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Static Stepless Setup and Troubleshooting - 4.5 Days

Course number: 841
Length: 4.5 days
Price: $3125.00
Category: Electrical

Static Stepless is a solid state, secondary reactor control system for overhead cranes. This crane course focuses on practical information for set-up, troubleshooting and component replacement on the control system.

(What I liked most about the seminar was…) The part of understanding the rigging calculations.

Cummins EmissionSolutions Duane T.

The instructor was very knowledgeable. This was a very good course.
Instructor was knowledgeable and very helpful. Course was taught at a very nice pace.

General Motors Beau W.

Instructor was very well prepared and knowledgeable.

Gulf Power Donald H.

In general the whole class was very informational. It will help us repair our crane.
The tour to the other facilities were very good.

Wheelabrator Robert L.

(What I liked most about the seminar was…..) Although having some
knowledge of rigging practices previously, this course gave detail info on how to size rigging devices for various loads.

Cedar Bay Generating DC

Static Stepless is a solid state, secondary reactor control system for overhead cranes. The course focuses on practical information for set-up, troubleshooting and component replacement on the control system. This crane course includes classroom and lab exercises to reinforce the lesson plan.

CERTIFICATION

Students can take a written and practical exam to earn a certification card on the last day for $295 per student. Certification is valid for three (3) years

Course objectives

  • Understand the functions of all major system components
  • Use schematic diagrams to analyze and troubleshoot the electrical system
  • Understand the procedures used to test for proper operation
  • Explain proper set up and adjustment procedures for the system
  • Identify and correct motor problems
  • Learn proper use of test equipment
  • Trouble shoot hoist and traverse (bridge & trolley) controls systems

Course outline

  • Introduction
  • Safety
  • Protective features
  • A.C. to D.C. rectification
  • Wound rotor motors and Magnetorque operation
  • Magnetic amplifiers
  • Modules and circuits
  • Ancillary components
  • Functional Tests
  • Instrumentation
  • Control Module Tests
  • Resistance checks
  • Voltage checks
  • Tour of motor and magnetorque manufacturing facility

Contact our Crane Training Center for more information, questions or special requests.

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