Open Enrollment: Introduction to MCEMAX® – Course Objectives

Upon completion of the course the student shall be able to safely perform all MCE® and EMAX tests and use the test results to evaluate the condition of a motor circuit. This course is intended both for technicians who perform testing and analyst who evaluate the results.

Course Terminal Objective

The student shall be able to safely perform all MCE® and EMAX tests.

Course Enabling Objectives

  • EO 1 – List and describe the Six Fault Zones in an electric motor circuit, including which tests are used to determine the condition of each Fault Zone.
  • EO 2 – Identify the equipment safety parameters.
  • EO 3 – Describe the purpose and operation of all major hardware components and their
    associated controls.
  • EO 4 – Describe the purpose, operation, and major components of MCEGold® software during
    user operations.
  • EO 5 – Describe all tests, including initial conditions, performance of the test, basic
    interpretation of test results, and theory of motor operation as it applies to the test.
  • EO 6 – Identify the conditions that may cause the tester to capture inaccurate or unusable data.
  • EO 7 – Given results from specific tests, identify the most likely suspect/faulty motor circuit
    component and the next troubleshooting step to be performed.
  • EO 8 – Match applicable industry standards used by the tester to applicable tests.
  • EO 9 – Describe the purpose and functions of the MCEGold Utilities Menu.
  • EO 10 – Identify the proper methods for database management.

Registration/Information

For enrollment information please contact Luis Leon at 813-621-6463 ext 106.

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