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Training Course Description Fundamentals of AC and DC Drives Course Purpose Offering the industry's broadest range of horsepower, functionality and features, Allen-Bradley drives and motors meet your automation needs. From small volts per hertz inverters to massive, integrated systems, the full line of Allen-Bradley AC and DC variable speed control products provides the flexibility, reliability and precise motor control necessary to keep your business moving at the right speed. Course Objectives Upon completion of the course the delegate will be able to: Identify the components and functionality of a basic drive system. Identify the protection devices and functionality of a basic drive system. Recognize AC and DC drive system hardware. Describe AC and DC drive system operation. Identify types of loads. Identify the features of AC, DC, and motion control drive systems. Select a drive system for basic applications. Who Should Attend? This course is designed for individuals who are new to the electronic control of AC and DC motors. Prerequisites Experience operating a personal computer within a Microsoft Windows 95 or Windows NT environment. Students should have a general knowledge of electricity and electronics. They should have a basic understanding of machines used in modern industry. Topical Outline Preventing Electrostatic Damage to Drive Components. Identifying Basic Drive System Components and Functions. Identifying Protection Devices and Functions. Recognizing DC Drive System Hardware. Describing DC Drive System Operation. Recognizing AC Drive System Hardware. Describing AC Drive System Operation. Selecting a Drive System for Basic Applications. Perfoming pre-power and power-on checks Course Length: 2 Days Course Code: ZAF5001 Price: On Application For further information on this or any other course offered by Rockwell Automation, please contact The GMS Training Centre. Tel 011 654 9709 FAX 011 654 9888 Email: email@example.com Course outlines may be subject to change as a result of the Rockwell Automation policy of continual improvement.
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