This course covers the application, use, and control of motors and drives used in commercial HVAC systems. Topics include motor and generator theory, motor types, motor starters, motor controls, and variable frequency drives. Upon completion, students should be able to safely install, test, and troubleshoot motors and motor control equipment used in commercial HVAC systems.
|Pre-requisite(s)||Take One: AHR 111, ELC 111 or ELC 112|
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