1114 - Hydraulic Symbology & Schematic Reading

2 modules


Tim Morris



Making sense of lines, squares, squiggles, and more!  This course will introduce the symbology and composition of Fluid Power schematics.  By categorizing and identifying hydraulic symbols by their basic shapes, you will quickly be able to associate them with the actual components they represent.  The basic construction of a schematic will then be detailed; showing you how to draw the "core" of a schematic and then "add-on" components until a system is accurately represented. Lastly, examples of real-world schematics will be reviewed and their circuits explained.
The course concludes with a Final Quiz.

120 Day Course Access after purchase date. 




By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Hydraulic Certificate

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Basic Hydraulic Schematics
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You need to correct your test to be right. The question it asked is if all ports (A,B,P,T) are connected in the center potion what is it called? The correct answer is open center. It marked me wrong and told me it was float. A float is ( A,B,T ) connected. please correct the test and my score. I have pictures if you need to see them thank. A good teaching tool.
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