Understanding Motor Controls course

$125.00

This course has 54 units. You will receive a certificate of completion after the course.

1- General Principles Of Motor Controls
2- Symbols & Schematic Diagrams
3- Manual Starters
4- Overload Relays
5- Relays, Contactors & Motor Starters
6- The Control Transformer
7- Start-Stop Push Button Control
8- Multiple Push Button Stations
9- Forward – Reverse Control
10- Jogging & Inching
11- Timing Relays
12- Sequence Control
13- Pressure switches & Sensors
14- Float Switches & Liquid Level Sensors
15- Flow Switches
16- Limit switches
17- Temperature Sensing Devices
18- Hall Effect Sensors

19- Proximity Sensors
20- Photodetectors
21- Reading Large Schematic Diagrams
22- Installing Control Systems
23- Across The Line Starting
24- Resistor & Reactor Starting For AC Motors
25- Autotransformer Starting
26- Wye-Delta Starting
27- Part Winding Starters
28- DC Motors
29- Single Phase Motors
30- Braking
31- Wound Rotor Motors
32- Synchronous Motors
33- Consequential Pole Motors
34- Variable Voltage & Magnetic Clutches
35-Solid State DC Motor Controls
36- VFD

37- Motor Installation
38- PLC
39- Programming A PLC
40- Analog Sensing For PLC
41- Developing Control Circuits
42- Trouble-Shooting
43- Direct Drives & Pulley Drives
44- Semiconductors
45- The PN Junction
46- The Zener Diode
47- Light Emitting Diode
48- The Transistor
49- The Unijunction Transistor
50- The SCR
51- The DIAC
52- The TRIAC
53- The 555 Timer
54- Operational Amplifier

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