This three-day class covers a combination of instructor led discussions,demonstrations, and hands-on labs. The students will experience learning to wire, program, and operate Variable Frequency Drives.
Class topics cover VFD theory, motor theory, input protection, output protection, dynamic braking, encoder feedback, safe torque-off, PID regulation, Ethernet communications, and VFD applications.
During the hands-on labs, students will learn about various control configurations and applications using their VFD workstation, HIM module, and hand-held VFD test module. In addition, they will have a hands-on experience testing and troubleshooting VFDs using various Fluke test and measurement equipment.
Roy Radziszewski is an automation and networks instructor. He teaches courses covering various types of Allen Bradley™ AC variable frequency drives, small and medium range PLCs, PanelView graphic terminals, and Networks (including Stratix switches).
During Roy’s career he has started-up, serviced and designed control systems, and has deployed thousands of drives for all types of industrial manufacturing applications.
Roy holds an electrical engineering degree from The Milwaukee School of Engineering and an MBA from the University of Houston. In addition, he holds programming certificates (C, C#, Android, and real-time embedded systems) from the University of Washington and University of California, Irvine. Roy is presently working on his CCNA Certification through Cisco.
This class begins on 6/28/2022 at 9:00 AM and runs for 3 days. Lunch will be provided.Cost: $1,695.00
832 Scribner NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49504