COURSE TITLE: Fundamentals of Machine Electrification
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course covers the interpretation of wiring diagrams/schematics, symbols and terminology. Topics also covered include: functions of electro-mechanical devices, applications of magnetism, AC/DC currents, NEMA design and specifications, troubleshooting procedures, and other maintenance/service related subjects. Training will consist of both classroom and hands-on lab, with an emphasis to hands-on and applications.
TEXTBOOK: Electrical Motor Controls: Automated Electrical Systems by Rockis & Mazur - Text & Workbook
DURATION OF COURSE: Twenty One (21) hours - 7 weeks 3 hours, 1 day per week.
CERTIFICATE: The student must not miss more than two (2) sessions or attend less than 75% of the available classroom/lab hours, whichever provides more instructional time for the student. The student is responsible to catch up on any missed work due to absence. The student must participate in all class exercises. He/she must satisfy the instructor that at least a minimal level of practical comprehension has been attained.
SKILLS: The student that completes at least the minimum required to receive a certificate of completion should be able to:
Read and understand electrical schematics/diagrams.
Apply basic troubleshooting to determine circuit faults.
Isolate electrical and mechanical problems.
Recommend proper repair procedures.
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