This hands-on 16 hour training course provides a review of motor control circuits used in industry and facility applications. An emphasis is placed on AC and DC motor control circuits, variable speed and frequency drive techniques, and a variety of soft start configurations. During the two-day course, participants actually build and troubleshoot a number of circuits in lab.
A basic knowledge of electricity is assumed. Troubleshooting Industrial Control Circuits is preferred.
TopicsDemonstration and Lecture includes:+Standard diagram symbols+Terminology+Control circuits-diagrams+AC reversing magnetic starters+Over current protection for control circuits+Reduced voltage control+Two step part winding starter+Auto transformer starter+Electronic soft start+Multiple speed controls+Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) and Variable Speed Drive (VSD)+Motor name plate data+Hands-On Activities include:+3-wire control circuits with pilot light for run+3-wire control circuits with pilot light for stop+3-wire control circuits with a push-to-test pilot light+Jog circuit using a selector switch+Jog circuit using a start button+Jogging using a control relay+3-wire control with multiple start+3-wire control with reversing starter circuit and pilot lights+3-wire control with two speed starter+Primary resistance starter circuit+Wye-delta starter
Maintenance technicians, electricians, facility maintenance employees, electrical maintenance personnel and automation technicians.
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