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The Electrical Series Fall 2011 Electricity, Motors and Meters September 14, 2011
Ladder Logic Variable Frequency Drives
November 3, 2011
Motor Control Circuits
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October 26 & 27, 2011
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Electricity, Motors and Meters September 14, 2011 Course Code: EO0707CA12 Instructor: Sheldon Kay Registration fee: $270 Multi fee: $250 NJ licensed water operators $135 (T, W or VSWS only) 0.6 CEUs/6 TCHs for water and wastewater license holders Approval #01-090002-30 This course has been designed to introduce attendees to the basics of electrical technology, including electrical terminology, theory, common circuit design, test equipment, safety concerns and motor plate name data. The material covered is easily understood through the use of simple terms and the use of real-life experiences as examples. A great introduction or refresher! Topics include: • Fundamentals of voltage, current and resistance • Basic circuits and motor name plate data • Multimeter functions and meggar use • Clamp-on amp probe use and circuit protection.
Upcoming Classes of Interest Industrial Wastewater (N license) Sept. 6 - Dec. 22, 2011 Advanced Water Operations (T2/W2 license) Sept. 14, 2011 - May 16, 2012
November 30, December 1 & 2, 2011
Improving Your Management Skills Sept. 15 & 16, 2011
December 14 - 16, 2011
Safe Drinking Water Act Regulatory Update Jan. 26 and Feb. 2, 2012
O & M of Pumps
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Motor Control Circuits: Wiring to Troubleshooting
O & M of Pumps
October 26 & 27, 2011 Course Code: EO711CA12 Instructor: Terry Tomsky Registration fee: $370 Multi fee: $345 NJ licensed water operators: $185 (T, W or VSWS only) 1.2 CEUs/12 TCHs for water and wastewater license holders Approval #01-090005-30
Course code: EO0709CA12 Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 & 2, 2011 Instructor: Terry Tomsky Registration fee: $485 Multi fee: $455 NJ licensed water operators: $242.50 (T, W or VSWS only) 1.8 CEUs/18 TCHs for water and wastewater license holders Approval #01-090006-30
December 14-16, 2011 Course Code: EO0710CA12 Instructors: Terry Tomsky and Robert Waldron Registration fee: $485 Multi fee: $455 NJ licensed water operators: $242.50 (T, W or VSWS only) 1.8 CEUs/18 TCHs for water and wastewater license holders Approval #01-090010-30
This course will present the theory of control operation and the proper techniques for diagramming control circuits. Once you are familiar with the basic circuit, you will be shown how to apply the same theories to more complex systems to quickly troubleshoot and repair equipment. Topics will include:
This is without a doubt, our most popular hands-on course! You will learn and practice accepted procedures for both daily and long term maintenance of pumps and related equipment. Proactive maintenance and a thorough understanding of the inner workings of a pump can save time and increase the efficiency of your operation. Topics will include: types and uses of pumps, terms and classifications, mechanical seals, pump head calculations and performance curves.
One of our popular hands-on courses taught by one of our most popular instructors. The course will show you how line diagrams provide fast and easily understood pictures of control circuit operations. Topics include: ladder diagrams, circuit design, voltage back feeds and control circuit basics. PLEASE BRING YOUR VOLT/OHM METER!!
• Basic control circuit and holding circuit wiring • Permissive circuits and light indication wiring • Time interface circuits • Electrical interlock interfacing circuits and timers.
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Variable Frequency Drives November 3, 2011 Instructor: Joseph Longo Course Code: EO0706CA12 Registration fee: $270 Multi fee: $250 NJ licensed water operators: $135 (T, W or VSWS only) 0.6 CEUs/6 TCHs for water and wastewater license holders Approval #01-090008-30
This class will introduce you to variable frequency drives (VFDs) and the reasons for their application in controlling the rotational speed of motors and other electrical equipment. While most control circuits used in industrial or commercial applications still use mechanical operating systems, the application of VFD’s is increasing as a way to reduce power consumption and other operating costs. Topics will include: • VFD theory operation and application • Control status, monitoring and troubleshooting of VFDs www.cpe.rutgers.edu
• New installations, startup/feedback controls • Maintaining, servicing and operating VFDs.
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Published on Jun 21, 2011
The Fall 2011 Electrical Training Course Series includes the following classes: Electricity, Motors & Meters, Ladder Logic, Variable Frequen...