TELC 0130 - Motor Control
Electrical Trades Part-time Studies Course
Covers the basic principles of conventional motor control for those working in an industrial setting.
Familiarity with wiring methods and AC Motor operation.
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Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Describe the features of manual motor starters.
- Draw diagrams for manual AC motor starters.
- Connect and test manual motor starters.
- Identification of common symbols & their application in motor control diagrams.
- Describe the features & construction of three-phase, across-the-line magnetic motor starters.
- Draw & label schematic diagrams for basic motor control circuits.
- Convert between schematic & wiring diagrams.
- Describe features of common control devices.
- Connect & operate simple three-wire control circuits.
- Describe features of control and time delay relays.
- Describe features and applications of plugging switches.
- Develop circuit diagrams involving automatic and sequence control.
- Check fuses & perform safety isolation on a fusible disconnect switch.
- Describe simple troubleshooting procedures for magnetic starters & controls.
- Interpret CEC rules & regulation about magnetic motor starters.
- Describe features of programmable relays.
- Develop programs using relay logic.
- Connect, operate and program programmable relays.
Effective as of Winter 2018
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