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SAMPLES OF INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL TRAINING VIDEO PROGRAMS

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Industrial Electrical Training Video Library - DVD 2

Section 1 - Electrical Switching, Timing, and Control Devices

Part 1 (26:48 min)
  • Basic Ladder Diagrams

  • Information-Provider Switches

  • SPST, SPDT, DPST, and DPDT Switches

  • Proper Component Wiring Connections

  • Control Device Troubleshooting: Static and Dynamic Checks

Part 2 (24:26 min)
  • Understanding Drum Switch Operation (Cam and Segmented) and Its Use in the Reversal of Motors
  • Use of Control Relays (Standard & Latching) and their Troubleshooting
  • ON-delay and OFF-delay Timer Action, Timing Control, and Troubleshooting

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Electrical Switching, Timing, and Control Devices

"You've made my job much easier, helped our electrical department, and lowered the overall machine downtime in our facilities." - Nick Meheula, Plant Maintenance, Oahu Transit Services

Electrical Switching, Timing, and Control Devices
This program covers the most common switches, timers, and control devices found in your plant. You have hundreds (probably thousands) of these devices in your plant. At a cost of $25 to $250 per component, this program will quickly pay for itself.

We show how these devices work, how they are wired, and how to troubleshoot them. This program also provides the first step in learning ladder diagrams.

Solve Even the Trickiest Component Failures
  • Avoid costly wiring mistakesóread multi-position selector switches in ladder diagrams
  • Read the action and timing diagrams of ON-delay and OFF-delay timers so that when something goes wrong, you'll know exactly which component to replace
  • Avoid intermittent problemsómake sure control relays are receiving the proper steady voltage
  • Learn how to cut your spare parts inventory to a minimum since many control devices share components
  • Troubleshoot tricky push button problemsódon't replace the whole thing when it might just be the contact blocks

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