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LEARNING OUTCOME NO.

1 Set Batter Boards


CONTENTS:
1. Batter boards
2. Tolerance for dimension
3. Company rules and regulation
4. housekeeping
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:
1. Batter boards are set away from the building line excavation.
2. Batterboards are properly secured with tolerances for dimensions at
5 mm, and levelness of 3 mm.
3. Unexpected situations are responded to in line with company rules
and regulations.
4. Housekeeping is performed according to safety regulations.
CONDITIONS:
The following resources are needed:
TOOLS:
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o
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o
o
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Claw hammer
Pencil/ marking pen
Pull-push rule
Engineers rule (50meters)
Water hose level
Nylon string
Plum bob
Steel square
Try-square
Cross cut Saw
Sledge hammer
Bolo

EQUIPMENT:
o Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
MATERIALS:
o Plan and working drawing
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o Rough lumber
o Assorted nails
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METHODOLOGIES:
1. Modular (self-paced learning)
2. Demonstration
LEARNING EXPERIENCES/ACTIVITIES
LEARNING OUTCOME 2

SET BATTER BOARDS


Learning Activities

Special Instructions

1. Types of batter boards


a. Read Information Sheet 1.2-1 on
types of batter boards
1.

You are required to get all the answers

Answer Self Check 1.2-1 on types of

correct. If not, read the Information

batter boards.

Sheet again to answer all questions


correctly.

Compare answers with the Answer Key


1.2-1
2. Read Information Sheet 1.2-2 on
securing batter boards with tolerance
for dimension
2. Answer Self-Check 1.2-2 on securing
batter boards with tolerance for
dimension
Compare answers with the Answer

You are required to get all the answers


correct. If not, read the Information
Sheet again to answer all questions
correctly.

Key 1.2-2
2. Perform Task sheet 1.2-2 on securing
batter boards with tolerance for
dimension

Your performance will be evaluated


through the Performance Criteria
Checklist 1.1-2

3. Read Information Sheet 1.2-3 on


Company rules and regulation
3. Answer Self-Check 1.2-3 on Company
rules and regulation
Compare answers with the Answer

You are required to get all the answers

Key 1.2-3

correctly
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correct. If not, read the Information


Sheet again to answer all questions
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Learning Activities

Special Instructions

4. Read Information Sheet 1.2-4 on


Company rules and regulation
4. Answer Self-Check 1.2-4 on Company
rules and regulation
Compare answers with the Answer

You are required to get all the answers

Key 1.2-4

correctly.

correct. If not, read the Information


Sheet again to answer all questions
After completing all the activities of this
LO, you are ready to proceed to the next
LO on Prepare/Make PCB modules.

INFORMATION SHEET 1.2-1


Types of batter boards
Learning Objectives:
After reading this Information Sheet, You must be able to:
1. Know the different types of batter boards.
2. Identify types of batter boards
Before indulging in any job practices, it is necessary for us to know first its
fundamental knowledge:

BATTER BOARDS
-are the horizontal boards ace at the corner and at the sides of the
projected building when final layout takes place. The reference for
foundation is marked on this boards.
2. Two types of Batter Boards:
Batter boards for foundation posts may be either joined by continuous
pieces surrounding the site of foundation or by individual piece for its
foundation.
a.

Continuous batter board

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b.

Corner batter board

2. Kinds of batter boards for the foundation walls are either single or
double batter boards which are placed at corner.
a. Singe batter board

b. Double batter board

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The standard height of batter board is 40 cm, but there are instances
that the height is compromise and will be set in another height based on the
ground and the tallest foundation.

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SELF CHECK 1.2-1


I.

Multiple choice test

1. It is a type of batter board that is joined by continuous pieces


surrounding the site of foundation.
a. Double batter board
b. Corner batter board

c. continuous batter board


d. single batter board

2. In setting the height of the batter board, it is advice to use the


standard height. What is the standard height of a batter board?
a. 40mm
b. 40cm

c. 4m
d. the tallest foundation is set as the height.

3. A type of batter board that has double boards.


a. Double batter board
b. Corner batter board

c. continuous batter board


d. single batter board

4. Part of stake out building line where you marked the reference for
foundation.
a. batter board
c. corner stakes
b. better board
d. stakes

II.

Answer briefly:

1. What do you call the horizontal boards placed at the corners and at
the sides of the projected building when final layout takes place?
2. What should be the standard height of a batter board?
3.4.

What are the two types of batter boards?

5. In construction with different heights of foundation posts, what is the


height of the batter board?

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Self check 1.2-1 answer key


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2.
3.
4.

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A
A

II
1. Batter board
2. 40cm
3. Corner batter boards
4. Continuous batter boards
5. Tallest foundation

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INFORMATION SHEET 1.2-2

Securing batter boards with tolerances for dimension


Learning Objectives:
After reading this Information Sheet, you must be able to:
1. Perform lay outing batter boards
2. Perform how to set batter boards
3. Observe the allowable tolerance for dimension and levelness of the
batter board.
To begin with, tolerance is the allowable deviation from a standard;
especially: the range of variation permitted in maintaining a specified
dimension.
A Batter boards is properly secured with tolerances for dimensions at
5 mm, levelness of 3 mm, and plumbness of 3.
If there is a need to regulate the output voltage of a circuit, a regulator
circuit is added.

Block diagram of an AC-DC power supply circuit


STAGES OF A POWER SUPPLY
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A.) Transformer Stage


In order to reduce the 220 volts/60Hz power supply at our home,
there is a need for a step-down transformer. Most electronic circuits require
a low-voltage power supply in Direct Current (DC) form. The primary and secondary voltage, current and power rating is an important thing to consider.
B.) Rectifier Stage
A rectifier circuit has two types: the Half-wave rectifier and the Fullwave Rectifier. Under the Full-wave rectifier, there are two types: the Centertapped and the bridge type rectifier.In this stage, the circuit converts AC voltage to pulsating DC voltage. Diode is the perfect device used as rectifier because of its capability to conduct current in only one direction.

Types of Rectifier Circuit:

1.) Half-wave Rectifier Circuit


- one rectifier diode and one resistor are needed to conduct one
alteration in every cycle of small AC input.

2.) Full-wave Rectifier Circuit


- the full wave rectifier is the most commonly used type in DC
power supplies. A full-wave rectifier allows birectional current to
to the load during one cycle.

2. a) Full-wave Center-Tapped Rectifier Circuit


- this type of circuit requires a center-tapped transformer, two rectifier diode, and a load resistor (R1).
Each of the diode supplies 1/2 the DC load current.
2. b.) Full-wave Bridge Type Rectifier Circuit
- this is the commonly used rectifier in DC power supply
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and it uses four diodes.


- the characteristics of a Full-wave bridge type power
supply are: expensive, needs a lower value of capacitor,
and needs 4 rectifier diodes.
C. Filter Stage
This stage of the power supply smoothen the pulsating DC output
voltage of the rectifier circuit by reducing the amount of ripple voltage.
It also provides the charge voltage for the load while the rectifier diode
is not conducting.
Ripple Voltage An AC component present in the DC output voltage
of rectifier circuit.

D. Regulator Stage
The regulator stage is a circuit that maintains a constant voltage
for variations in the input linear voltage or in the load or to keep up
with the varying need for power. This is because the output voltage
suffers when the maximum power load is connected to the power
supply.

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SELF-CHECK 1.1-2
Directions Answer the following questions and write your answers on a
separate sheet of paper.

1. How many stages does a basic power supply have?


2. What component do we need to use in a simple basic filtering stage?
3. What stage of the power supply reduces the high AC input voltage to
a lower AC output voltage?
4. How many types of rectifier circuits does a basic power circuit supply
has? Name each.
5. Why is the bridge type rectifier the most expensive rectifier circuit?

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ANSWER KEY 1.1-2

1. It has 3 stages.
2. Capacitor
3. Transformer stage
4. 2 types. Full-wave Center Tapped , Full wave Bridge type
5. it has 4 diodes

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INFORMATION SHEET 1.1-3


Safety Precautions/Requirements
Learning Objective:
After reading this Information sheet, you must be able to:

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1. Determine safety precautions/requirements in assembling


a circuit.
2. Apply safety precautions/requirements inside the
working area.

In every field of work, there are safety precautions and practices to be


followed to prevent accidents. Sometimes before an accident occurs, a
warning is given so the individual concerned can prepare for the undesirable
eventualities.
In areas where trainees are acquiring basic technical skills, safety begins the
moment they enter the work area or even before reaching the work area.
Identifying health hazards and occupational risk is indispensable. In
workshop areas where trainees stay to acquire skills, there are certain
points to consider.

1. Electrical hazards are fatal like electric shocks from open wire and
grounded electrical appliance.

2. Hazards can be caused by improper use and maintenance of electronic


hand tools:
a. Cutting tools may inflict injuries and cut through the flesh or
the skin of the human body.

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b. Driving tools and boring tools can break human flesh of


fracture bones.

c. Soldering tools can cause extreme heat and can burn the skin.

SAFETY REQUIREMENTS/PRECAUTIONS:
For your protection, observe the following:
1. Follow all cautions, warnings and instructions.
2. All passage must be free from any obstruction that will
hamper the movement of persons in the area.
3. All tools and equipment must be checked to be in
an A1 condition.

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4. The shop is a place of work so no one can engage in


play while at work.
5. Keep all hand tools inside the tool cabinet, tool box or
on the table and not inside your pocket as it might hurt
you or hurt other people.
6. Keep the working area always clean and orderly.
7. Always use protective equipment like safety goggles if
needed while performing a task or job.
8. Some test must be connected with power supply applied.
Be extremely cautious when performing these tests.
9. Keep flammable materials and substances away from
your working area by keeping them in a safe place intended
for them.
10. Be physically and mentally fit when working with electrical
or electronic circuits.

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SELF-CHECK 1.1-3

Directions: Modified True or False. Write true if the statement is correct.


If it is not true, write the word/words that make the statement
false.

1. All passages must be free of any obstruction that will hamper


the movement of persons in the area.
2. The shop is a place of work so one can engage in play while
at work.
3. Always use protective equipment like slippers if needed while
performing a task/job.
4. Keep flammable materials and substances in your working
area near your soldering iron.
5. All tools and equipment must be in an A1 condition.

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ANSWER KEY 1.1-3


1. True
2. False. No one
3. True
4. False.

Away

5. True

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Task Sheet 1.1-3

Title: Preparing the working area

Performance Objective: Given the resources needed, perform operation


by arranging and preparing the working area,
materials and electronic equipments considering
occupational health and safety practices.
Supplies/Materials: electronic components, power supply materials

Equipments/Tools: chairs, working tables, electronic components,


Other facilities
Procedures:

1. Arrange electronic components based on safety


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considerations.
2. Arrange materials together in the cabinet
as to facilitate the measures regarding occupational
health and safety practices.
3. Clean and dust the tables and chairs.
4. Arrange working tables, chairs and other related
facilities in line with the standard occupational
health and safety practices.
5. Prepare an occupational health and safety practices
report according to the result of the operations made

Performance Criteria Checklist 1.1-3

Preparing the Working Area

CRITERIA

YES

NO

1. Can perform occupational health and safety


practices with respect to the movement
inside the working area?

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2. Can perform occupational health and safety


practices in the arrangement of the basic
electronic materials?
3. Can perform occupational health and safety
practices in the arrangement/placement of
electronic components?
4. Can manifest danger in the arrangement of
facilities in the working area?
5. Can suggest a laboratory set-up based on
the standard occupational health and
safety practices?

Job Sheet 1.1-3

Title: Preparing/Arranging Tools and Equipments

Performance Objective: Given the resources needed, perform operation


by arranging and preparing the working area,
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electronic hand tools and equipment considering


occupational health and safety practices.
Equipments/Tools: electronic hand tools, equipments
Procedures:

1.

Arrange the driving tools and splicing tools based on


safety considerations.

2.

Arrange soldering tools together in the cabinet


as to facilitate the measures regarding tools for
occupational health and safety practices.

3. Arrange boring tools in the tool cabinet with


occupational health and safety considerations.
4.

Arrange the multitester (VOM) and other related


equipments in line with the standard occupational
health and safety practices.

5. Prepare an occupational health and safety practices


report according to the result of the operations made.

Performance Criteria Checklist 1.1-3

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Preparing /Arranging Tools and Equipments

CRITERIA

YES

NO

1. Can perform occupational health and safety


practices with respect to the movement
inside the working area?
2. Can perform occupational health and safety
practices in the arrangement of the basic
hand tools and equipment?
3. Can perform occupational health and safety
practices in the arrangement/placement of
electronic equipments?
4. Can manifest danger in the arrangement of
tools and equipments in the working area?
5. Can suggest a laboratory set-up based on
the standard occupational health and
safety practices?

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