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|Course Name||Maintaining & Troubleshooting Allen-
Bradley 1336 Drives (40-Hour Format)|
Category B Course No. EE 352
|Course Description||This forty hour, hands-on course uses low horsepower Allen-Bradley 1336
Plus variable frequency motor drives that have been configured as trainers. During the
workshop the drives are interconnected to a programmable logic controller (PLC). This
allows the participant to experience drive/controller interconnectivity as is typical in some
industrial applications. The building blocks of the drives are explained along with methods
for performing maintenance and troubleshooting. These methods include using the drive
parameters along with meter measurements at the drive terminal block interfaces.
Representative faults are inserted allowing the participants to do real troubleshooting
exercises during the workshop.
|Who Should Attend||Journeymen electricians, engineers, and electronic technicians
|Prerequisites||Hane workshop Industrial Electronics Maintenance Level One (EE
201) or equivalent knowledge. Participants should be familiar with solid-state analog
and digital circuits and should know the principles of operation of three-phase AC motors.
|Class Size||Up to 12|
|College Transfer Credits||2 credit hours recommended|
|Format||Hands-on Workshop. One lab station for every two
|Learning Objectives||Participants will learn to:|
|Course Customization||Call 1-800-777-0753 for a detailed outline or for
information about tailoring this course to your specific needs.|
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