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Troubleshooting Workshop

5811 E Berry Street
Fort Worth, TX 76119 United States
IEC Chapter Training Facility
10/17/2019 - 10/18/2019

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Two day Class;  

Thursday and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

IEC Member Price: $225.00 

Non IEC Member Price: $325.00 

*Register early, class limited to 20 students

Event Details

What you'll learn: 

•Improve your troubleshooting skills. 

•Know what meter type to use and what your meter reading means. 

•Knowledge of troubleshooting new problems, such as harmonics, transients, and overloaded neutrals. 

•Common electrical problems will be covered using test circuits, such as improper grounding, voltage flat topping, poor power factor, and correcting power problems. 

•Learn to use Min/Max, Relative, Peak and Hold functions when troubleshooting. 

•Determine type of any 3 phase motor and how to connect it without the nameplate. 

•Determine how to connect, program, and troubleshoot VFDs. 

•Understanding the difference between troubleshooting electromechanical and solid state compo- nents. 

Who should attend this two day, 16 hour program: Electrical Contractors, Project Managers, Electrical Technicians, Journeymen Electricians This seminar has been presented to such companies as Intel, Clorox, Disney World, Diageo Bottling, Abbott Labs, etc. and several other IEC Chapters, as well as government agencies like the Department of Energy and Department of Defense.

Additional Information
Event Contact:
Hank Strittmatter
Contact Organization:
Independent Electrical Contractors Fort Worth/Tarrant County - IEC FWT
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