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Industrial Electrical Training: Electric motor wiring and more.

10 industrial video DVD set

Electric motor wiring - Industrial Electrical Training

Contents - Brochure - Customer Comment Video

Industrial Electrical & Motor Control Video Course - 10 DVDs
ESBN: I01-700E-9U12-98G4
Description:  

Industrial Electrician Training Programs: (In 10 Video DVD Training Library) Covers Electric motor wiring, motor starters, motor control circuits and much more in this industrial learning course. Get everyone up to speed on electrical maintenance troubleshooting with this Electrical and Motor Control Circuits electrical learning course.

To help you build and maintain your team of skilled electricians, we provide complete video training programs in the six most important electrical maintenance areas: power distribution, sensors & electrical Components, electrical diagrams, motor control circuit operations, AC & DC motor control, and even an introduction to PLC technology.

This Electrical Training Training Course Includes:

  • Ten Industrial Electrical Controls Video DVDs - the first industrial electrical training DVD introduces power generation and distribution. The next two DVDs cover the most common switches, timers, and motor control devices found in plants; followed by two more DVDs covering electrical diagrams. The next four electrical training video DVDs cover motor control extensively, including both DC and AC motor control protections, maintenance and troubleshooting. The last DVD in this library covers understanding & applying PLCs in electrical controls.
  • Industrial Electrical Training Instructor's Guide and Answer Key
  • Master set of Industrial Electrical & Motor Controls training exams
  • Student Kit includes:
    • Industrial Electrical Training Reference Handbook that reinforces the material in the electrical and motor controls training video course and provides review questions and answers.
    • Industrial Electrical & Motor Control Courses Completion Certificate

"You’ve made my job much easier, helped our electrical department, and lowered the overall machine downtime in our facilities."
—Nick Meheula, Plant Maintenance, Oahu Transit Services

"Your programs have not only given my staff a better understanding of electrical controls, but also reduced our troubleshooting time. I would recommend them to other companies."
—Rodney Nylin, Technical Training Coord., Abbott Laboratories

"I've had the opportunity to evaluate many training materials and I've found your Video programs to be the best I've seen."
—Bob Desoto, Continuing Education Professor, University of California-Fullerton

 

  • Great for training maintenance and industrial engineers.
  • A must have for cross-training mechanics.
  • Residential electricians can use to cross over to an industrial electrician career.
  • Easy to train multiple people—simply order additional student kits.

 

Price:  US$2997.00

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Industrial Electrical Course Curriculum ...

Section 1
This section covers the Electrical Power Distribution:Electrical training starts in Power Distribution

  • Cut your power bills and extend the life of your equipment by using power factor correction.
  • Choose the safest methods for power distribution.
  • Configure wye and delta branch and feeder circuits to provide a balanced power system.
  • Learn which voltage connection to avoid to prevent equipment damage.
  • Determine phase-to-phase and phase-to neutral voltages and currents.
  • Distribute power through your plant via switchgear and busways.
  • Rectify AC power into DC power.
  • Make sure you place correction capacitors in the right place or else your motor overload heaters won't work right and you'll burn out your motors.
  • Provide a safe ground bus—for safety and proper equipment operation.

Includes 1 Electrical training DVD: (Click on link below to see more details & industrial video sample)

Section 2
This section covers Electrical Components & Sensors: control circuits components

  • Avoid costly electrical wiring mistakes, read multi-position selector switches in electrical diagrams.
  • Troubleshoot tricky pushbutton problems, don’t replace the whole thing when it might just be the contact blocks.
  • Use time-delayed and instantaneous timer contacts, know the difference and protect your equipment.
  • Troubleshooting relays can be a nightmare, follow our detailed electrical troubleshooting method and save time.
  • Many control devices share components, learn how to cut your spare parts inventory to a minimum.
  • Choose the correct photoelectric sensor for your application.
  • Apply, install, and troubleshoot limit, photoelectric, and proximity switches.
  • Should you use an inductive or capacitive prox, they look the same, but if you pick the wrong one it won’t detect properly.
  • Wire and understand the inner workings of 2, 3, and 4-way valves.
  • Cut your installation time, bench test and calibrate pressure devices before installation.
  • Clogged ports or a bad solenoid, learn to spot the difference and avoid replacing unnecessary components.
  • Intermittent malfunctions in limit switches can take forever to track down, learn a step-by-step method for identifying and solving the electrical problem quickly.

Includes 2 Electrical training DVDs: (Click on link below to see more details & industrial video sample)

Section 3Electrical control and electric motor wiring
This section covers Electrical Diagrams (Schematics), PM and Troubleshooting:

  • Learn to design and read layout, Electrical Wiring, and Electrical Diagrams.
  • Protect your people, follow our four basic rules of Electrical diagrams to implement a safe circuit.
  • Add interlocking, memory, and cross referencing to complex control circuits.
  • Layout a control panel—from scratch to finish, just by following the electrical wiring and layout diagrams.
  • Implement motor control and magnetic starter circuit diagrams.
  • Prevent faulty operation and equipment damage, use mechanical, push button, and electrical interlocks.
  • Follow our systematic approach to troubleshooting electrical systems both at the power source and the control circuit.
  • Find short circuits and faulty components quickly, get back up and running fast.
  • Install power and phase monitors to detect dangerous conditions before causing costly motor damage.
  • Use our four fundamental guidelines to implement an effective preventive maintenance program.
  • Perform dynamic and static preventive maintenance inspections.
  • Troubleshoot control circuit logic using ladder and electrical wiring diagrams.
  • Learn how a phase imbalance will make your motors run hot—solve the problem and prevent insulation breakdown.
  • Learn why thermal overloads aren't enough to protect your equipment against damage from phase loss.

Includes 2 Electrical training DVDs: (Click on link below to see more details & industrial video sample)

Section 4
This section covers Electrical Motor Control Circuits:Motor Starters and Electrical Motor Controls

  • Learn to prevent the seven most common causes of heat-related motor failure contactors and motor starters for your application.
  • Class 10, 20, 30 heaters, which one offers the right protection for your motor application.
  • Implement proper arc suppression to protect against shorts and ark hazards.
  • Make sense out of NEMA standards.
  • Learn how spending a few extra dollars can add invaluable backup motor protection.
  • Use our six-step method to implement and maintain a safe motor branch circuit.
  • Time-delay or non time-delay fuses, which one should you use to provide the best protection.
  • When it comes to motor nameplates, reading them isn't enough, everyone needs to understand what they mean and know how to use this valuable information.
  • The motor dictates circuit design, protection, and components, know how to get the requirements from Article 430 and make your job easier.
  • Select the right size fuse to protect a branch circuit, we'll show you how.
  • Choose the right NEMA starter for your motor.
  • Finally, a clear explanation of Article 430 and what it means to your motor control operations.
  • Troubleshoot solid-state motor starters by quickly detecting misfiring of SCRs.
  • Troubleshoot across-the, line start motors as well as the 5 types of reduced-voltage start motors.
  • Understand how variable speed drives work and where to look to solve problems.
  • Quickly troubleshoot multispeed motors and their circuits—learn how to double check the connections.
  • Keep the production line running, learn to troubleshoot and control the speed of DC motors.
  • Avoid the most common mistakes made during the installation and maintenance of brushes.
  • Learn how to detect an SCR fault in the power bridge of a DC drive.
  • See how noise can affect the operation of a DC drive and learn to correct it.
  • Understand how DC motors are reversed so you'll be better prepared to troubleshoot them.
  • Use our proven techniques for detecting problems in a series, shunt, and compound DC motor before they break.

Includes 4 Electrical training DVD: (Click on link below to see more details & industrial video sample)

Section 5
This section covers PLC Technology:PLC Technology

  • If you're using PLCs to control motors, make sure you're implementing low-voltage protection, we'll show you how and help you avoid potential injury to personnel and equipment.
  • Is your PLC system safely and properly installed, learn which sections of the control circuit must be left hardwired for safety reasons.
  • One small electrical wiring mistake during troubleshooting will make things worse, we'll show you the right way to do it.
  • Follow our step-by-step method of converting a hardwired relay system to a PLC-based system, do it quickly and do it right!
  • Troubleshoot the complete discrete I/O system, see it graphically, from power line problems to electrical wiring connections to I/O modules to the detection of a bad field device.
  • Does everybody on your staff know how to troubleshoot PLCs and I/O, learn how to use the power of the PLC and its monitoring capabilities to help you.

Includes 1 Electrical training DVD: (Click on link below to see more details & industrial video sample)

 

Price:  US$2997.00

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Automated download system is powered by our preferred method of payment, the buy now buttons. (Within 24 hours, you will receive an email with shipping confirmation information. DVDs shipped Priority or Express mail.) If you prefer us to manually process your order or would like to mail or fax order in, please click CD and Book Order Form on our secure servers at BIN95.

Industrial Electrical Training: Electric motor wiring and more.

10 industrial video DVD set

Electric motor wiring - Industrial Electrical Training

Contents - Brochure - Customer Comment Video

Industrial Electrical & Motor Control Video Course - 10 DVDs
ESBN: I01-700E-9U12-98G4
Description:  

Industrial Electrician Training Programs: (In 10 Video DVD Training Library) Covers Electric motor wiring, motor starters, motor control circuits and much more in this industrial learning course. Get everyone up to speed on electrical maintenance troubleshooting with this Electrical and Motor Control Circuits electrical learning course.

To help you build and maintain your team of skilled electricians, we provide complete video training programs in the six most important electrical maintenance areas: power distribution, sensors & electrical Components, electrical diagrams, motor control circuit operations, AC & DC motor control, and even an introduction to PLC technology.

This Electrical Training Training Course Includes:

  • Ten Industrial Electrical Controls Video DVDs - the first industrial electrical training DVD introduces power generation and distribution. The next two DVDs cover the most common switches, timers, and motor control devices found in plants; followed by two more DVDs covering electrical diagrams. The next four electrical training video DVDs cover motor control extensively, including both DC and AC motor control protections, maintenance and troubleshooting. The last DVD in this library covers understanding & applying PLCs in electrical controls.
  • Industrial Electrical Training Instructor's Guide and Answer Key
  • Master set of Industrial Electrical & Motor Controls training exams
  • Student Kit includes:
    • Industrial Electrical Training Reference Handbook that reinforces the material in the electrical and motor controls training video course and provides review questions and answers.
    • Industrial Electrical & Motor Control Courses Completion Certificate

"You’ve made my job much easier, helped our electrical department, and lowered the overall machine downtime in our facilities."
—Nick Meheula, Plant Maintenance, Oahu Transit Services

"Your programs have not only given my staff a better understanding of electrical controls, but also reduced our troubleshooting time. I would recommend them to other companies."
—Rodney Nylin, Technical Training Coord., Abbott Laboratories

"I've had the opportunity to evaluate many training materials and I've found your Video programs to be the best I've seen."
—Bob Desoto, Continuing Education Professor, University of California-Fullerton

 

  • Great for training maintenance and industrial engineers.
  • A must have for cross-training mechanics.
  • Residential electricians can use to cross over to an industrial electrician career.
  • Easy to train multiple people—simply order additional student kits.

 

Price:  US$2997.00

Shop Morelogic controllers

Automated download system is powered by our preferred method of payment, the buy now buttons. (Within 24 hours, you will receive an email with shipping confirmation information. DVDs shipped Priority or Express mail.) If you prefer us to manually process your order or would like to mail or fax order in, please click CD and Book Order Form on our secure servers at BIN95.

industrial video

Industrial manufacturing services provider you can trust.



Industrial Electrical Course Curriculum ...

Section 1
This section covers the Electrical Power Distribution:Electrical training starts in Power Distribution

  • Cut your power bills and extend the life of your equipment by using power factor correction.
  • Choose the safest methods for power distribution.
  • Configure wye and delta branch and feeder circuits to provide a balanced power system.
  • Learn which voltage connection to avoid to prevent equipment damage.
  • Determine phase-to-phase and phase-to neutral voltages and currents.
  • Distribute power through your plant via switchgear and busways.
  • Rectify AC power into DC power.
  • Make sure you place correction capacitors in the right place or else your motor overload heaters won't work right and you'll burn out your motors.
  • Provide a safe ground bus—for safety and proper equipment operation.

Includes 1 Electrical training DVD: (Click on link below to see more details & industrial video sample)

Section 2
This section covers Electrical Components & Sensors: control circuits components

  • Avoid costly electrical wiring mistakes, read multi-position selector switches in electrical diagrams.
  • Troubleshoot tricky pushbutton problems, don’t replace the whole thing when it might just be the contact blocks.
  • Use time-delayed and instantaneous timer contacts, know the difference and protect your equipment.
  • Troubleshooting relays can be a nightmare, follow our detailed electrical troubleshooting method and save time.
  • Many control devices share components, learn how to cut your spare parts inventory to a minimum.
  • Choose the correct photoelectric sensor for your application.
  • Apply, install, and troubleshoot limit, photoelectric, and proximity switches.
  • Should you use an inductive or capacitive prox, they look the same, but if you pick the wrong one it won’t detect properly.
  • Wire and understand the inner workings of 2, 3, and 4-way valves.
  • Cut your installation time, bench test and calibrate pressure devices before installation.
  • Clogged ports or a bad solenoid, learn to spot the difference and avoid replacing unnecessary components.
  • Intermittent malfunctions in limit switches can take forever to track down, learn a step-by-step method for identifying and solving the electrical problem quickly.

Includes 2 Electrical training DVDs: (Click on link below to see more details & industrial video sample)

Section 3Electrical control and electric motor wiring
This section covers Electrical Diagrams (Schematics), PM and Troubleshooting:

  • Learn to design and read layout, Electrical Wiring, and Electrical Diagrams.
  • Protect your people, follow our four basic rules of Electrical diagrams to implement a safe circuit.
  • Add interlocking, memory, and cross referencing to complex control circuits.
  • Layout a control panel—from scratch to finish, just by following the electrical wiring and layout diagrams.
  • Implement motor control and magnetic starter circuit diagrams.
  • Prevent faulty operation and equipment damage, use mechanical, push button, and electrical interlocks.
  • Follow our systematic approach to troubleshooting electrical systems both at the power source and the control circuit.
  • Find short circuits and faulty components quickly, get back up and running fast.
  • Install power and phase monitors to detect dangerous conditions before causing costly motor damage.
  • Use our four fundamental guidelines to implement an effective preventive maintenance program.
  • Perform dynamic and static preventive maintenance inspections.
  • Troubleshoot control circuit logic using ladder and electrical wiring diagrams.
  • Learn how a phase imbalance will make your motors run hot—solve the problem and prevent insulation breakdown.
  • Learn why thermal overloads aren't enough to protect your equipment against damage from phase loss.

Includes 2 Electrical training DVDs: (Click on link below to see more details & industrial video sample)

Section 4
This section covers Electrical Motor Control Circuits:Motor Starters and Electrical Motor Controls

  • Learn to prevent the seven most common causes of heat-related motor failure contactors and motor starters for your application.
  • Class 10, 20, 30 heaters, which one offers the right protection for your motor application.
  • Implement proper arc suppression to protect against shorts and ark hazards.
  • Make sense out of NEMA standards.
  • Learn how spending a few extra dollars can add invaluable backup motor protection.
  • Use our six-step method to implement and maintain a safe motor branch circuit.
  • Time-delay or non time-delay fuses, which one should you use to provide the best protection.
  • When it comes to motor nameplates, reading them isn't enough, everyone needs to understand what they mean and know how to use this valuable information.
  • The motor dictates circuit design, protection, and components, know how to get the requirements from Article 430 and make your job easier.
  • Select the right size fuse to protect a branch circuit, we'll show you how.
  • Choose the right NEMA starter for your motor.
  • Finally, a clear explanation of Article 430 and what it means to your motor control operations.
  • Troubleshoot solid-state motor starters by quickly detecting misfiring of SCRs.
  • Troubleshoot across-the, line start motors as well as the 5 types of reduced-voltage start motors.
  • Understand how variable speed drives work and where to look to solve problems.
  • Quickly troubleshoot multispeed motors and their circuits—learn how to double check the connections.
  • Keep the production line running, learn to troubleshoot and control the speed of DC motors.
  • Avoid the most common mistakes made during the installation and maintenance of brushes.
  • Learn how to detect an SCR fault in the power bridge of a DC drive.
  • See how noise can affect the operation of a DC drive and learn to correct it.
  • Understand how DC motors are reversed so you'll be better prepared to troubleshoot them.
  • Use our proven techniques for detecting problems in a series, shunt, and compound DC motor before they break.

Includes 4 Electrical training DVD: (Click on link below to see more details & industrial video sample)

Section 5
This section covers PLC Technology:PLC Technology

  • If you're using PLCs to control motors, make sure you're implementing low-voltage protection, we'll show you how and help you avoid potential injury to personnel and equipment.
  • Is your PLC system safely and properly installed, learn which sections of the control circuit must be left hardwired for safety reasons.
  • One small electrical wiring mistake during troubleshooting will make things worse, we'll show you the right way to do it.
  • Follow our step-by-step method of converting a hardwired relay system to a PLC-based system, do it quickly and do it right!
  • Troubleshoot the complete discrete I/O system, see it graphically, from power line problems to electrical wiring connections to I/O modules to the detection of a bad field device.
  • Does everybody on your staff know how to troubleshoot PLCs and I/O, learn how to use the power of the PLC and its monitoring capabilities to help you.

Includes 1 Electrical training DVD: (Click on link below to see more details & industrial video sample)

 

Price:  US$2997.00

Shop Moreprogrammable logic controllers training

Automated download system is powered by our preferred method of payment, the buy now buttons. (Within 24 hours, you will receive an email with shipping confirmation information. DVDs shipped Priority or Express mail.) If you prefer us to manually process your order or would like to mail or fax order in, please click CD and Book Order Form on our secure servers at BIN95.

 

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