Drives

Motors & Drives

AC/DC Drive Fundamentals

$1,450.00

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Course Description

Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to explain electrical safety and PPE requirements when working on or around motor drives.

DC Drive topics include: The construction of a DC motor armature, main field, inter-poles, concepts of main field flux, counter-emf, commutation, armature reaction, regenerative and dynamic braking, advantages and disadvantages of shunt, series, and compound motors, base speed, constant torque, constant horsepower, droop, feedback, (counter-emf, speed, current feedback and DC motor quadrant operation).

AC Drive topics include: The construction of an AC motor stator, rotor, concepts of locked rotor, load torque, starting torque, synchronous speed and motor slip, classify AC motors by design, and code letter, AC motors starting torque, breakdown torque, load torque, synchronous speed, and motor slip.

Lab exercises include: Setting motor mechanical neutral, identifying motor leads, compounding a motor, configure a DC drive, configure an AC drive, and troubleshooting techniques.

PREREQUISITES None

LOCATION Crown Training and Development, Merrillville, IN


Allen-Bradley PowerFlex AC Drive

$1,450.00

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Course Description

The student should be able to describe the operation and control of an AC Motor, size the drive and motor, and install and wire the drive.

Topics include: Configuration switches and jumpers within the drive, drive terminal points, critical drive parameters, using the keypad to view and change parameters, reading and interpreting control block diagrams, using the display to aid in troubleshooting. .

Labs include: Configuration and start-up the drive, interface the drive with a PLC, configuring Digital I/O, Speed References, Skip Frequencies, Ramp Rates, Stop Modes, using Drive Software, Troubleshooting, and configuring COMM modules for data transfer.

PREREQUISITES None

LOCATION Crown Training and Development, Merrillville, IN


Allen-Bradley PowerFlex DC Drive

$1,450.00

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Course Description

The student should be able to describe the operation and control of an DC Motor, size the drive and motor, and install and wire the drive.

Topics include: Configuration switches and jumpers within the drive, drive terminal points, critical drive parameters, using the keypad to view and change parameters, reading and interpreting control block diagrams, using the display to aid in troubleshooting.

Labs include: Drive startup, configuring Digital I/O, Speed References, Ramp Rates, Stop Modes, using Drive Software, Troubleshooting, and configuring COMM modules for data transfer.

PREREQUISITES None

LOCATION Crown Training and Development, Merrillville, IN


Allen-Bradley 1336 Plus AC Drive

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Course Description

Upon completion of this course the student should be able to install and troubleshoot an Allen Bradley 1336 AC drive, by accomplishing the following tasks: Explain the operation of an AC induction motor, Interpret motor name plate data, discuss the operation of an AC drive, describe Pulse Width Modulation and the volts/Hz ratio, match the drive to the motor and load, Install and wire the drive, explain how to use the control panel for programming and troubleshooting the drive.

Labs include: Drive initial startup and configuration, program I/O functions, trace and clear faults, access the fault history, optimization and tuning, alternate configurations, and local vs. remote control.

PREREQUISITES None

LOCATION Crown Training and Development, Merrillville, IN

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Allen-Bradley 1395 DC Drive

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Course Description

The student should be able to describe the operation and control of an DC Motor. Size the drive and motor, install and wire the drive.

Topics include: Locating and describing drive components. Configure switches and jumpers within the drive. Identify drive terminal points. Setting critical drive parameters, using the keypad to view and change parameters, read and Interpret control block diagrams. Use the display to aid in troubleshooting. Configure and start-up the Drive. Interface the drive with a PLC.

Labs include Drive startup, configuring Digital I/O, Speed References, Ramp Rates, Stop Modes, using Drive Software, Troubleshooting, and configuring communication modules for data transfer.

PREREQUISITES None

LOCATION Crown Training and Development, Merrillville, IN

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Avtron ADD-32 Drive

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Course Description

The student will be competent in locating, identifying and analyzing the drive’s interface circuits (in-put power, permissives, speed reference, feedback, motor, etc.), configuring and setting-up the drive, interpreting the drive’s faults, reading and interpreting the drive’s function block diagrams (speed reference, speed loop, speed feedback, armature current loop, and field current loop), using software for downloading, uploading, changing parameters and analyzing the drive.

Labs include: Drive startup and configuration, setting up various feedback loops, configuring digital inputs and outputs, and troubleshooting drive problems.

PREREQUISITES None

LOCATION Crown Training and Development, Merrillville, IN

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Control Techniques Mentor DC Drive

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Course Description

The student should be able to accomplish the following: Describe the operation and control of a DC motor (Speed/Torque/Direction, Variable Speed Drive Quad Control), locate drive components, use the Keypad to view and change parameters, read and interpret Menu Logic Diagrams, use the Keypad to aid in troubleshooting, use MentorSoft to view parameters and change parameters, use MentorSoft to aid in troubleshooting, start-up a Drive.

Labs include: Drive startup and configuration, changing speed reference, ramps, feedback, digital inputs and outputs, and performing a current loop self tune.

PREREQUISITES None

LOCATION Crown Training and Development, Merrillville, IN

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Control Techniques Unidrive AC Drive

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Course Description

This course is designed to introduce the attendee to the Unidrive SP family of AC drives, its operation and features.

LOCATION Crown Training and Development, Merrillville, IN

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Magnetek Drive

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Course Description

This course is designed to introduce the attendee to the Magnetek’s M-FORCE General Purpose (GP) 500 Variable Frequency drive, its operation and features.

LOCATION Crown Training and Development, Merrillville, IN

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Robicon DC Drive

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Course Description

This course is for those who maintain Robicon DC Drives. Basic DC motor and drive theory will be covered, with emphasis placed on SCR operation and testing.

LOCATION Crown Training and Development, Merrillville, IN

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Siemens 6RA70 Drive

$1,450.00

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Course Description

This course is for engineering and maintenance personnel responsible for installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting drive systems that utilize the 6RA70 DC Drive.

Topics include: Hardware configurations and required connections, “base drive” logic and self-tune the drive use of the available fixed function and programmable analog & binary Inputs/Outputs, troubleshooting the Armature and Field converters, use and operation of the 6RA70 regulators, function and/or use of the 6RA70 option boards, motor and drive data for proper initialization of the 6RA70.

Lab exercises include: Power section connections, parameter settings, drive initial setup requirements, self-tuning, analog & binary I/O configuration, troubleshooting, and diagnostic features of the hardware and software.

PREREQUISITES None

LOCATION Crown Training and Development, Merrillville, IN


Siemens 6RA80 Drive

$1,450.00

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Course Description

This course is for engineering and maintenance personnel responsible for installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting drive systems that utilize the 6RA80 DC Drive.

Topics include: Drive and electrical safety, DC drive basics, drive hardware, drive diagrams, setting-up and commissioning the drive, optimizing and tuning the drive, operating the drive (via CUD, BOP20, AOP30), configuring the drives analog and digital I/O and feedback options, troubleshooting the Drive, use Starter PC software, and PROFIBUS Communications.

Lab exercises include: Power section connections, parameter settings, drive initial setup requirements, self-tuning, analog & binary I/O configuration, troubleshooting, and diagnostic features of the hardware and software.

PREREQUISITES None

LOCATION Crown Training and Development, Merrillville, IN