MC-755: AllenBradley PowerFlex 753/755 Variable Frequency Motor Drives
This 32 hour, 4 day hands-on training program is designed to provide maintenance electricians and engineers with the required knowledge and skills to install, start-up and troubleshoot Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 750 Series
(the 753 & the 755) Variable Frequency AC Drive systems. Skills to interface with these drives are developed with the use of the Human Interface Module, DriveExplorer & DriveExecutive software. In addition to learning how to set up and replace a drive, students will learn how to check & set parameters for normal operation and for troubleshooting. Students will locate power, signal and control terminals, monitor drive conditions, clear faults and be able to troubleshoot drive problems and perform preventative maintenance procedures.
Variable Frequency Drive Theory Review
PowerFlex 750 Drive Hardware
Using the A6 H.I.M.
Setting Up Ethernet Communications
Using Drive Software
Troubleshooting PowerFlex 750 Drives
Using Safety Module Options in the PowerFlex 750 Drives
Understanding Control Block Diagrams
PowerFlex 750 Drives Predictive Maintenance Tools
Persons successfully completing this course will be able to:
Install or replace a drive
Configure the drive to meet your application needs
Identify and replace hardware components
Diagnose and correct faults and alarms
Perform preventative maintenance on the drive
Use Connected Components Workbench (CCW) software to monitor and set parameters and troubleshoot problems
A basic understanding of AC motor operation, electrical control and safety, Allen-Bradley PLC ladder logic.