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DC Motor Controls and Troubleshooting

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Industrial Electrical Training Video Library - DVD 9

Section 4 - DC Motor Controls and Troubleshooting

Part 1 (17:10 min)
  • Components and Operation of DC Motors Types: Series, Shunt, and Compound
  • Application, Characteristics and Uses of Series, Shunt, and Compound DC Motors and their Wiring Connections
  • Field Winding and Armature Winding Circuit Representation
  • Starting DC Motors
  • Reversing DC Motors Using Drum Switches, Manual, and Magnetic Starters
  • Speed Control of DC Motors
Part 2 (21:03 min)
  • Acceleration of DC Motors Using Variable Resistance and Solid-State Controls
  • SCR Operation and Basic Troubleshooting
  • Introduction to DC Drive Speed Control
  • Deceleration Circuits and Methods Used with DC Motors: Plugging, Regenerative Braking, and Friction Brakes
  • Troubleshooting Series, Shunt, and Compound DC Motors
  • Checking for Open and Short Circuits in DC Motors

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DC Motor Controls and Troubleshooting

"You covered a huge amount of detail well. It was very easy to understand." - Jeff Camp, Senior Systems Engineer, United Control

DC Motor Controls and Troubleshooting

Just like DVD 8 (AC Motor Controls and Troubleshooting) - this program teaches the fundamentals of DC motor controls. In addition, we also explain how to look for the signs and symptoms of a failing motor.

We show you how to troubleshoot all of the DC motors found in your plant as well as how to prevent a motor from failing and shutting down a production line.

Troubleshoot and Avoid DC Motor Failure
  • Keep the production line running—learn to troubleshoot and control the speed of DC motors

  • Avoid the most common mistakes made during the installation and maintenance of brushes

  • Learn how to detect an SCR fault in the power bridge of a DC drive

  • See how noise can affect the operation of a DC drive and learn how to correct it

  • Troubleshoot both the circuits and components used in the three most common methods of decelerating a DC motor

  • Bring full-voltage and reduced-voltage DC motors back on-line fast

     

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