This two-day Electric Motors Drives and Automation training course will discuss application and installation issues related to motors, variable frequency drives and related automation products in three important sessions. The course will conclude with an operating demonstration that will illustrate the three types of equipment tied together into one system via communication cabling, as well as over air via radio transmission.

The Electric Motors  Drives and Automation training course will provide the delegates with a solid base of Motor, Drive and Automation theory. The course will also make delegates aware of issues concerning the proper application, installation and maintenance of these types of equipment. The material handouts will cover a wide range starting from the basics and moving on to more complex issues.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:
Session One: Electric Motors
• NEMA Rotor Characteristics
• Motor Specifications
• NEMA and IEEE standards
• Enclosures
• Stator Failures and preventative measures
• Rotor Failures
• Bearing Failures
• General Motor Testing Methods
• On-line Condition Monitoring
Session Two: AC Drives
• VFD Overview
• Basic AC Drive
• Constant Torque Applications
• Variable Torque Applications
• Constant Horsepower Applications
• Multi-motor Applications
• Output Filtering Requirements
• Bearing Currents
Session Three: Human Machine Interface and
Automation Considerations
• PLCs
• Connecting External Device
• Programming A PLC
• Ladder Logic
• Statement List
• Function Blocks
• Discrete Inputs/Outputs
• Analog Inputs and Outputs
• Network Communications
• ASI, Profibus, Device net, TCIP

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Learn the Fundamentals of motors, drives and automation systems
• Update Yourself on the Latest Advancements in VFDs
• Learn the Latest Improvements in Motor Efficiency
• Practical Approaches and Problem-Solving Solutions
• Learn Practical Troubleshooting Techniques
• Learn the Automation Considerations Between Motors, Drives and PLCs

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
• Industrial, Commercial, Institutional Electrical Engineering and Maintenance Technicians
• Electric Motor Operations staff
• Other electrical personnel involved in the operation and control of electric motors.

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