Maintenance Troubleshooting: Motors & Motor Controls is part three of the Maintenance Troubleshooting five-part training series.
The course teaches students to identify motor malfunctions by recognizing problematic symptoms and applying proven methods in correcting these problems. The course also teaches students how to troubleshoot two- and three-wire motor control circuits as well as understand the operation and troubleshooting of variable speed frequency drive systems.
Course objectives include:
- Identify motor and motor control problems
- Test motor windings
- Wire and troubleshoot two- and three-wire motor control circuits
- Troubleshoot variable speed frequency drive systems.
- Single-Phase Motors
- Three-Phase Motors
- Electro-Magnetic Contactors
- Variable Speed Drive