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-Troubleshooting PLC Systems-
-Troubleshooting Relay Systems-
-Troubleshooting Servo Systems-
Troubleshooting Hydraulic Systems
Retail cost $ 215.00 Your cost $ 186.00
The "HYD" training program provides an intensive 32 hours of fluid dynamic principles designed to teach your students, or employees how to understand and troubleshoot hydraulic system failures. All maintenance repair persons should know and understand hydraulic fundamentals and circuit operation. Understanding hydraulic system operation is mandatory for all industrial maintenance technicians. This training is vital for the efficient repair of any electric over hydraulic machinery. Your people need this training if your facility has machinery utilizing hydraulic components. Suggested training time with final exam is 36 hours.
HYD Training Part 1: Training segment 1 begins with the basics of fluid dynamics. Your students, or employees will learn how power can be transmitted through fluid. Part 1 then continues into an examination of 2 way valves, 3 way valves, check valves and pressure relief valves. They will see how these devices actually function and how they are implemented in an actual circuit design. Prior experience or training is not a requirement for this training program. However, those with prior experience or training will gain a deeper understanding of hydraulic system operation. HYD Training Part 2: In part 2, your employees or students will examine linear and rotary actuators. Double action, double rod, ram, telescoping, tandem and duplex cylinder operations are all covered in this easy to learn training video. Rotary devices like rack-and-pinion, rotary vane and rotary cylinder actuators are also illustrated in detail. In four short hours your students will learn more than most people learn in a week. HYD Training Part 3: In the third training session your employees, or students will examine common hydraulic pumps like the balanced vane, unbalanced vane, gear, axial piston and radial piston hydraulic pump configurations. Part 3 also covers different types of filters and the purpose for using a reservoir. HYD Training Part 4: Part 4 provides an in depth examination of hydraulic motors, accumulators and intensifiers. Your students, or employees will learn the differences between spring loaded, various gas charged and weight loaded accumulator devices. Safety dump circuits for the accumulator are also covered in this portion of your hydraulic training. HYD Training Part 5: During this training session your employees, or students will examine flow control and pressure sensitive devices in greater detail. They will also learn about air cooled and water cooled heat exchangers. Testing the heat exchanger for internal leaks is also covered in part 5.
HYD Training Part 6: Part 6 concentrates on hydraulic servo valve operation. Single spool, master-slave and proportional valves are all covered in this training segment. The purpose of the LVDT is also discussed in part 6. This training segment provides a very good understanding of hydraulic servo valve operation.
HYD Training Part 7: Training session 7 begins to apply all the knowledge your employees, or students have gained in the first 6 training sessions by illustrating hydraulic prints with the valves shifting position, cylinders extending and retracting, pressure relief valves operating, flow controls restricting flow and check valves opening and closing under pressure. Learning to read a hydraulic print has never been easier. HYD Training Part 8: The final training session covers basic hydraulic troubleshooting techniques, fault analysis, common hydraulic system failures and preventative maintenance procedures which can be implemented to extent the life of almost any piece of hydraulic equipment. Table Of Contents
Troubleshooting PLC SystemsThe "PLC" training program is an intensive 8-part training course that will meet or exceed your PLC training needs. Within one short week, this amazing training program will have your students, or employees reading, understanding and troubleshooting Programmable Logic Control systems. The easy to follow lesson format allows each person to learn at an accelerated rate. The information gained from each lesson can be used immediately by those participating in this training exercise. Both rung and block format PLC instructions are covered in this complete training package. Suggested training time with final exam is 36 hours. A solid understanding of relay circuitry is recommended before presenting this training program. PLC Training Part 1: The PLC training program begins by comparing the operation of relay circuitry to that of the PLC system. Understanding these similarities will make learning the PLC system much faster and easier. The student will learn the sequence of events which must take place in any automated piece of equipment. They are also introduced to the three sections of every PLC control system. PLC Training Part 2: In part 2 of the PLC program your students will be introduced to the operating principles involved with the input, output and logic sections of the PLC system. Then they will begin their understanding of basic PLC logic instructions. They will learn about the examine ON, examine OFF and output instruction bits. Next, they will begin to apply these PLC instruction bits to actual PLC ladder diagrams. Common addressing techniques are also covered in part 2. PLC Training Part 3: In the third training session your students will gain an in depth understanding of the operating principles involved with the input, output and logic sections of the PLC system. Analog, digital and discrete modules are covered. Part 3 also provides vital information on common power supply problems. PLC Training Part 4: In the fourth training session your students will learn proper programming techniques. They will learn how to enter, edit, add or delete program instruction bits. The scanning sequence involved in examining the condition of the input field devices, comparing the program to the condition of the input devices and updating the output ports is all covered in part 4. Also covered are immediate update instructions and PLC counter instructions in block format. PLC Training Part 5: Part 5 continues with PLC programming instruction bits. Your students will learn how rung format counters function, block and rung format timer instructions function, latch- unlatch instructions, math instructions, comparison instructions and many more pieces of useful information. Our goal is to make your people understand how each of these instruction bits effect the total operation of the PLC system. PLC Training Part 6: In part 6 your students will learn about move instructions, the binary numbering system, decimal numbering system, how to count in octal, hexadecimal and BCD digital formats. They will also learn how to easily convert from one format to another. Since PLC systems are digital in design, this training is vital. PLC Training Part 7: Here your students learn how the PLC can be used to monitor and control a servo valve or servo motor. Part 7 examines the characteristics of the analog signal and digital signal. It then progresses into basic open loop and closed loop servo control systems. In this training segment your students will also learn proper preventative maintenance procedures for the PLC system, how to read and understand flow charts, error codes and fault registers. Basic troubleshooting procedures are also covered in this portion of the PLC training. PLC Training Part 8: In the final training session your students will learn how to systematically localize faults to either the input, output or logic section of the PLC controller. They will learn how to troubleshoot with, or without the use of the program monitor. Part 8 concludes with basic Safety procedures when working on PLC systems plus an over view of the material covered in the previous 7 sessions. Table Of Contents
Retail cost $ 215.00 Your cost $ 186.00
Troubleshooting Relay SystemsThe "RC" training program is a powerful 5-part training course in troubleshooting Relay Control systems. As with all UCANDO training products, the information contained in the relay training program is very practical and can be used on a daily basis. RC-5 contains all materials necessary to train 5 people. RC-10 contains sufficient material for 10 people. Both training programs contain complete video lessons, workbooks, pretests, final exams and a leader guide. Suggested training time with final exam is 20 hours. Relay Training Part 1: Day 1 begins with a pretest. After the pretest, the students examine basic electrical components like the 3-phase disconnect and circuit breaker. They will also examine fuse classifications, overload heaters, control transformers, push button switches, relays and motors. In the first day they will also learn about single phasing and reversing 3-phase motor rotation. Relay Training Part 2: Training session 2 continues with electrical component operation. In part 2 they will learn about latch relays, lamps, limit, pressure, flow, thermal, foot, proximity, float, key, rotary, multi-stage, push-to-test and maintained push button switches. Also covered in part 2 are timers, timer contacts, solenoids, potentiometers, diodes, rectifier operation, SCR's, triacs and more. Relay Training Part 3: During the third training session your students will examine cable connectors and terminal strips. After completing basic component operation, the program provides an introduction to relay circuit operation. Part 3 concludes with common Safety procedures which should be followed by all employees or students when working on any electrical system. Relay Training Part 4: The fourth session provides an in depth understanding of relay circuit operation. They will learn control fundamentals. The students will learn the difference between control devices and output devices. They will learn about relay ladder sequencing and how to wire control transformers for both high and low 3-phase voltage potentials. At the end of their fourth training session, your students will be able to read and understand relay ladder diagrams. Relay Training Part 5: The final training session contains useful troubleshooting tips and techniques. Problems such as locating broken wires, locating shorted components, how to find the cause of intermittent failures and how to locate the cause of a blown fuse and many other common electrical problems are all covered in part 5. The final exam is also administered in this training session. Table Of Contents
Retail cost $ 175.00 Your cost $ 155.00
Troubleshooting Servo SystemsThe "SC" training program is an intensive 8-part training course on DC and AC servo control systems. After completing this fascinating program your employees, or students will have the knowledge and understanding they need to competently Troubleshoot and Repair servo drive problems. If you have CNC or robotic systems operating at your facility, You Need This Training Program! Suggested training time with final exam is 40 hours. Watch some of the computer animation on this page and you will see why UCANDO is changing the way most factories train their maintenance. Servo Control Training Part 1: Part 1 begins with an introduction into servo control theory. Your students will examine fundamental operating characteristics of open-loop and close-loop servo systems. They will also examine basic electrical principles like Ohm's law and power equations, series circuits and parallel circuits. Part 1 begins laying a solid foundation for mastering servo control troubleshooting techniques. Servo Control Training Part 2: In the second portion of this amazing training course your students will gain an in depth understanding of DC and 3-phase AC motor operation. Permanent magnet and brushless DC motor operations are covered in great detail. Also covered are stepper motors and 3-phase squirrel cage motors. Your students will also examine shunt, series, compound and separately excited DC servo connections. Part 2 also explains the operation of 3-phase current and how it effects the operation of both AC and DC motors. Servo Control Training Part 3: No servo training is complete without an in depth examination of semiconductor theory. Part 3 meets this vital need. Your students will take an exciting journey into semiconductor theory. By the end of th e day they will understand how semiconductor devices actually work. They will examine diodes, bi-polar junction transistors, FET devices, MOSFET devices, SCR's, Triacs and more. Knowing how to troubleshoot and test these vital components is necessary for any servo control technician. Servo Control Training Part 4: This segment of the servo training provides a close examination of common feedback devices used to monitor both speed and positioning of a moving axis. They will learn how tach-generators function, resolver operation, incremental and absolute encoder operation, about inductosyn scales and linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) operating characteristics. Part 4 also explains how the main controller is able to monitor and control positioning of an axis. Learning how feedback devices function is vital to repairing downed equipment due to servo malfunctions. Servo Control Training Part 5: After completing the first four parts of the servo control training your students are ready to begin an in depth study of DC control servo systems and techniques. Phase control, ramp control, PWM and frequency control techniques are all examined. Also covered in part 5 are mechanical, dynamic and regenerative braking techniques. Part 5 goes to the heart and soul of the DC servo control system. Servo Control Training Part 6: Here your students, or employees will gain an in depth understanding of AC drive theory and operation. They will examine voltage source inverters, voltage variable inverters and current source inverters. They will also examine phase, ramp, frequency, pulse width modulation, and chopper control inverter systems. They will see how the 3-phase electricity is converted into direct current, filtered and inverted back to a pulsating potential capable of running an AC motor. Servo Control Training Part 7: Part 7 continues the study of various servo drives with the examination of the brushless DC motor drive, stepper motor drive and vector motor drive. Part 7 also covers system integration, external connections, avoiding cabling problems, proper enclosures, common electrical problems and proper grounding techniques. Servo Control Training Part 8: The final training session is centered around troubleshooting techniques. They will learn how to analyze servo faults, determine when drive adjustments are required, how to interpret fault indicators, examine common servo failures and learn how to handle them. They will also learn Safety procedures when working around any automated piece of equipment. Table Of Contents
Retail cost $ 215.00 Your cost $ 186.00
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