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Power Electronics: Drive-Systems - Medium Voltage Drives

291 MV7000

Course Objectives

This course introduces MV7000 3-phase technology with a voltage link circuit. Participants will learn MV7000 operating principles, details about handling medium voltage technology units, how to download and backup using HPCi drive software, and fault finding, troubleshooting and maintenance.
 
Learning Outcomes 
Independent fault finding and maintenance
 
Prerequisites
Use of a PC, Knowledge of 3-phase technology and asynchronous machines, HPCi-basic knowledge
 
Participants
Commissioning engineers, commissioning technicians and service personnel
 
Duration
3 days
 
Location
Berlin, Houston
 
 
 

292 MV7000 with basics of HPCi/control hardware with VMIC + ICP  

Course Objectives
This course covers HPCi system structure, concepts, and use. Participants will learn about the MV7000’s three-phase technology with a voltage link circuit, as well as principles of operation, how to handle medium voltage technology units, how to download and back up HPCi controller drive software, and fault finding, troubleshooting and maintenance.
 
Learning Outcomes 
Independent fault finding and maintenance
 
Prerequisites
Use of a PC, Knowledge of 3-phase technology and asynchronous machines, HPCi-basic knowledge
 
Participants
Commissioning engineers, commissioning technicians and service personnel
 
Duration
5 days
 
Location
Berlin
 
 
 
 

293 MV7000 with basics of HPCi / control hardware with PECe + PIBe 

Course Objectives
This course covers 3-phase technology HPCi system structure, concepts, and use.
Participants will learn about the MV7000’s three-phase technology with a voltage link
circuit, as well as principles of operation, how to handle medium voltage technology
units, how to download and back up HPCi controller drive software, and fault finding,
troubleshooting and maintenance.
 
Learning Outcomes
Independent fault finding and maintenance
 
Prerequisites
Use of a PC, Knowledge of 3-phase technology and asynchronous machines
 
Participants
Commissioning engineers, commissioning technicians and service personnel
 
Duration
5 days
 
Location
Berlin
 
 
 
 

294 MV7000 Variable Frequency Drives Maintenance

Course Description
The maintenance course includes practical exercises on either a full training drive system or suitcase training drive system or mobile training center, depending on location and availability. Courses ma be also delivered on board, using the customer's drive equipment as available.
 
Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the maintenance course, attendees will be able to perform periodic maintenance, identify faulty units and replace with onboard spares. Exercises utilizing drive control and motor mock-up equipment will enhance ability ability to monitor, control and maintain the system.
 
Prerequisites
General electrical background, basic computer skills; Staff attending should be familiar with vessel operational procedures 
 
Participants
Engineers, electricians and electronic technicians on board vessels equipped with these drives; project staff, electrical support and engineering staff
 
Duration
3 days
 
Location
Macaé, Belfort
 
 
 

297 MV7000 Drive for MV ASY Motor with PECe control system

Course Objectives
This training has five main parts. The first part will cover theoretical reminders. A general presentation of MV7000 will follow. After that, the MV7000 PECe CONTROL will be presented. During the third part the attendees will learn how to applicate the MV7000. This training consists of 40% practical exercises in which the use of a MV7000 PECe application through the P80i tool and piloting an AC motor are core parts. Therefore two MV7000 mockups equipped with their workstations will be used.
 
Learning Outcomes
  • Understand the MV7000 principles applied to the AC motor control
  • Know the PECe control system using P80i tool
  • Know and use the MV7000 dialog tools
 
Prerequisites
P80i knowledge is recommended
 
Participants
Engineers/technicians from maintenance, commissioning or engineering departments
 
Duration
5 days
 
Location
Villebon-sur-Yvette
 
 
 

298 SD 7000 Drive for MV SYNC Motor - General principles of command control

Course Objectives
This training has five main parts. The first part will cover theoretical reminders. A general presentation of SD7000 will follow. After that, the operating principle of the SD7000 VSD will be explained. The attendees will get a presentation of SD7000 PECe CONTROL and finally applicate SD7000. This training consists of 40% practical exercises in which the use of a SD7000 PECe application through the P80i tool and settings of SD7000 piloting synchronous motor are core parts. Therefore a SD7000 mock-up equipped with its workstation will be used.
 
Learning Outcomes
  • Understand the SD7000 principles applied to the SYNCHRONOUS motor control
  • Know the PECe control system using P80i tool
  • Know and use the PECe dialog tools
 
Prerequisites
P80i knowledge is recommended
 
Participants
Engineers/technicians from maintenance, commissioning or engineering departments
 
Duration
5 days
 
Location
Villebon-sur-Yvette
 
 
 

299 MV7000  Drive Control - Operation and maintenance

Course Objectives
After the theoretical reminders, the trainees will get a general presentation of MV7000 as well as of MV70000 control system. After that, the application of MV7000 will be explained. This training consists of 60% practical exercises in which the configuration and the use of commands will be trained.
 
Learning Outcomes
  • Know the PECe or PEC VME control system using P80i tool
  • Know and use the MV7000 dialog tools
 
Prerequisites
No specifications
 
Participants
Engineers/technicians from maintenance, commissioning or engineering departments
 
Duration
2 days
 
Location
On customer site (Villebon-sur-Yvette)
 
 
 

300 SD7000 Drive for MV SYNC Motor - General principles of command control

Course Objectives
This training has five main parts. The first part will cover theoretical reminders. A general presentation of SD7000 will follow. After that, the operating principle of the SD7000 VSD will be explained. The attendees will get a presentation of SD7000 PECe CONTROL and finally applicate SD7000. This training consists of 60% practical exercises in which the use of an SD7000 on customer site and the use of P80i are core parts.
 
Learning Outcomes
  • Understand the SD7000 principles applied to the SYNCHRONOUS motor control
  • Know and use the PECe dialog tools
 
Prerequisites
No specifications
 
Participants
Engineers/technicians from maintenance, commissioning or engineering departments
 
Duration
2 days
 
Location
On customer site (Villebon-sur-Yvette)
 
 
 

301 MV7000 Drive for MV ASY Motor with PECe control system

Course Objectives
This training has five main parts. The first part will cover theoretical reminders. A general presentation of MV7000 will follow. After that, the MV7000 PECe CONTROL will be presented. During the third part, the attendees will learn how to applicate the MV7000. This training consists of 60% practical exercises in which the use of an MV7000 PECe application through the P80i tool and piloting an AC motor are core parts. Therefore two MV7000 mockups equipped with their workstations will be used.
 
Learning Outcomes
  • Understand the MV7000 principles applied to the AC motor control
  • Know the PECe control system using P80i tool
  • Know and use theMV7000 dialog tools
 
Prerequisites
P80i knowledge is recommended
 
Participants
Engineers/technicians from maintenance, commissioning or engineering departments
 
Duration
10 days
 
Location
Villebon-sur-Yvette
 
 
 

303 SD7000 Drive for MV SYNC Motor - General principles of command control

Course Objectives
This training has five main parts. The first part will cover theoretical reminders. A general presentation of SD7000 will follow. After that, the operating principle of the SD7000 VSD will be explained. The attendees will get a presentation of SD7000 PECe CONTROL and finally applicate SD7000. This training consists of 60% practical exercises in which the use of an SD7000 on customer site and the use of P80i are core parts.
 
Learning Outcomes
  • Understand the SD7000 principles applied to the SYNCHRONOUS motor control
  • Know the PECe control system using P80i tool
  • Know and use the PECe dialog tools
 
Prerequisites
P80i knowledge is recommended
 
Participants
Engineers/technicians from maintenance, commissioning or engineering departments
 
Duration
10 days
 
Location
Villebon-sur-Yvette
 
 
 
Contact
Villebon-sur-Yvette: formation.villebon@ge.com