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Clamp-On Ammeters

This is the final lesson in the iKNOWâ„¢ Ammeters, Meggers, and Wheatstone Bridge Library. This lesson presents the components and features and functions of clamp-on ammeters. The lesson also describes safety considerations that should be noted when selec
Professional Development Hours: 1

Multimeters Library

Professional Development Hours: 5

Limit Switches Library

Professional Development Hours: 4

Electrical Theory for Troubleshooters Library

Professional Development Hours: 12

Electrical Print Reading Library

Professional Development Hours: 8

Conduit Installation Library

Professional Development Hours: 3

AC/DC Motor Theory Bundle

This lesson covers the features, operation, and applications associated with three common analysis and identification, seal removal, disassembly, reassembly, and installation.
Professional Development Hours: 11

Oscilloscopes Library

This library contains nine lessons designed for the training of electricians and electronic technicians as well as for the multi-craft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities. These lessons are designed for participants familiar with A C an
Professional Development Hours: 9

Introduction to AC Components and Motors

Professional Development Hours: 1

Lever Actuated

Professional Development Hours: 1

Advanced AC Motor Principles

Professional Development Hours: 1

Frequently asked questions (FAQs) for Maintenance

Industrial Maintenance refers to the service maintenance technicians do in manufacturing and production settings to ensure optimal equipment operating conditions. Industrial machinery is used in various manufacturing settings and often needs troubleshooting and adjustments to work correctly.

An industrial maintenance technician is responsible for various maintenance tasks, typically in manufacturing. They install and inspect machines and electrical equipment and perform preventive maintenance to ensure that industrial machines remain operational.

There are five unique types of industrial maintenance: preventive, corrective, predictive, condition-based, and predetermined. Many companies find it difficult to differentiate between different maintenance strategies or what maintenance program is ideal for them.