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Electrical and Motor Controls Training Program. 20-Course Program 7000---S
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Electrical and Motor Controls Training Program. 20-Course Program 7000---S

Author: TekSo Corporation

Category: Online Engineering Training > Other

The Electrical and Motor Controls (EMC) Series' 20 courses cover the most critical and fundamental skills that everyone in a manufacturing plant, production and maintenance department need to know. Each program covers in detail the subject matter and provides also a downloadable reference handboo...

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Included Modules:
  • 7021 Power Generation and Systems

    7021 Power Generation and Systems This program covers the important topic of three-phase (3Ø) power generation and how it arrives at the manufacturing plant or facility. The program starts with how three-phase power is generate and how power is transmitted from a source, such as a hydroelectric plant, all the way to your facility... more

  • 7022 Power Distribution Inside the Plant

    7022 Power Distribution Inside the Plant This program covers power distribution inside the plant and how this power is properly routed including the use of switchgear and busways. Also presented is how the power is passed on to motor control centers, (MCCs) panel boards, and control panels to control equipment in the plant. Thorough ... more

  • 7051 Static/Manual Control Switches

    7051 Static/Manual Control Switches In this program, students are presented with several lessons dedicated to the understanding of many basic field control devices. The input field devices covered in this program include: Standard switches Push buttons Selector switches Pilot lights Drum switches The operation, ... more

  • 7052 Control Relays and Timer Circuits

    7052 Control Relays and Timer Circuits This program presents students with a course dedicated to the understanding of control relays and timer devices and the important function they play in the control of machinery and equipment. The operation, installation, application, and troubleshooting of these control devices are also presen... more

  • 7071 Instrumentation 1-Position Sensing Control Devices

    7071 Instrumentation 1-Position Sensing Control Devices This program explains the different types of discrete instrumentation sensing devices that are used to sense the position of parts and components and their operation. The sensing devices covered in this program include limit, proximity, and photoelectric switches, which are used in detection ... more

  • 7072 Instrumentation 2-Process Sensing Control Devices

    7072 Instrumentation 2-Process Sensing Control Devices This program will explain the different types of process instrumentation discrete sensing devices. These devices are used to sense application process control information. Covered are the discrete control devices found mostly in process control applications. These devices are pressure, flow, floa... more

  • 7111 Control Circuits 1-Electrical Ladder Diagrams

    7111 Control Circuits 1-Electrical Ladder Diagrams This program presents students a thorough explanation of electrical control circuits and the diagrams that represent these circuits. It also covers in detail ladder diagrams, how to read and reference them, and how to properly document them. In addition to ladder diagrams, the program discusse... more

  • 7112 Control Circuits 2-Complex Interlocking Circuits

    7112 Control Circuits 2-Complex Interlocking Circuits This program discusses electrical control circuits and the addition of memory to a circuit. The program also covers the important topic of interlocking and discusses the different types which include mechanical, push button and auxiliary contact interlocking methods and how they are used in the i... more

  • 7120 Preventive Maintenance and Troubleshooting Control Circuits

    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

  • 7331 Electromagnetic Motor Switches

    7331 Electromagnetic Motor Switches This program presents the operation of contactors and how these devices are used to control motor operations. Also will show the wiring and connection methods used with contactors and motor starters along with their wiring diagrams. Also covered are the important topic of ARC suppression and p... more

  • 7332 Motor Control Protection

    7332 Motor Control Protection In this program, students will learn about protective switches including fuses, circuit breakers, and motor overload heaters, as well as their respective overload contacts. Methods of troubleshooting these components are also covered. Fuse curves are presented to solidify the understanding of ... more

  • 7333 Controlling Motor Operations

    7333 Controlling Motor Operations In this program students will learn how to create safe motor circuits to control the speed and direction of motors. Students will be presented with motor control wiring diagrams and their relationship with the ladder control diagram. The students will also learn about how two-wire and three-wi... more

  • 7370 Sizing the Protection of Motors and Control Circuits

    7370 Sizing the Protection of Motors and Control Circuits In this program students will be introduced to the important National Electric Code Article 430, which deals with motor and circuit protection. They will be presented with information on how to properly design and implement a safety control circuit and how to go about choosing the correct protect... more

  • 7471 AC Motor Operations-Starts and Acceleration

    7471 AC Motor Operations-Starts and Acceleration This program explains AC motors in detail. The general operation of three-phase (3Ø) and single-phase (1Ø) motors is reviewed as well as the components that form a motor. Also covered in detail are the three different types of single phase capacitor motors. The start and acceleration methods... more

  • 7472 AC Motor Control and Troubleshooting

    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

  • 7491 DC Motor Operations and Control

    7491 DC Motor Operations and Control In this program, students will be presented with the information necessary to understand and apply DC motors and their control circuits. DC motor components and operation are covered in detail. This module covers the mechanisms and ways to start DC motor, along with the methods and reasons why... more

  • 7492 DC Motor Acceleration, Deceleration and Troubleshooting

    7492 DC Motor Acceleration, Deceleration and Troubleshooting In this program students are presented with the acceleration methods used to control the speed of a DC motor. These methods include variable resistance such as rheostat or resistor banks and using solid-state speed control using SCRs. Also covered in detailed are the deceleration methods, as w... more

  • 7771 Programmable Controllers-Operation, Architecture and I/O System

    7771 Programmable Controllers-Operation, Architecture and I/O System In this program, students will be introduced to programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and how they are used to implement electrical and motor control circuits in industrial applications. This module explains how a PLC operates and scans the input and output field devices and the important rela... more

  • 7772 Programmable Controllers-Discrete Software Programming

    7772 Programmable Controllers-Discrete Software Programming In this program, students will be introduced to the discrete programming instructions that are used in the implementation of electromechanical control using a PLC, which are the basic relay instructions. This module explains the operation of the basic on-delay and off-delay types of timers and... more

  • 7773 Programmable Controllers-Control Implementation and Troubleshooting

    7773 Programmable Controllers-Control Implementation and Troubleshooting In this program, students will be presented with the implementation of PLC control from electromechanical control. The examples involve the control of motors as well as the implementation of Forward/Reverse control using a Fwd/Rev motor starter. The module explains how to go about to assign th... more