Upon completion of this course, you should be able to demonstrate
fundamental motion control concepts common to all Rockwell
Automation motion control systems.
This course is designed to provide you with an understanding of the
concepts, terminology, functionality and applications of motion control.
This course will also allow you to establish the foundation you need before
learning the skills necessary to maintain and program motion control
This course does not address motion control system design or specific
motion control software programming. If you are seeking training in these
areas, you should enroll in the relevant Rockwell Automation training
courses, making sure you have fulfilled the prerequisites for those courses
prior to enrollment.
Course Length: This is a three-day course.
- Identifying a Motion Control System
- Tracing the Power Supply to the Servo Drive
- Identifying Servo Drive Problems
- Identifying Motor Types and Components
- Identifying Motor Feedback Devices
- Identifying and Scaling Loads
- Tracing Signal Flow Through the Servo Drive
- Creating a Motion Profile
- Identifying and Applying a Reference to a Servo Drive
- Identifying the Elements of an Integrated Motion Application Using Logix 5000 Controllers
- Identifying Motion Modules and Axis Tags Using Studio 5000 Logix Designer Software