Course Contents:

Upon completion of this course, the student shall be able to:

  • Recognizing DC Motor Hardware and Operation
  • Recognizing AC Motor Hardware and Operation
  • Selecting a Replacement Motor
  • Recognizing Line Protection and Filtering Device Hardware and Functions
  • Preventing Electrostatic Damage to Drive Components
  • Recognizing DC Drive Hardware and Functions
  • Recognizing AC Drive Hardware and Functions
  • Recognizing AC and DC Motor Braking Methods
  • Testing a Drive Using Electrical Measuring Tools
  • Performing Pre-Power and Power-On Checks
  • Monitoring and Controlling a Drive Using The HIM
  • Selecting a Drive for Basic Applications

Duration: Five days.
 
Who should attend?
Projects engineers, electrical engineers, I&C engineers and Technicians