Fluke’s 2017 Motor and Drive Troubleshooting Course improves diagnostic skills
May 1, 2017 - You don’t have to be constantly troubleshooting the same motor and drive problem, according to Fluke, who released its new Motor and Drive Troubleshooting Course recently to help “maintenance professionals can gain the practical diagnostic skills needed to better understand motor/drive system health and significantly improve equipment reliability”.
The online course is designed for those who have a working understanding of motor drive systems to better identify, diagnose, and resolve electrical, electronic and mechanical issues.
• How to improve motor/drive inspection and diagnostic skills for quick repairs,
• How to evaluate component failure, installation issues, and deeper system level issues,
• How to identify the root cause of failures.
The training is broken into three modules, which can be taken separately or as a comprehensive course.
Single modules cost $110 each and the full course costs $300.
Participants who have completed the full course and passed the final test receive a certificate of completion.
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