Electrical Maintenance Training
Here is just a brief overview of the course activities. Please ask for the Learning Outcomes Pack for Electrical Maintenance Training Part 2. This defines all of the Learning Points on the course.
PLC Maintenance and Programming. Advantages of PLC system over Hardwired system. PLC inputs and outputs, addressing and number systems. Program storage and PLC cyclical operation. Create and test program listings for AND, OR, Latch, Timer, Counter, Memory Relays, Data Tables.
Electronic Sensors. Inductive, Capacitive, Photoelectric, Identify and test various types in N/O, N/C, NPN and PNP,
3phase Motor Control Assessment DOL. Uses DOL starter to test, measure parameters and find prepared faults
3phase Motor Control Assessment MPCB. Uses MPCB to test, measure parameters and find prepared faults
Process Control Assessment. Uses timers, counters, latches in various configurations. Fault finding section.
Inverters. Theory and principle of operation. Wiring exercise and setting parameters to match given process need.
Sequencer Rig. Assessment. Fault finding on a 3 cylinder sequencer rig
Fault Finding Principles. Principles of fault finding including 6 step approach.
Interpreting CAD produced drawings. Correctly navigating through a typical book of A4 machinery drawings to locate and identify electrical components !