Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Build on what you learned in Basic Motor Controls, Part 1 by getting further hands-on experience building control circuits for motors.
Great for Journeyman Continuing Education! Recommended prerequisites for Electrician Trainees include: GET WIRED! 100 & 200 Series, 301, 302, 401, and BMC 1.
In the lab-based course, Basic Motor Controls, Part 2, you will learn about and gain experience with:
Learn more about and enroll in the Basic Motor Controls, Part 2 course starting December 1, 2018
- Sequential starting of multiple motors
- Control relays and their common applications
- Timers and timing logic, for example, on delay, off delay, etc.
This course is worth 16 hours of continuing education or electrician trainee credit.
Enroll online at the link above or by phone at 877-444-9322.
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