Industrial Motor Control


Industrial Motor Control


Industrial Motor Control

    Industrial Motor Control By Stephen Herman. Industrial Motor Control presents the solid-state devices common in an industrial environment. This is intended to help the student understand how many of the control components operate, such as solid-state relays, rectifiers, SCR drives for direct current motors, variable frequency drives for alternating current motors, and the inputs and outputs of programmable controllers. Although most electricians do not troubleshoot circuits on a component level, a basic knowledge of how these electronic devices operate is necessary for understanding how various control components perform their functions.

Measurement, Instrumentation, and Sensors Handbook


Table Of Contents

Chapter 1 General Principles of Motor Control

Chapter 2 Symbols and Schematic Diagrams

Chapter 3 Manual Starters

Chapter 4 Overload Relays

Chapter 5 Relays, Contactors, and Motor Starters

Electric Motors and Drives Fundamentals Types and Applications

Chapter 6 The Control Transformer

Chapter 7 Timing Relays

Chapter 8 Pressure Switches and Sensors

Chapter 9 Float Switches

Chapter 10 Flow Switches and Sensors

Chapter 11 Limit Switches

Chapter 12 Phase Failure Relays

Electric Power Substations Engineering

Chapter 13 Solenoid and Motor Operated Valves

Chapter 14 Temperature Sensing Devices

Chapter 15 Hall Effect Sensors

Chapter 16 Proximity Detectors

Chapter 17 Photodetectors

Chapter 18 Basic Control Circuits

Chapter 19 Schematics and Wiring Diagrams

DC Motors

Electric Wiring for Domestic Installers

Starting Methods for DC Motors

Solid-State DC Drives

Stepping Motors

Variable Voltage and Magnetic Clutches

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