AC DRIVES - THEORY AND APPLICATION
This 1-day electrical seminar is designed to introduce
the attendee to AC drive systems including theory of AC drive operation and proper motor selection.
The student is introduced to concepts of variable frequency
adjustable speed control and AC motor theory. Typical applications
are discussed along with common pitfalls.This is an excellent seminar for electrical designers, plant engineers, and sales staff involved in specifying AC drives or electric motors to be used in conjunction with AC drives.
AC DRIVES - APPLICATION & MAINTENANCE
3-day hands-on electrical seminar is designed to provide the student with
a thorough working knowledge of the application and maintenance
of variable frequency AC drive systems. The course includes
horsepower and torque theory, an introduction to basic electricity,
and then undertakes a detailed study of the function and testing of
the major AC drive components - the components most likely to fail and require replacement. The course concludes with
each student connecting a 3-phase motor to an AC drive and
hands-on AC drive programming, setup, and operation. This seminar includes everything in the AC Drives - Theory and Application seminar plus additional information for the maintenance technician.
This electronics seminar is designed as a beginning
level electronics course which will provide the student
with an understanding of basic electronic circuitry and
component testing. The course begins with oscilloscope
theory and operation and analog and digital multimeter
operation. Electronic circuits that include resistors,
capacitors, diodes, and transistors are constructed and
This is our most our most basic, introductory level electrical seminar. This seminar is for beginners who want to get acquainted with the basic concepts of electricity and for mechanical maintenance personnel who would like to have a basic understanding of electrical concepts. This seminar is well suited for people who have a need to understand basic electrical terminology for their job and for mechanical maintenance personnel who will benefit from electrical cross-training. It provides a good review for journeyman electricians. This seminar also includes volt meter training and certification necessary to meet current NFPA 70E® standards.
USING DIGITAL MULTIMETERS FOR SAFETY
This is an electrical seminar
is intended to teach the student how to safely check for the absence of voltage in an electrical panel prior to the commencement of work as set forth in the 2009 edition of the NFPA 70E®. This seminar is essential for anyone working within the limited approach boundary* of an exposed electrical circuit - energized or not.
Electrical fundamentals needed for competent use of digital multimeters will be explained during this seminar along with the differences between AC & DC, volts, amps, and ohms. The meaning of these terms will be covered in the most basic and simplest of terms.
Each student will be trained on the safe use of digital multimeters and will be required to demonstrate his or her ability to safely use a multimeter to test an electrical circuit for the absence of voltage.
The student will receive certification upon demonstrating to the instructor, as a final exam, the ability to safely use a digital multimeter to check for the absence of voltage.
SAFETY, ARC FLASH, & SHOCKOSHA evaluates
compliance with its electrical safety regulations, OSHA
1910 Subpart S and OSHA 1926 Subpart K, using the comprehensive
information in NFPA 70E® .
OSHA bases its electrical safety mandates on the NFPA
While OSHA tells you what to avoid electrical dangers,
this seminar, with information provided by the NFPA 70E®,
tells you how.
attendee will receive a certificate of electrical
safety training for permanent record.
THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE©
course designed for those working in the residential,
commercial, or industrial electrical industry. The course
uses Delmar Publishers' current edition of Interpreting
The National Electrical Code as its textbook, which
is organized into 15 units covering each subject addressed
in the Code Book. Each Article of the Code is thoroughly
discussed and reviewed in easy-to-understand language.
After each unit the student is encouraged to complete
a comprehensive practical review worksheet in order to
verify the student's understanding of the material presented
in the unit. A final examination is given to determine
the student's overall comprehension of the NEC based
on the material presented in the course.
LOGIC CONTROLLERS - HARDWARE AND PROGRAMMING This
course provides the student with useful information,
a working knowledge of PLC systems, and self-confidence
in troubleshooting PLC systems that can be immediately
put to work on the job. The course is designed to let
the student “learn-by-doing”. The information
will be presented to the student with a good balance
of lecture and hands-on lab work. During the lab work
the student will assemble and wire a complete PLC controlled
system, consisting of a PLC back plane (rack), CPU, digital
and analog input and output modules, counter modules,
and a motor control circuit.The course includes a study
of analog and digital control, basic input and output
control loops, theory of counter operation, types of
switches and proximity sensors, programming alarm points,
count registers, and count monitoring. A
PLC and a laptop computer are provided for each student
thorough examination of basic AC motor controls and circuits,
relay logic, electrical control drawings, and PLC logic
is also included.
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