What you’ll learn in Session 1:
- Improve your troubleshooting skills. •
- Know what meter type to use and what your meter reading means
- Knowledge of troubleshooting new problems, such as harmonics, transients, and overloaded neutrals.
- Common electrical problems will be covered using test circuits, such as improper grounding, voltage flat topping, • poor power factor, and correcting power problems.
- Learn to use Min/Max, Relative, Peak and Hold functions • when troubleshooting.
- Determine type of any 3 phase motor and how to connect it without the nameplate.
Determine how to connect, program, and troubleshoot-
What you’ll learn in Session 2:
- Learn how to test and wire any IEC (imported) Wye/Delta 3-phase motor w/out using the motors wiring diagram and what the expected readings should be before power is applied and how to troubleshoot after power is applied
- Connecting the drives control circuit to different types of sourcing and sinking inputs, to control motor starting, stopping, jogging, and direction of rotation
- Difference between troubleshooting electromechanical and solid state components
- Connect a motor drive to control the speed of a motor using analog inputs (solar panels, potentiometers, etc.)
- Connecting and testing circuits that include a PLC for controlling the circuit
- Testing procedures for testing for phase loss, improper phase sequence, voltage imbalance, & current imbalance
Who should attend:
Electrical Contractors, Project Managers, Technicians, Journeymen Electricians, Instructors
Each student will use at least 10 different meters and attachments during this hands-on class. Attendees are encouraged to attend each session back to back
When Session 1: Thursday, April 16, 2020 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Session 2: Friday, April 17, 2020 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Where IEC Training Center; 8 Long Lane Mechanicsburg, PA 17050
Limited to 20 students working at 10 lab stations
IEC Member Price: $275/session includes lunch
Non IEC Member Price: $350/session
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