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  • 1. The Electrical Series consists of the subject areas required to succeed in industry operations andmaintenance from a technical perspective.Electrical Series©2012 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813) 908-1200www.techtransfer.comRev.3.1.3Motor and Motor ControlAC Motors• AC Motor Theory• Induction Motors• Synchronous MotorsMotor Control Fundamentals• Motor Control Basics• Types of Controllers• Magnetic ContactorsMotor Protection and NameplateData• Motor Fundamentals• Nameplate Data• Motor Protection• Balance of Plant SystemsControl Circuit Diagrams• Sequence Control• Motor Control Center Single Line DiagramsMotor Starters• Full and Reduced Voltage Starters• Wye-Delta and Part Winding Starters• Speed and Consequent Pole Controllers• Control PowerDC Motors• Operating Principles• DC Motor TypesElectrical Diagrams• Diagram Types• Control Devices and Symbols• Interlocking Methods for Reversing ControlsCircuit ProtectionBasic Relaying I• Attributes of a Protective Relay System• Functional Categories• Basic Sensing Quantities for RelaysBasic Relaying II• Time Delay Characteristics• Zones of Protection• Electromagnetic Induction Devices• Electromagnetic Attraction Units• Static and Microprocessor RelaysAdvance Circuit Breakers• Circuit Breakers• Circuit Breakers Main Features• Types of Circuit BreakersTransformersTransformers• Purpose of Instrument Transformers• Burden and Saturation• Types of Current Transformers• Coupling Capacitor Voltage Transformers• Transformer Monitoring and ProtectionPower Transformers I• Types of Power Transformers• Transformer Nameplates
  • 2. Power Transformers II• Construction of a Power Transformer• Testing Requirements for Power TransformersVariable Frequency DrivesVariable Frequency DrivesFundamentals• Functions and Operations of an AC Drive• Interface Methods• Advantages and Disadvantages of AC DrivesVFD Installation and Programming• Installation Requirements• Start Up• Programming and ParametersVFD Troubleshooting• Common Fault and Alarm Indications• Common Types of Faults and Alarms• Troubleshooting Tables©2012 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813) 908-1200www.techtransfer.comElectrical Series