Course Content

Module 1: Course Module 1

03:50
1.1 Display Connectors: DVI-D, DVI-I, DVI-A & Display Ports
05:08
1.2 Display Connectors: RCA, Mini Din 6 & VGA
05:48
1.3 Display Connectors: BNC, HDMI & RJ45
05:56
1.4 Device Connectors: SATA & PATA
04:58
1.5 Device Connectors: Floppy & USB
02:04
1.6 Device Connectors: RJ45 & RJ11
04:20
1.7 Device Connections: Firewire, SCSI & PS/2
04:00
1.8 Device Connectors: Parallel (LPT), Serial & Audio
09:49
1.9 Input Devices: Keyboard, Mouse & Touch Screen

Module 2: Course Module 2

07:53
2.1 Input Devices: Scanners, Barcode Reader, KVM
05:13
2.2 Input Devices: Microphones & Biometric Readers
05:53
2.3 Input Devices: Game Pads, Joysticks & Digitizers
08:08
2.4 Multimedia Devices: Digital Cameras, Webcam & MIDI Enabled Devices
04:54
2.5 Output Devices: Printers & Speakers
05:57
2.6 Display Devices: Screens & Projectors
07:06
2.7 Twisted Pair - Common Cabling
06:13
2.8 Fiber Cables - Backbones

Module 3: Course Module 3

04:16
3.1 Coaxial Cables
03:54
3.2 Network Cables - Fire Safety PVS vs Plenum
03:33
3.3 Fiber Cables - Single Mode vs Multi-mode
03:11
3.4 Twisted Pair Cables - STP vs UTP
01:34
3.5 Twisted Pair Cables - RJ11 vs RJ45
03:40
3.6 Twisted Pair Cables - RJ45 Color Patterns, UTP & Max Length
06:43
3.7 Twisted Pair Cables - RJ45 Categories & Network Types for Wired Ethernet
07:23
3.8 Twisted Pair Cables - RJ45 Straight, Crossover & T2 Crossover
04:48
3.9 Coaxial Cables

Module 4: Skill Certification Test

00:00
4.1 Peripheral Devices and Connectors

Course Description

What is a peripheral device? A peripheral device or auxiliary device, is generally defined as any device that connects to and works with the computer in some way. Why do I need this certification? For those just starting their career in IT, a knowledge of peripheral devices is a great place to start, as you?ve most likely had experience with these devices as an end-user. What will I learn? A working knowledge of the most common devices and connectors How to install and configure a wide range of devices Get Your Peripheral Devices and Connectors Certification Today: For those just starting their career in IT, a knowledge of peripheral devices is a great place to start. Chances are, you?ve had experience with many of these devices already from an end-user perspective, so learning how to work with and troubleshoot those devices is a natural progression. A peripheral device or auxiliary device, is generally defined as any device that connects to and works with the computer in some way. Some examples of peripherals are keyboards, scanners, microphones, speakers, webcams, or USB drives. These devices are typically organized into 3 categories: input, output and storage. The Peripheral Devices and Connectors Micro Certification Course prepares you with a working knowledge of the most common devices and connectors you encounter on a daily basis. In conjunctions with the Comptia A+ course, you will also learn how to install and configure a wide range of devices.

Instructed By

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Anthony Harris
Instructor

Provided By

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Course Components

On Demand Videos to learn from industry leaders
Assessments to gauge understanding and comprehension

Certificate of Completion

Certificate Of Completion

Complete this entire course to earn a Peripheral Devices and Connectors Certificate of Completion