TROUBLESHOOTING CONTROL CIRCUITS & 3 PHASE MOTORS
In this course you will learn the functions of off-delay timers, photo-electric sensors, and alternating relays – all while working with motor starters, selector switches, push buttons, control relays, and timers as well as how to properly troubleshoot three-phase electric motors.
Compared to Hands-on Electrical Troubleshooting I, you can expect to wire, troubleshoot and repair more challenging electrical circuits. You will build electrical circuits that represent common industrial uses such as tank fill control and duplex-pump control and then repair them after the instructor has inserted a realistic fault. The instructor will work with you one-on-one to find and fix the problem. You will also learn and apply, through hands-on exercises, how to properly test, and troubleshoot three-phase motors.
This course is hands-on and gives each attendee the opportunity to work with real electrical components – while building and troubleshooting from ladder diagrams. If you have already attended Hands-On Electrical Troubleshooting I, this course will be a nice compliment to the knowledge you have gained. To ensure the quality of this program, this course has limited seating.
NOTE: Students should provide their own multimeter.
- Time Delay On/Off Relays
- Alternating Relays
- Photoelectric Sensors
- Machine Tool Relays
- Building Control Circuits
- Troubleshooting and Repair Procedures
- Electrical Safety
- Three Phase Motor Testing
YOU WILL LEARN TO USE YOUR MULTIMETER TO:
- Test Timing Relays
- Test Photoelectric Sensors
- Test Alternating Relays
- Repair Control Circuits
- Test Motor Starters
- Troubleshoot Live Circuits
- Test Three Phase Motors
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.