Mississauga, ON — Fluke Electronics Canada, a supplier of compact, professional electronic test tools, has announced a new series of Troubleshooting and Maintenance of Electrical Systems Seminars for industrial, plant and facilities maintenance professionals, electrical engineers, and field service technicians who maintain a wide variety of electrical systems or develop and manage the programs in their facilities.
This seminar will use a practical, best-practices approach to introduce new test tools and technologies, plus provide helpful testing techniques and tips for troubleshooting and maintaining a variety of electrical systems and components including motors, drives, distribution systems, switchgear and more.
Attendees will gain a practical understanding of the principles and real applications of test tools such as power quality analyzers, infrared thermometers, thermal imagers and insulation resistance testers.
They’ll see how the tools work on electrical systems and how to make appropriate and safe measurements to aid in troubleshooting motors, drives, control systems, electrical distribution systems and the many loads in their facilities. They’ll secure practical troubleshooting knowledge and skills by having hands-on equipment demonstrations that will bring the principles to life:
They also will see how to reduce downtime and maintenance costs by being equipped with the right knowledge and tools to accurately and quickly troubleshoot their electrical systems.
Dates and locations:
Sept. 29 – Victoria, BC
Sept. 30 – Nanaimo, BC (p.m. only)
Oct. 3 – Prince George, BC
Oct. 4 – Vanderhoof, BC (p.m. only)
Oct. 5 – Quesnel, BC (p.m. only)
Oct. 6 – Vancouver, BC
Oct. 12 – Sudbury, ON
Oct. 13 – Toronto, ON
Oct. 14 – London, ON
Oct. 24 – Edmonton , AB
Oct. 25 – Red Deer, AB
Oct. 26 – Calgary, AB
Oct. 27 – Saskatoon, SK
Oct. 28 – Regina, SK
Nov. 1 – Montreal, PQ
Nov. 2 – St. John’s, NF
Nov. 3 – Halifax, NS
Nov. 15 – Niagara Falls, ON
Nov. 16 – Windsor, ON
Nov. 17 – Kingston, ON
Each seminar date will hold a choice between two half-day sessions: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. or 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Attendees will receive a choice of a free 110 True RMS DMM, 62 Infrared Thermometer, or a 322 Clamp Meter, and a copy of <I>Power Quality — Measurements and Troubleshooting,</I> Second Edition, by ATP.
Attendance will be limited to a maximum of 20 people and the cost for each session is $155 plus applicable taxes. Members of the FlukePlus program for professional test tool users will receive a $20 discount off the seminar cost.
For more information, or to register, visit www.flukecanada.ca/seminars or call 1-800-36-FLUKE.