In this online course you will learn how the SINAMICS GL150 converter works.
After the course you can carry out troubleshooting and recommissioning. For this purpose, you will also be able to back up data using the STARTER PC program.
You are responsible for service work and maintenance of medium-voltage converters.
In this course you will learn how the SINAMICS GL150 converter works in the circuit technology of the load commutated current source inverters LCI. This course covers variable frequency drives VFD as well as starting frequency converters SFC.
After the course you will be able to read and understand operating parameters. In the event of a fault, you can carry out a target-oriented troubleshooting and recommissioning. For this purpose, you will also be able to back up data using the STARTER PC program.
Design and function of the SINAMICS GL150:
Principle of a curent source inverter
Excitation equipment for the synchronous motor
Application as start-up frequency converter SFC
Application as static excitation equipment SEE
Operator Panel AOP30 and PC-Programm STARTER
Upload and download of parameter sets
Comparison of parameter sets
Reading and understanding circuit diagrams:
Input and output signals, setpoint channel
Control with CU320-2 and actual value measurements
Interface to PROFIBUS / PROFINET
Diagnostics and troubleshooting:
Checking the control and status signals
Analysis of alarm and error messages
Signal recording via trace function
Test functions after replacement of spare parts
Work safety on medium-voltage installations
Practical exercises on special remote training equipment
Knowledge of electrical drive technology
Knowledge of SINAMICS or STARTER is not required
For this training you need a computer with Windows7 or better Windows10 and a stable internet connection with 16 MBit. As internet browser you need Google Chrome to access a virtual whiteboard and to use our TIA cloud solution well. Platform for this training is Microsoft Teams. We recommend installing the Microsoft Teams App for the best possible use of all functions.
An introduction to the complete system and its operation under medium voltage (> 1000 V) is not covered by the course. This is usually done on site by personnel with the appropriate experience.
Price includes 10% introductory discount until 30.09.2020