Troubleshooting, Maintenance & Repair of Small Refrigerant Electrical Systems

This course consists of 6 objectives. It is a 25 hour course and is accredited for 2.5 CEUís. Each student must complete 100% of the objectives with a passing grade of 70% on each objective in order to be eligible for the CEUís. Their will be no partial credit given.

    Ojectives:
  • 1. The student will acquire an understanding of basic electricity.
  • 2. The student will be able to recognize the difference between a voltage relay and a current relay.
  • 3. The student will be able to wire transformers and lighting ballasts.
  • 4. The student will be able to recognize the difference and identify a single phase capacitor start from a capacitor start and run motor.
  • 5. The student will be able to measure the starting torque, running torque, starting current, full load current, Kilaowatts, Kilovolt amps, Power factor of a single phase motor using a dynamometer.
  • 6. The student will be introduced to powerful trouble-shooting techniques and will use these techniques to trouble-shoot a cooling unit with an electrical problem and must identify the failed component on the first try and within 15 minutes.

For a full syllabus please contact Tammy Marcase at 717-843-3891

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