Electrician Training for USAF

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Electrician Training for USAF

  1. 1. 1<br />Electrical Troubleshooting Simulator, PLC Trainers and VFD Tutorial<br />Proven Instructor Based Training and Training Materials<br />Check them out at: http://www.bin95.com/<br />
  2. 2. 2<br />Electrical Troubleshooting Simulator, PLC Trainers and VFD Tutorial<br />Overview<br /><ul><li>Troubleshooting Basics
  3. 3. Maintenance Troubleshooting Relay Control Circuits
  4. 4. Troubleshooting Electrical Motor Control Circuits (TMC)
  5. 5. Advanced Troubleshooting Industrial Control (TIC)
  6. 6. ABS01 Micrologix PLC Trainer w/Lessons 
  7. 7. VFD Trainer - Variable speed drives explained
  8. 8. RSLogix 5000 PLC Training CD and CLX Trainer</li></ul>CBT software for ControlLogix<br /><ul><li>CBT PLC training, tutorial and simulator -2 CD Set
  9. 9. AC Motor Controls CBT CD</li></li></ul><li>3<br />Troubleshooting Basics <br />
  10. 10. 4<br />Troubleshooting Basics <br />Description:   This basic electrical training program teaches a proven systematic  approach to  troubleshooting circuits, called the "Five Step Troubleshooting Approach." The process is explained using electrical circuit simulation, animated graphics and text. Once familiar with the troubleshooting techniques you can work through a section that guides you through this troubleshooting process on a simple lighting circuit. You can then try to troubleshoot 30+ faults on the 6 lighting circuits. Some are common faults when wiring lights, others not so common. Here the time and dollars used to solve the fault will be measured and evaluated. The program also records all the steps performed to solve the faults for later analysis of your troubleshooting approach.<br />
  11. 11. 5<br />Maintenance Troubleshooting Relay Control Circuits<br />
  12. 12. 6<br />Maintenance Troubleshooting Relay Control Circuits<br />Description:   This electrical training program builds on the Troubleshooting Electrical Circuits program. Here, you will increase your maintenance troubleshoot skill with a more complex electrical control circuit consisting of numerous relays, switches, lights, and solenoids. You will use the elementary wiring schematic,  connection wiring diagrams and a volt ohm meter to troubleshoot 50+ faults of varying difficulty. The program contains sections to describe how the 2 circuit works as well as how to use the maintenance troubleshooting tools. The program evaluates the time and money spent to solve the fault and records all the steps performed to solve the fault. This can be used for later analysis of your maintenance troubleshooting approach.<br />
  13. 13. 7<br />Troubleshooting Electrical Motor Control Circuits (TMC)<br />
  14. 14. 8<br />Troubleshooting Electrical Motor Control Circuits (TMC)<br />Description:   This electrical plant maintenance training program builds on the Troubleshooting Electrical Control Circuits  program. Here, you will troubleshoot 3 motor control circuits like the reversing motor controlled garage door. This circuit contains such components as limit switches, three phase reversing motor starter, push buttons, step down transformer, and safety switch. Elementary wiring schematic and connection wiring diagrams will be used as an electrical troubleshooting guide while you troubleshoot 50+ faults of varying difficulty. The program contains sections to describe how the electrical motor control circuit works as well as how to use the troubleshooting tools. The program evaluates the time and money spent to solve the fault and records all the steps performed to solve the fault. This can be used for later analysis of your troubleshooting approach and makes this software a great choice for your school's electrical program or maintenance technician training in general.<br />
  15. 15. 9<br />Advanced Troubleshooting Industrial Control (TIC)<br />
  16. 16. 10<br />Advanced Troubleshooting Industrial Control (TIC)<br />This simulation models fluid processing systems similar to systems found in various industrial applications. This system consists of a variety of components including a Pump, Agitator, Heaters, Motors, Transformers, Contactors, and Overloads. The process control portion of the system consists of a variety of components typically found in industrial control systems such as: Temperature, Float, & Selector Switches, Relays, Timers, Pushbuttons, Solenoid Valves, Fuses, and Indicators. The 51 built in faults to solve, simulate both electrical and mechanical failures. Users can interact with the simulation just like a real system. Users can operate the system remotely or locally. they can take voltage, resistance and current measurements with a multi-meter, inspect, repair and replace components, disconnect and ring out wires. <br />
  17. 17. 11<br />Advanced Troubleshooting Industrial Control (TIC)<br />They all grade your success<br />
  18. 18. 12<br />ABS01 Micrologix PLC Trainer w/Lessons <br />
  19. 19. 13<br />ABS01 Micrologix PLC Trainer w/Lessons <br /> Includes ... <br /><ul><li>1 Allen Bradley PLC - Micrologix 1000
  20. 20. 1 Training Module
  21. 21. 4 discrete inputs pre-wired
  22. 22. 4 discrete outputs pre-wired
  23. 23. Power switch
  24. 24. Programming Cable
  25. 25. USB to Serial converter and instructions. (Replaces AB cable USB-1761-CBL-PM02)
  26. 26. Power Supply
  27. 27. 4 Allen Bradley Ladder Logic Examples
  28. 28. 7 PLC Programming Training Lesson
  29. 29. Download instructions for Free RSlinx light and RSLogix 500 PLC starter kit </li></li></ul><li>14<br />ABS01 Micrologix PLC Trainer w/Lessons <br />Lessons and PLC Programming Training Examples:<br /> <br /><ul><li>Lesson 1: Basics - A Simple Latch Circuit Example. Basics of creating, editing and downloading a PLC program.
  30. 30. Lesson 2: More Basics. PLC Software Tips like finding instruction help, split screen, about the project  tree, custom data monitor and the processor status file.
  31. 31. Lesson 3: PLC Scan Cycle. How the PLC's looks at the logic and real world inputs and outputs.
  32. 32. Lesson 4: An Event Recorder PLC Program. In this lesson we will cover on how to record and play back (in sequence) an event or series of actions (inputs) then play them back as outputs. You will be recording up to 20 events, using FFL's and FFU's. Includes PLC ladder logic example to use in PLC. (.rss file)
  33. 33. Lesson 5: Tracking Parts on a Conveyor Line. Learn how to track a part that is moving down a production line or conveyor with the PLC, by tracking parts you can determine when to remove a rejected part for example. Includes PLC ladder logic example to use in PLC. (.rss file)
  34. 34. Lesson 6: Grinding Machine PLC Program. This lesson simulates a grinding machine by running a table up and down and into the grinder (resurfacing grinder). Includes PLC ladder logic example to use in PLC. (.rss file)
  35. 35. Lesson 7: Pump Sequence PLC Program. Turn on and rotate vacuum pumps depending on the wear (hrs ran) and the need from production. Pump Sequencing, you will learn how to program a series of pumps and have them automatically cycle on and off (one at a time), so you keep even ware on the pumps and cycle them depending on and off depending on the pressure switch settings. Great introduction to real world of PLC programming and trouble shooting. Includes PLC ladder logic example to use in PLC. (.rss file)</li></li></ul><li>15<br />VFD Trainer - Variable speed drives explained<br />
  36. 36. 16<br />VFD Trainer - Variable speed drives explained<br />
  37. 37. 17<br />VFD Trainer - Variable speed drives explained<br />
  38. 38. 18<br />VFD Trainer - Variable speed drives explained<br />
  39. 39. 19<br />VFD Trainer - Variable speed drives explained<br />
  40. 40. 20<br />VFD Trainer - Variable speed drives explained<br />The VFD Trainer Freq Drive Training Software CD is tutorial of the AC frequency drive and related motor control troubleshooting. The variable speed drives explained (VFD controller operation) are common place in industrial AC motor speed controls and rotating equipment. As industry realized the cost savings from VFD freq drive implementation and the cost justification, variable speed drives are becoming even more common place. This VFD Training Software CD has a final exam, laboratory manual and the ability to print a Certificate of Completion.<br />
  41. 41. 21<br />VFD Trainer - Variable speed drives explained<br />This VFD Training Software includes the following units of instruction.. <br /><ul><li>AC Motors
  42. 42. Uses of Variable Frequency Drives
  43. 43. Parts and Operation of a VFD
  44. 44. VFD Controller
  45. 45. VFD Installation
  46. 46. VFD Start-up
  47. 47. Soft Starters
  48. 48. Motor Control Troubleshooting
  49. 49. Interactive Quiz </li></li></ul><li>22<br />RSLogix 5000 PLC Training CDCLXTrainer CBT software for ControlLogix ™<br />
  50. 50. 23<br />RSLogix 5000 PLC Training CDCLXTrainer CBT software for ControlLogix ™<br />
  51. 51. 24<br />RSLogix 5000 PLC Training CDCLXTrainer CBT software for ControlLogix ™<br />
  52. 52. 25<br />RSLogix 5000 PLC Training CDCLX Trainer CBT software for ControlLogix ™<br />The CLX Trainer ControlLogix ™ Training Software (CBT) includes an introduction to ControlLogix ™ with an overview of RSLogix 5000 ™. Software CD has a final exam, laboratory manual and the ability to print a Certificate of Completion. This computer based training software , is an ideal tool for learning the fundamentals of RSLogix 5000 ™ programmable logic control. The look, feel and operation of our simulations so closely mimics Allen Bradley's latest software offering, that many need a second look to be sure its not RSLogix 5000 ™.(Especially if you currently own a copy of RSLogix 5000 ™ as you can open it from within the CLXTrainer.) <br />
  53. 53. 26<br />CBT PLC training, tutorial and simulator<br />2 CD Set<br />
  54. 54. 27<br />CBT PLC training, tutorial and simulator<br />2 CD Set<br />1st CD: The PLC Trainer version 4.32 uses RSLogix ™ ladder logic look and feel and now includes analog instruction, an area that has been overlooked by most PLC training materials. <br /> <br />2nd CD: LogixPro ™, an ideal tool for learning the fundamentals of RSLogix ™ ladder logic programming. The look, feel and operation of our ladder rung editor so closely mimics Allen Bradley's latest software offering, that many need a second look to be sure who's editor they're using. (Especially if you currently own a copy of RSLogix ™ as you can open it from within the PLC Trainer.)<br />
  55. 55. 28<br />AC Motor Controls CBT CD  <br />Introduction<br />Purpose of a Motor Starter <br />Components of a Motor Control Circuit <br />NEMA Starter Size Numbering System <br />Various Motor Starting Requirements- Single Speed, Multiple Speed, Reversing, Reduced Voltage, etc. <br />Common Motor Circuits<br />Symbols for Control Components <br />Manual Starters <br />Magnetic Motor Starter Operation <br />Standard Two and Three Wire Control <br />Wiring Diagrams vs. Ladder Diagrams <br />Troubleshooting Using Ladder Diagrams <br />Variations on the Motor Control Circuit<br />120-Volt Control vs. 480/240-Volt Control <br />Control Transformers <br />Proper Fusing and Grounding <br />Multiple Start/Stop Stations <br />Emergency Stop Buttons <br />Single Phase Motor Starting <br />Time Delay and Latching Relays <br />Pilot Devices - Pressure, Temperature, Level,<br />and Limit Switches <br />Power Circuits<br />The Combination Motor Starters <br />Checking Power Fuses and Breakers <br />Wiring Up a Motor Starter<br />Troubleshooting Control Circuits<br />
  56. 56. 29<br />AC Motor Controls CBT CD  <br /><ul><li>Description:   This training CD teaches you troubleshooting the AC motor control circuit, wiring diagram and ladder diagram. Perfect to train the AC tech on electrical and troubleshooting.</li></ul> <br /><ul><li>Most AC motors are started through a standardized control system designed to protect the motor, the circuit, and operating personnel. This training tool focuses on ladder diagrams, wiring, and troubleshooting techniques for the most common motor used in industry, the AC induction motor. New interactive exercises and quizzes help you hone your troubleshooting skills.</li></ul> <br /><ul><li>Main areas you will be trained in are Common Motor Circuits, Variations on the Motor Control Circuit, Power Circuits, Wiring Up a Motor Starter and Troubleshooting Control Circuits.</li></li></ul><li>30<br />Conclusion<br />This probably seems like a push for this company but the real purpose of sharing this power point is to try to help other Silver Flag Sites overcome some of their shortfalls . This is Tyndall’s suggestion for closing some of the gaps in our hands on trouble shooting piece. As you all well know, the ROWPU 1500 has PLC technology and the Dual pumping station has VFD technology. You may not be teaching the exact PLC and VFD but this sure gets us familiarization/experience on this type of equipment. It also covers some lighting , branch, and motor controls circuits so those blocks will be filled as well.<br />I guess the real surprise is you can order one of each of these products shipped to your location for well under the GPC max amount. Just go check it out and see what you think. Ramstien is doing something similar with welding. We are not recommending replacing real hands on with this but we are suggesting use this until funds drop for the real thing. Another plus is it is safe and requires no arc flash gear and no equipment maintenance.<br />If anyone has anything they would like to share with the other sites please do not hesitate.<br />

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