BASIC MOTOR CONTROLS I
An AC Motor Control Training Seminar


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Topics include:

  • Electrical Safety
  • Electrical Symbols and Line Diagrams
  • Line Diagrams and Control Logic
  • Circuit Breakers and Fuses
  • Introduction to Control Power Transformers
  • Introduction to Conductor Sizing
  • AC Manual Motor Starters
  • Magnetism and Solenoids
  • AC Electro-Mechanical Magnetic Motor Starters
  • Introduction to Motor Overload Protection Relays
  • Select Switch Controls
  • 3-Wire Push-Button Control Circuits
  • Time Delay Relays
  • Control Devices
  • Motor Reversing Circuits

Course: Basic Motor Controls I
Length: 2 Days 
Tuition: $695

Dates & Location:

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Course Description: 

This introduction to basic AC motor controls will provide the student with information that can be immediately be put to work troubleshooting, repairing, and maintaining basic industrial AC motor controls. Electrical drawings and schematics are introduced using real world example drawings for explanation and reference. The electrical components common to AC motor controls are examined along with how they are used in typical control circuits. Emphases is placed on understanding the operation of control devices and circuits in order to to enable the maintenance technician to confidently troubleshoot and make repairs.


Recommended Prerequisite Skills: Competent use of digital multimeters

Recommended Prerequisite Courses: Electrical Fundamentals or Using Multimeters for Safety

Who Should Attend:
Apprentice Electricians, Maintenance Personnel, Apprentice Service Technicians, and Maintenance Supervisors

Equipment Requirements:
Safety glasses and a digital multimeter. Meters are available for use during the seminar but it is recommended that students bring the meter they will using on the job.

Enrollment is limited. Call 281-393-1711 for registration information
and to reserve your space.

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