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Understanding Electrical Diagrams Training

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Industrial Electrical Training Video Library - DVD 4 Section 3 -

Understanding Electrical Diagrams and Control Circuits


Part 1 (26:10 min)
  • Control Circuit Components and Representation
  • Power Continuity
  • AND-OR-NOT Circuit Logic: Understanding and Application
  • Electrical Diagrams: Ladder, Wiring (Motor Circuits) &Layout
  • Proper Reading, Referencing, Interpretation, Design, and Implementation of Electrical Control Diagrams
  • Control Circuit Examples and Implementation
Part 2 (26:02 min)
  • Adding Interlocking Memory to a Control Circuit
  • Types of Control Circuit Interlocking: Mechanical, Push Button, and Electrical
  • Magnetic Starter Wiring Diagrams
  • Interpretation of More Complex Ladder Diagrams
  • Layout and Connection Diagrams
  • Component Placement and Wiring

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Understanding Electrical Diagrams and Control Circuits

"You've made my job much easier, helped our electrical department, and lowered the overall machine downtime in our facilities." - Nick Meheula, Plant Maintenance, Oahu Transit Services

Understanding Electrical Diagrams and Control Circuits

All maintenance personnel must know how to read and write ladder diagrams - it's an essential skill. Plus, it's a prerequisite to using PLCs.

This program explains the fundamentals of simple control circuits and moves on to cover more complex circuits. Use this program to learn the basics and then go on to the next DVD (Preventive Maintenance and Troubleshooting Control Circuits) to learn troubleshooting. Both of these programs are our most popular companion programs!

Save Time During Troubleshooting—Learn to Read Ladder, Wiring, and Layout Diagrams
    • Protect your people—follow our four basic rules of ladder diagrams to implement a safe circuit
    • Add interlocking, memory, and cross-referencing to complex control circuits
    • Layout a control panel—from scratch to finish—just by following the wiring and layout diagrams
    • Implement motor control and magnetic starter circuit diagrams
    • Prevent faulty operations and equipment damage—use mechanical, push button, and electrical interlocks

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