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Motors & Sensors

  • Ended
  • $1,295.00
  • Fairfield Business Center Drive

Service Description

CALL FOR TRAINING DATES IF NONE ARE CURRENTLY LISTED! +1 513.874.3225 Who will benefit? No prerequisites required, though apprentice-level electrical knowledge is beneficial. Manufacturing and automation industry professionals, maintenance technicians, machine operators, and sales representatives will be empowered with foundational knowledge. Even seasoned personnel will likely experience increased understanding of their core competencies. What is it about? This course covers the fundamentals and principles of industrial electrical systems utilized in motor control applications, with an emphasis on safety. AC Electrical Power, Motors, and Motor Control Technology will be the focus of the class. Theoretical discussions will be reinforced through hands-on exercises. Basic electrical history and principles a foundation. Students will then be given instruction regarding modern motor control theory, the hazards associated with work on live electrical circuits, industry standards, and applying the correct components. Students will configure circuits and test energized components with meters. Length: 2 or 3 Days of Training depending on format Objectives: • Understand the History of Electrics & Basic Electrical Laws • Understand the physics of Electron Transfer, Magnetism, Conductance, & Inductance • Compare AC vs. DC Power & why different energy transfer methods are used • Demonstrate the ability to use a Multimeter to test Voltage, Current, & Resistance • Understand Resistance, Reactance, & Impedance differences • Demonstrate the ability to safely test DC, 110/230/440 single, & 3-phase AC voltages • Understand 3-Phase circuits, Transformers types, Delta, & Wye configurations • Understand Power Distribution, Power Supplies, & Circuit Protection • Gain Familiarity w/ Conductor Sizes & Modern Interconnection Technology OBJECTIVES • Demonstrate the ability to make quality electrical interconnections • Understand the operation of Relays, Contactors, & basic Motor Control Circuits • Demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot common circuit failures • Understand Regulations, Codes & Industry Terminology; IEC, NEMA, IEC, OSHA, NFPA, etc. • Understand NEMA Motor nameplates, Terminology & Definitions • Understand Bonding & Grounding Techniques consistent w/ NEC Article 250 • Familiarity w/ AC Servo Motor Technologies, Control & Feedback Devices • Familiarity w/ Frequency Drives & Vector Control • and more!

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy: Please contact us ASAP if cancellation is required to discuss refund options. Failure to appear for class - no refund.

Contact Details

  • 7042 Fairfield Business Center Drive, Fairfield, OH, USA


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