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This program explains in detail the operation of reversing AC motor circuits using drum switches, manual, and magnetic starters. Decelerating circuits are also explained in detail, along with braking techniques using friction brakes, plugging switches and electric braking. Multi-speed motors are ...
Lessons in this course:
1. Reversing 1Ã˜ AC Motors
2. Reversing 3Ã˜ AC Motors
3. Decelerating AC Motors
4. Speed Control of AC Motors
5. Variable Speed Drive
6. Troubleshooting AC Motors
7. Troubleshootingâ€”Motor Does Not Work With Power Applied
8. Troubleshootingâ€”3Ã˜ Motor Draws Current
9. Troubleshootingâ€”1Ã˜ and 3Ã˜ Motors Start and Work But Not Correctly
7472 AC Motor Control and Troubleshooting This program explains in detail the operation of reversing AC motor circuits using drum switches, manual, and magnetic starters. Decelerating circuits are also explained in detail, along with braking techniques using friction brakes, plugging switches and electric braking. Multi-speed motors are ... more
AC Motor Control and Troubleshooting
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