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Intermediate Electrical Emergency Systems


Overview:

Fosber America's Training Department is offering a second class in the Intermediate Electrical Series. This two day session concentrates on troubleshooting and servicing Emergency Systems. This course is designed for Maintenance Technicians that have completed the Basic Electrical program or its equivalent.

Electrical maintenance personnel with would be well suited to this class. They would gain skills that would allow them to fully understand internal and external emergency systems to perform troubleshooting tasks.

Students would learn to identify and become familiar with emergency circuits and troubleshoot them as they are applied to industrial machinery.

Students would become comfortable with electrical prints, as found on Fosber machinery. Examples in this course are drawn from 24VDC control circuits, 120VAC control and 480VAC 3-phase power circuits.

This is an intermediate level course in a series of electrical courses to be offered by Fosber America. Future intermediate level course topics will  include PLC, Drive, Safety Controller, Emergency Circuits and Advanced Troubleshooting classes.

Visit:  www.fosber.com for information on this and other schools currently being offered by Fosber.

Outline

Day 1:

Emergency Systems

  • SPE/AOC
  • Syncro/CEC
  • Internal, External & Supervisor Circuits

Safety Controllers

  • Single Channel
  • Dual Channel
  • Safety Configurator
  • Safety PLC

Safety Components

  • Relays, Contractors, Switches
  • Identifying
  • Troubleshooting

Day 2:

Emergency System Documentation

  • Classic & Evolution Prints
  • 400 Style Prints
  • Interface Prints

Hands-on Troubleshooting Emergency Circuits on the Eletrical Training Center

To Register:

Please Contact Tammy Kohlbeckat Fosber by: September 1, 2017


E-Mail:  kohlbeckt@fosber.com

Phone:  (920) 338-6600

Available Dates:

School A: October 4 - 5, 2017

School B: November 14 - 15, 2017

Contact Fosber Training Department

 

Attendees need safety glasses, safety shoes and work clothes

to perform the procedures on the machine.

The school cost is $1,000 per person.

Prerequesite: Basic Electricity or Equivalent


(Class Size Limitation:  12)
 

Fee includes all training materials and lunch each day.

Transportation, hotel or other expenses are not included in the package.