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ON HOLD - 04/07/20 -Introduction to Alternating Current Motor Starters (Libertyville) IEPA#14761
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DUE TO COVID-19 CONCERNS, THIS CLASS IS ON HOLD. WE WILL CONTACT YOU IF WE ARE RE-SCHEDULING LATER IN THE YEAR OR CANCELLING/REFUNDING.

4/7/2020
When: Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Check-in at 7:30 AM
Where: Mundelein Water Reclamation Plant
1610 S. Milwaukee Avenue
Libertyville, Illinois  60048
United States
Presenter: Brent Studnicka, Strand Associates
Contact: Stacey Ramsey
866-521-3595 ext 4

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INTRODUCTION TO ALTERNATING CURRENT MOTOR STARTERS

DUE TO COVID-19 CONCERNS, THIS CLASS IS ON HOLD.  WE WILL CONTACT YOU IF WE ARE RE-SCHEDULING LATER IN THE YEAR OR CANCELLING/REFUNDING.


CEU TYPE: Technical
Water Training Classification: Pumps & Hydraulics
Wastewater Training Classification:
Pumps & Motors
IEPA#: 14761

TOPIC: This class will cover the basics of single-phase and three-phase alternating current (AC) motor starters that are used in 120 volt and 240-volt nominal single-phase systems and 240-volt and 480-volt nominal three-phase systems. We will start with some very basic single-phase and three-phase AC motor fundamentals that are important for understanding how and why motor starters work. Once we have the motor fundamentals down, we will cover four basic types of motor starters: single phase motor starters, three-phase full voltage non-reversing and full voltage reversing starters (FVNR and FVR), three-phase reduced-voltage solid-state starters (RVSS), and three-phase variable frequency drives (VFD). In discussing each type of starter, we will cover how to select the appropriate motor protection features to prevent a motor from being damaged by overloading, loss of phase, overtemperature and other conditions. We will also discuss the installation of motor starters and how they can be applied as individually mounted motor starters, in custom manufactured motor control panels, and in manufacturer standard motor control centers (MCCs).

 

PRESENTER: Brent Studnicka, Strand Associates

CHECK-IN & HOURS: Check-in begins at 7:30am. The training will start at 8:00am and will conclude by 12:00pm. Earn up to 4 Professional Development Hours (PDH's) for engineers or Renewal Training Credit (RTC) hours for water operators. Continental breakfast is included.

COST:
Registration Type
ISAWWA Member Rate
Non ISAWWA Member Rate
Early Bird (ends 10 days prior to event)
$36
$60
Regular $56
$80


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