MC-525: Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 525 AC Drives with Connected Components Workbench
This 16 hour, 2 day training program, is designed to provide the basic
knowledge necessary - to enable maintenance personnel in troubleshooting,
maintaining, replacing, start-up, and interfacing the Allen-Bradley
PowerFlex 525 drive.
Students will learn how to use the front panel and Connected Components
Workbench (CCW) to access parameters and diagnose faults.
Communications using both EtherNet I/P and USB ports will be covered.
The most commonly used parameters will be explained, and students will
practice using them.
Students will locate power, signal and control terminals, monitor drive
conditions, clear faults, gain the ability to troubleshoot drive problems and perform preventative maintenance.
VFD Construction & Operating Modes
PowerFlex 525 Hardware and Wiring
Control Module Display and Navigation
Basic Display Group Parameters
EtherNet I/P Communications
Connected Components Workbench (CCW)
Entering Start-Up Parameters
Faults, Diagnostics & Troubleshooting
Persons successfully completing this course will be able to:
Identify the major components of a PowerFlex 525 drive (parts, purpose, and location)
Wire or verify wiring on I/O and power terminals
Install/Replace and perform initial start-up of a drive
Monitor and set drive parameters using front panel keyboard
Use USB port to upload/download files
Use Connected Components Workbench to monitor and change parameters
Set-up a drive for startup using the Wizard
Troubleshoot control inputs, outputs, drive and motor faults
Set Automatic Device Configuration (ADC) to auto configure a drive
A basic understanding of AC motor operation, computer skills, electrical control and safety, Allen-Bradley PLC
ladder logic and Ethernet.