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Electric Motor Control

Credits: 2
Course Number: 10-413-304

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Course Description

10-413-304 ELECTRIC MOTOR CONTROL ...motor starters, overcurrent protection, overload protection, motor branch circuits, starting methods, troubleshooting motor circuits, and an introduction to PLC's. (Prerequisite: 10-413-303, Industrial Controls)

Course Typically Offered

  • Spring

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What will I learn?

  1. Describe the operation of an electric motor starter.
  2. Differentiate between several types of overload relays.
  3. Design circuits that will reverse the direction of rotation of various kinds of motors.
  4. Examine the various methods used to start electric motors.
  5. Incorporate several kinds of load devices into motor control design.
  6. Troubleshoot motor control circuits.
  7. Identify the major components used in a programmable logic control system.
  8. Program basic control circuits into a programmable logic controller.
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2 classes found

Class Number: 21608

Date:
-
Delivery:
In-Person
Term:
Spring 2025
Session:
8W2
Green Bay Campus Room ET129J
4/14/2025 - 5/15/2025
M, Tu, W, Th — 12:30 PM - 3:20 PM
$357.70

Class Number: 21607

Date:
-
Delivery:
In-Person
Term:
Spring 2025
Session:
8W2
Green Bay Campus Room ET129J
4/14/2025 - 5/15/2025
M, Tu, W, Th — 8:30 AM - 11:20 AM
$357.70
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