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Industrial Motor Controls: Operation, Troubleshooting & Maintenance
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5 days
Next Course Date
22 April, 2024
Registration Procedure
1 Complete the registration form below this page.
2 Make payment for the course using the payment link below.
3 Course Registration must be completed 2 weeks before training commencement.
4 Course Registration details would be sent to your email latest 24 hours before commencement of training.
Course Overview

This course deals with the working principle of a three-phase AC induction motor and the various control techniques associated with its operation. Also, the ratings of fuses and settings of
overloads for various sizes of electric motors will be discussed.

Course Content

Motor Selection, Maintenance, Testing & Replacement
Motor Basics
Motor terminology, Types of motors and their suitable
applications, Testing equipment, Field troubleshooting
checklist, Motor selection, Nameplate data, IEC motor
ratings, Energy considerations
Safety Issues When Troubleshooting or Replacing Motors
Procedures for Replacing a Motor
Motor Maintenance
Working with Control Circuits -Fundamentals of Control
Motor Drives and Special Control Circuit Applications

  • Uses of 3-phase AC induction motors
  • Motor controller elements- operation and

Electrical measuring instrument description and usage

  • Analog meter
  • Digital Multi-Meter
  • Clamp meter
  • Megger meter

Motor protection

  • Overload protection
  • Over current protection

Other types of protection
Low voltage protection, Phase failure protection, Phase
reversal protection, phase sequence control, Ground
fault protection, Low voltage control
Common problems with motor control circuits and their

Target Group

Engineers & Technicians, Plant Engineers and those with the mandate to supervise them.

Course Prerequisite

Basic Electrical and AC motor knowledge

Course Benefits

Identify the different types of motors and their appropriate
Test for and troubleshoot motor problems
Properly select and replace a motor
Keep a motor properly maintained
Identify and understand symbols used in common control
circuit drawings
Use a logical, systematic approach to troubleshooting
Find and fix common control circuit problems

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