Troubleshooting Skills Training System provides the electrical troubleshooting skills that industry demands
Simutech’s Troubleshooting Skills Training System offers a 5-step systematic approach to electrical troubleshooting for anyone wanting to enhance their troubleshooting skills. From apprentices to experienced veterans,this simulation-based training system provides the know-how, the practice and the feedback necessary to develop tactical and effective problem-solving skills.
Receive hands-on training on several electrical circuit simulations, covering key troubleshooting techniques, and prepare to diagnose a variety of problems on the main lighting circuit simulation. These simulations contain common components including fuses, pushbuttons, switches, relays, and lights.
With two unique control circuit simulations, including an electric door lock simulation, students will encounter a range of malfunctions found in typical control circuits containing components including relays, transformers, switches, and solenoids.
The multiple motor lab simulations and the industrial garage door simulation included in this module contain components such as three-phase motors, transformers, contactors, overloads, fuses, and limit switches. Apprentices will troubleshoot three-phase power circuits and the control portion of these motor circuits.
This program includes several circuit simulations containing generic PLCs with digital inputs and outputs providing the basic functioning of PLCs and their circuits. Over a dozen ladder programs provide a wide variety of circuit functionality to troubleshoot.
Troubleshoot complex malfunctions on this realistic simulation of an industrial process for mixing and processing fluids. The system uses 480 volts AC three-phase and contains a variety of industrial components such as pumps, agitators, heaters, temperature and float switches, relays, and timers.
The PLC in this simulation has 20 PLC programs available providing a variety of different processes. Apprentices will disconnect wires, take meter readings, and connect a virtual laptop to compare readings and settings against schematics. Examining pumps, motors, transformers, overloads and contactors apprentices will build skills while troubleshooting this complex industrial control system.