ELEC-2144 - Motors and Controllers

An in-depth study into the operation, application, wiring and troubleshooting of a three-phase motor and the controls circuits used in industrial settings. Included are the use of start/stop stations, emergency stop systems, forward and reversing controls, timing devices and relays. Also, included is the study of various types of single phase motors and their particular uses, the use of fused disconnects, thermal overloads, NEMA starters and NEMA enclosures for proper design in given situations.
Academic Level
Undergraduate
Subject
ELEC-Electrical/Electronics
Department
Electrical/Electromechan Tech
Credits
4
Prerequisites
  • Take ELEC-1217 or ELEC-1233
Corequisites
None