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Industrial Electrical Controls Fundamentals (MFG213)

August 22, 2017 - August 25, 2017

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Course Purpose

This course is designed to provide knowledge and skills required to install, maintain and troubleshoot machine controls.

At the completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Define the safety considerations that must be observed when installing, checking or locking out electrical equipment
  • Define uses and functions of input and output devices, relays, and motors
  • Demonstrate the reading of schematic diagrams and logic
  • Define an open and short condition and perform voltage and current measurements
  • Demonstrate the proper use of the following test equipment in lab to measure voltage, current, resistance and continuity: VOM, DVM, Multi-meters,
    continuity tester and amp probe
  • Approximate secondary voltage, secondary current and primary current of a transformer when given its turns ratio, primary voltage and secondary load
  • Identify the proper wiring configurations of a control transformer’s primary current for 240V and 480V operation
  • Approximate a transformer’s maximum primary current for 480V operation, using the nameplate information

Who Should Attend

Individuals who are responsible to install, maintain and troubleshoot electromechanical machine controls should attend this course.

More Information

To view agenda, prerequisites, student materials and more, download the PDF here.


To begin the registration process, click the register now button below.


Contact Cindy Chaplin at 804-915-3396 with any questions.


August 22, 2017
August 25, 2017
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Cindy Chaplin


Harrisonburg Branch
1045 S High Street
Harrisonburg, VA United States
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