ELET 2150 - Motor Controls
2 Credits; 1 Lecture Hours; 2 Lab Hours
A study of the methods and devices used to control and protect DC and AC motors on industrial machinery. The student will understand, develop, interpret, and troubleshooting ladder diagram circuits. The student will gain experience of DC Series, Shunt and Compound motors, single-phase motors, 3-' motors, Stepper motors, Servos, and universal motors. The student will learn about OSHA safety regulations regarding Lockout/Tagout procedures and safe shut down procedures. The student will also wire control circuits that utilize soft-start techniques and dynamic braking techniques. Availability | Similar | Syllabus
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