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In this online training program, you will learn about preventive maintenance and how to troubleshoot electrical control circuits. Preventive Maintenance and Troubleshooting Control Circuits training program will present preventive maintenance approaches, guidelines, and scheduling. Additionally, ...
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Lessons in this course:
1. Preventive Maintenance (PM)
2. Engineering PM into Control Systems
3. Troubleshooting the Power Source
4. Troubleshooting the Control System
5. Finding a Short Circuit
6. Finding a Faulty Component
7. Troubleshooting a Ladder Circuit
7120 Preventive Maintenance and Troubleshooting Control Circuits In this program, students will learn about preventive maintenance and how to troubleshoot electrical control circuits. This program will present preventive maintenance approaches, guidelines, and scheduling, as well as methods for implementing preventive maintenance in both control circuits and t... more
Preventive Maintenance and Troubleshooting Control Circuits
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For over twenty years we have been providing the best technical industrial training available in the market in the areas of electrical and motor control and programmable controllers. Now we have incorporated our programs into a full Internet-based delivery utilizing a Learning Management System (LMS). Our delivery package in addition to rich multimedia delivery also includes free downloads of our renown handbooks, in-line interactive review questions and comprehensive final exam.
Our programs are designed for plant personnel which include maintenance technicians, electricians, plant engineers, production engineers, mechanical technicians, machine operators, and anyone involved with electrical equipment in the plant.
Because of the nature of our training programs, they also help complement and support the employee's training requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1090.332.