AC/DC Motors and Drives
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- Certificate of Completion
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- AC/DC Motors and Drives
- You will understand Drives and Control's
- You will have a working knowledge of how to program and troubleshoot an AC/DC Drives.
- You will have a better understanding of industrial motors.
- It would help if you take Industrial Maintenance 1 but its not necessary.
- Basic Knowledge of electrical test equipment and hand tools.
- Just a little bit of common sense and a ham sandwich.
This course covers how to install and set up most drives. It includes necessary troubleshooting procedures that should cover most situations. It will give you troubleshooting to component levels on VFD and DC drives as well as Programming pointers. It also will help you under stand the operation of both drives.
- Anyone who wants to start a new career or advance in the one you are in.
- Anyone who took Industrial maintenance one who wants to continue adding to the included Resume.
- People who work in industrial plants or want to or manufacturing or service related industry or want to work as a service tech.
There are a lot of different avenues you can take when you start looking into a technical field as a career there will always be a need for people who can repair technology no matter how advanced we get. Ever aspect of our lives has been changed by tech that we don't even think of a DC drive and control is often used in a wheel chair there an AC drive is used in a lot of fan's its just everywhere.
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Work on machines that are safe
Be provided required safety gear, such as gloves or a harness and lifeline for falls
Be protected from toxic chemicals
Request an OSHA inspection, and speak to the inspector
Report an injury or illness, and get copies of your medical records
See copies of the workplace injury and illness log
Review records of work-related injuries and illnesses
Get copies of test results done to find hazards in the workplace