Avtron ADD-32 Drive
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.
LOCATION Crown Training and Development, Merrillville, IN