This 32-hour, 4-day training program is designed to familiarize entry-level electricians, equipment operators and other skilled trades with electrical control fundamentals, electric terminology and basic troubleshooting techniques.
What is Electricity?
Digital Multimeter (DMM)
Troubleshooting Keys – Kirchhoff’s Law
Machine Control & Control Devices
Persons successfully completing this course will be able to:
Solve for the missing variable - I E or R - using Ohm’s Law.
Use a DMM to measure voltage, current and resistance.
Find opens and shorts in the circuit using Kirchhoff’s Law.
Wire up and find problems in relay logic. Understand the operation of and repair/replace defective input devices such as: limit switches, proximity sensors, photo eyes & reed switches. Understand the operation of and repair/replace defective output devices such as: timers, motor starters, Contactors & solenoids.
Find and use the correct documentation needed to troubleshoot and repair machine breakdowns.
Use and understand numbering systems such as converting Binary to Decimal