Identify the stages and circuits of CD player

      3.3 Trace the block and schematic diagram of CD player

      3.4 Check and measure the voltages and waveform on each test point of a CD system

      3.5 Perform troubleshooting procedure on a CD system

      General SLO 4. Repair digital video disc player (DVD).


      Student Learning Outcomes

      Assessment Strategies

      4.1 Identify and describe the principles of operation of DVD player

      Competence will be demonstrated through quizzes, written test and practical exam.

      4.2 Identify the stages and circuits of DVD player

      4.3 Trace the block and schematic diagram of DVD player

      4.4 Check and measure the voltages and waveform on each test point of a DVD system

      4.5 Perform troubleshooting procedure on a DVD system

      D. COURSE CONTENTS

      1. Television (TV) System /Computer Monitor
      2. Video Cassette Recorder (VCR)
      3. Compact Disc (CD)
      4. Digital Video Disc
      5. E.METHODS OF INSTRUCTION

        1. Computer Aided Instruction
        2. Practical/Experimentation
        3. Lecture/Demonstration

        F. REQURIED TEXT(S) AND COURSE MATERIALS Trundle, E. (2001). Servicing TV, Satellite and Video Equipment. Woburn, MA: Reed
        Educational and Professional Publishing (or most recent edition).
        Sams, H.W. (1985). Complete Guide to Modern VCR Troubleshooting and Repair.
        Englewood Cliffs, N.J: Prentice Hall (or most recent edition).
        Davidson, H.L. Troubleshooting and Repairing Consumer electronics without schematics USA: McGraw Hill (or most recent edition).
        Desposito, J & Garabedian K. (1997). Computer Monitor Troubleshooting and Repair. New Delhi, India: Cengage Learning (or most recent edition).
        Toolbox (with required electronics tools and multimeter).

        G. REFERENCE MATERIALS
        Service manuals of TV, VCR, CD and DVD of any brand
        PANADOC instructional CD by Panasonic
        Sony Discman Service Manual D141/D143 by Sony Corporation
        Aiwa VCR Service Manual HV-FX770 by Aiwa Corporation

        H. INSTRUCTIONAL COSTS
        None

        I. EVALUATION
        Student must achieve 70% mastery or a "C" grade to pass this course.

        J. CREDIT BY EXAMINATION
        None

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