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Motor Controls 8-Part Series

Product Description

This eight-part training series will help students understand the fundamentals of motor controls. While the entire series is designed to train in basic electrical maintenance, the individual courses also offer in-service maintenance personnel the opportunity to review basic information. The series is designed to familiarize students with the subjects of basic controls, overload and time delay relays, schematic symbols, and wiring diagrams; starting methods for squirrel cage, wye-delta, synchronous, and wound rotor controls; and installing and troubleshooting techniques.

The Motor Controls series is designed for electrical maintenance students who have little or no knowledge of the field. It does not assume any previous knowledge of motor controls. All the terms used are defined and explained throughout the courses, so students are not required to have a technical vocabulary to understand the content.

DVDs included:

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Motor Controls: Basic Motor Controls & RelaysIntroduces basic motor controls and relays.

Motor Controls: Overload RelaysExplains the different types of overload relays, how they work, and why they are used.

Motor Controls: Time Delay RelaysGives a comprehensive overview of these vital parts of a motor control system.

Motor Controls: Schematic SymbolsHelps students read and understand schematic symbols.

Motor Controls: Schematics & Wiring DiagramsTeaches how to recognize the differences between schematic and wiring diagrams, determine the logic of a control circuit, and more.

Motor Controls: Starting Methods For Squirrel Cage MotorsTeaches the different types of squirrel cage motor starting methods and how to choose the appropriate one.

Motor Controls: Wye–-Delta, Synchronous & Wound Rotor ControlsDiscusses the starting of wye-delta, synchronous motors, and wound rotor motors.

Motor Controls: Installing & Troubleshooting Control SystemsTeaches students how to correctly install control systems and follow up with effective troubleshooting techniques.

Our DVDs are portable and easy-to-use. Training content is "chapterized," or organized by learning objectives to:

  • Help with course navigation
  • Enable training administrators to cover specific training points and conduct refresher training
  • Facilitate classroom discussion.

Click here for the PDF Spec Sheet.

This eight-part training series will help students understand the fundamentals of motor controls. While the entire series is designed to train in basic electrical maintenance, the individual courses also offer in-service maintenance personnel the opportunity to review basic information. The series is designed to familiarize students with the subjects of basic controls, overload and time delay relays, schematic symbols, and wiring diagrams; starting methods for squirrel cage, wye-delta, synchronous, and wound rotor controls; and installing and troubleshooting techniques.

The Motor Controls series is designed for electrical maintenance students who have little or no knowledge of the field. It does not assume any previous knowledge of motor controls. All the terms used are defined and explained throughout the courses, so students are not required to have a technical vocabulary to understand the content.

eLearning courses included:

(Select a product for more information or to preview online.)

Motor Controls: Basic Motor Controls & RelaysIntroduces basic motor controls and relays.

Motor Controls: Overload RelaysExplains the different types of overload relays, how they work, and why they are used.

Motor Controls: Time Delay RelaysGives a comprehensive overview of these vital parts of a motor control system.

Motor Controls: Schematic SymbolsHelps students read and understand schematic symbols.

Motor Controls: Schematics & Wiring DiagramsTeaches how to recognize the differences between schematic and wiring diagrams, determine the logic of a control circuit, and more.

Motor Controls: Starting Methods For Squirrel Cage MotorsTeaches the different types of squirrel cage motor starting methods and how to choose the appropriate one.

Motor Controls: Wye-–Delta, Synchronous & Wound Rotor ControlsDiscusses the starting of wye-delta, synchronous motors, and wound rotor motors.

Motor Controls: Installing & Troubleshooting Control SystemsTeaches students how to correctly install control systems and follow up with effective troubleshooting techniques.

To learn more about our interactive online courseware, visit our DuPont™ eLearning Suite homepage or schedule a free online demonstration.

Click here for the PDF Spec Sheet.

Ensure a thorough training experience by purchasing the corresponding workbooks for the eight-part training series which will help students understand the fundamentals of motor controls. While the entire series is designed to train in basic electrical maintenance, the individual courses also offer in-service maintenance personnel the opportunity to review basic information. The series is designed to familiarize students with the subjects of basic controls, overload and time delay relays, schematic symbols, and wiring diagrams; starting methods for squirrel cage, wye-delta, synchronous, and wound rotor controls; and installing and troubleshooting techniques.

The Motor Controls series is designed for electrical maintenance students who have little or no knowledge of the field. It does not assume any previous knowledge of motor controls. All the terms used are defined and explained throughout the courses, so students are not required to have a technical vocabulary to understand the content.

Workbooks included:

Motor Controls: Basic Motor Controls & RelaysIntroduces basic motor controls and relays.

Motor Controls: Overload RelaysExplains the different types of overload relays, how they work, and why they are used.

Motor Controls: Time Delay RelaysGives a comprehensive overview of these vital parts of a motor control system.

Motor Controls: Schematic SymbolsHelps students read and understand schematic symbols.

Motor Controls: Schematics & Wiring DiagramsTeaches how to recognize the differences between schematic and wiring diagrams, determine the logic of a control circuit, and more.

Motor Controls: Starting Methods For Squirrel Cage MotorsTeaches the different types of squirrel cage motor starting methods and how to choose the appropriate one.

Motor Controls: Wye–-Delta, Synchronous & Wound Rotor ControlsDiscusses the starting of wye-delta, synchronous motors, and wound rotor motors.

Motor Controls: Installing & Troubleshooting Control SystemsTeaches students how to correctly install control systems and follow up with effective troubleshooting techniques.

Workbooks contain lesson introductions, a practice and application area, and lesson progress checks to measure students' learning.

Click here for the PDF Spec Sheet.

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