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Electrical Wiring Reference Ebook

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Dear All,
Can someone please help me with any easy to understand reference ebook or pdf for electrical wiring/schematics/circuits. I want to study electrical circuits in instruments so if you have any references or ideas kindly share it with me.

Appreciate your support and help in advance.
 

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Hi,

this highly depends on your background/knowledge you already have.


For starting EE, I think "Practical Electronics for Inventors" by Scherz & Monk [1] is a good choice.

Personally I prefere "The Art of Electronics" by Horowitz & Hill [2]. It is easy to read, but in my opinion it requires some background knowledge.

"Electronic Devices" by Floyd [3] I can recommend as well (convential current version!).

Have a look here as well [4], to get a short overview and (personal) opinion.


[1] https://www.oreilly.com/library/view/practical-electronics-for/9781259587559/
[2] https://artofelectronics.net/
[3] https://www.pearson.com/en-us/subje...l-current-version/P200000001047/9780137526642
[4]

BR
 

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Hi,

this highly depends on your background/knowledge you already have.


For starting EE, I think "Practical Electronics for Inventors" by Scherz & Monk [1] is a good choice.

Personally I prefere "The Art of Electronics" by Horowitz & Hill [2]. It is easy to read, but in my opinion it requires some background knowledge.

"Electronic Devices" by Floyd [3] I can recommend as well (convential current version!).

Have a look here as well [4], to get a short overview and (personal) opinion.


[1] https://www.oreilly.com/library/view/practical-electronics-for/9781259587559/
[2] https://artofelectronics.net/
[3] https://www.pearson.com/en-us/subje...l-current-version/P200000001047/9780137526642
[4]

BR
Hi,
Thanks for your quick support, any of these options available for free download?
 

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Hi,

not really "free", but if you make a websearch for "Practical Electronics for Inventors", one of the first results leads you to a pdf version of an older edition. The printed version is available for $36, which is quite cheap for an EE textbook.

You can get the mentioned textbooks used for low money as well, especially older editions.

BR
 

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Hi,

not really "free", but if you make a websearch for "Practical Electronics for Inventors", one of the first results leads you to a pdf version of an older edition. The printed version is available for $36, which is quite cheap for an EE textbook.

You can get the mentioned textbooks used for low money as well, especially older editions.

BR
Hi,
I got the pdf version for download, many thanks. Appreciate the suggestion.
 

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