Appendix D CompTIA HTI+ Exam Objectives

Appendix D CompTIA HTI+ ExamObjectives

CompTIA HTI+ Exam Objectives

Exam One Residential Systems

DOMAIN 1.0: Computer Networking Fundamentals

1.1 Basic network design considerations and information distribution methods through diverse media

1.2 Equipment location considerations when designing a computer network

1.3 Physical devices (hardware) that comprise networking technology

1.4 Core configuration and settings for the networking technology hardware and software

1.5 Standard methods of device connectivity in networking technology

1.6 Shared in-house services of networking technology

1.7 Sources of externally provided data services found in networking technology

1.8 Current industry standards of networking technology

DOMAIN 2.0: Audio and Video Fundamentals

2.1 Design considerations of a connected audio/video system

2.2 Audio and video equipment location considerations

2.3 Physical audio and video products and components

2.4 Standard configuration and settings of audio/video components

2.5 Methods and components involved in device connectivity

2.6 In-house services

2.7 Sources of externally provided audio and video services and their associated technologies

2.8 Current standards and industry related organizations

2.9 Installation plans and procedures for audio/video system components

2.10 Maintenance plans and procedures for audio/video system components

DOMAIN 3.0: Home Security and Surveillance Systems

3.1 Basic home security and fire alarm design considerations

3.2 Equipment location considerations when designing a security or fire alarm system

3.3 Physical devices that comprise the security and surveillance alarm systems

3.4 Core configuration and settings for the home security and surveillance alarm systems

3.5 Standard methods of device connectivity in the home security and surveillance alarm systems

3.6 In-house services available in the home security and surveillance alarm systems

3.7 External services available in the home security and surveillance alarm systems

3.8 Current industry standards relating to the home security and surveillance alarm systems

3.9 Installation plans and procedures for home security and surveillance alarm systems

3.10 Maintenance plans and procedures for home security and surveillance alarm systems

DOMAIN 4.0: Telecommunications Standards

4.1 Telecommunications design considerations of the home network

4.2 Telecommunication equipment location considerations when designing a home network

4.3 Physical telecommunications products of the home network

4.4 Standard configurations and settings of telecommunications components in a home network

4.5 Standard methods of device connectivity of telecommunications equipment in a home network

4.6 In-house services available in telecommunications technology

4.7 External services available in telecommunications technology

4.8 Current industry standards for telecommunications technology

4.9 Installation plans and procedures for home telecommunications systems

4.10 Troubleshooting and maintenance plans and procedures for home telecommunications systems

DOMAIN 5.0: Home Lighting Control and Management

5.1 Design considerations of the networked home lighting control and management systems

5.2 Equipment location considerations of the networked home lighting control and management system

5.3 Physical products of a networked home lighting control and management system

5.4 Standard configurations and settings of a networked home lighting control and management system

5.5 Standard methods of device connectivity with networked home lighting control system

5.6 Current industry standards related to the home lighting control and management

5.7 Installation plans and procedures for home lighting control and management

5.8 Troubleshooting and maintenance procedures for networked home lighting control system

DOMAIN 6.0: HVAC Management

6.1 Design considerations of for a home HVAC system

6.2 Equipment location considerations when designing a home HVAC system

6.3 Physical products and components of for a home HVAC system

6.4 Standard configurations and settings of the products and components of a home HVAC system

6.5 Standard methods of device connectivity with the equipment and components offor a home HVAC system

6.6 Current industry standards related to the installation and maintenance of home HVAC systems

6.7 Installation plans and procedures for home HVAC systems

6.8 Troubleshooting and maintenance plans and procedures for home HVAC systems

DOMAIN 7.0: Home Water Systems Controls and Management

7.1 Design considerations of networked home water system control and management systems

7.2 Equipment location considerations of a home water system control and management system

7.3 Standard configurations and settings for a home water system control and management system

7.4 Standard configurations and settings for a home water system control and management system

7.5 Standard methods of device connectivity for equipment in a home water system control system

7.6 Current industry standards related to the home water system control and management system

7.7 Installation plans and procedures of the home water system control and management system

7.8 Troubleshooting and maintenance plans and procedures for home water system control system

DOMAIN 8.0: Home Access Controls and Management

8.1 Design considerations of the home access control and management systems

8.2 Equipment and component location considerations when designing a home access control system

8.3 Physical products and components of the home access control and management system

8.4 Configurations and settings of the components in a home access control and management system.

8.5 Methods of device connectivity for equipment in a home access control and management system.

8.6 Current industry standards related to a home access control and management system

8.7 Installation plans and procedures for a home access control and management system

8.8 Troubleshooting and maintenance plans and procedures for a home access control system

DOMAIN 9.0: Miscellaneous Automated Home Features

9.1 Fundamental design considerations of connected home system features

9.2 Telecommunication equipment location considerations for connected home system features

9.3 Physical products and components of identified connected home system features

9.4 Standard configurations and settings of components providing connected home system features

9.5 Methods of device connectivity for equipment and components of connected home system features

9.6 Current industry standards related to the identified connected home system featuresVisit www.comtia.org for most current objectives

Exam Two Systems Infrastructure and Integration

DOMAIN 1A: Structured Wiring, Low Voltage

1A.1 Standard structured wiring design considerations

1A.2 Standard structured wiring location considerations

1A.3 Physical structured wiring connection components

1A.4 Core configuration and settings for low voltage structured wiring design

1A.5 Standard methods of device connectivity for low voltage structured wiring design

1A.6 Current industry standards for structured wiring design

1A.7 Standard installation plans and procedures for structured wiring design

1A.8 Maintenance plans and procedures for structured wiring design

DOMAIN 1B: Structured Wiring, High Voltage

1B.1 Design considerations for high voltage structured wiring

1B.2 Audio and video equipment location considerations

1B.3 Physical high voltage structured wiring connection components

1B.4 Core configuration and settings for high voltage structured wiring design

1B.5 Standard methods of device connectivity for high voltage structured wiring design

1B.6 Current high voltage structured wiring standards and industry related organizations

1B.9 Installation plans and procedures for high voltage structured wiring design

1B.10 Maintenance plans and procedures for high voltage structured wiring design

DOMAIN 2.0: Systems Integration

2.1 Standard system integration design considerations

2.2 Equipment location considerations in system integration designs

2.3 Core components found in system integration designs

2.4 Configuration and settings for the components found in system integration designs

2.5 Methods of device connectivity for the components found in system integration designs

2.6 Current industry standards for system integration designs

2.7 Standard installation plans and procedures for structured wiring design

2.8 Maintenance plans and procedures for structured wiring design






HTI+ Home Technology Integrator & CEDIA Installer I All-In-One Exam Guide
HTI+ Home Technology Integrator & CEDIA Installer I All-In-One Exam Guide
ISBN: 72231327
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Year: 2003
Pages: 300
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