HANDS-ON ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING
This intensive one-day hands-on course covers the troubleshooting and repair of control circuits and components. The novice, as well as the experienced electrician, will learn how to safely and efficiently build, troubleshoot, and repair motor control circuits using the hands-on troubleshooting methods. Attendees will build circuits on realistic training panels that contain a motor starter, relays, terminal strips, push buttons, selector switches, and limit switches. After the circuits are built, the instructor will introduce a realistic fault into the circuit. With the instructor’s help, you will be asked to repair the faulty circuit by using your multimeter and the techniques learned earlier in the day.
This course is hands-on and practical in its approach to troubleshooting. The examples completed in this course are shown to be applicable to practices in any facility. To ensure the quality of this program, this course has limited seating.
NOTE: Students should provide your own multimeter.
- Building Control Circuits
- Troubleshooting Circuits
- Repairing Circuits
- Procedures for Troubleshooting
- Electrical Safety
- Multimeter Basics
- Component Testing
- Troubleshooting Methods
YOU WILL LEARN TO USE YOUR MULTIMETER TO:
- Measure Voltage
- Measure Resistance
- Test Fuses
- Test Coils
- Test Contacts
- Test Contactors
- Test Motor Starters
- Troubleshoot Live Circuits
Attendees should bring a multimeter, preferably the one they use on the job, with them for this hands-on course.
NOTE: Earning CEU Credit
Professionals should consult their association or regulating body prior to registering for this training course to ensure acceptance as part of their professional development. Lewellyn requires advanced notice when CEU’s are necessary to cover any additional cost that may be incurred.