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** These courses are developed to comply with Florida Statute 489.5185 et seq and are developed for Florida licensed electrical or alarm contractor**** These proposed courses will be outsourced to a third party NRA approved instructor
"Troubleshooting Hydraulic Systems"

This training program is an intensive 4 day,  32 hour course on fluid dynamic principles designed to teach you how to understand and troubleshoot hydraulic
system failures.  Understanding hydraulic system operation is mandatory for all industrial maintenance technicians. This training is vital for the efficient repair
of any electric over hydraulic machinery.

Part One: - Training segment 1 begins with the basics of fluid dynamics. You will learn how power can be transmitted through fluid. Part 1 then continues into
an examination of 2 way valves, 3 way valves, check valves and pressure relief valves. They will see how these devices actually function and how they are
implemented in an actual circuit design. Prior experience or training is not a requirement for this training program. However, those with prior experience or
training will gain a deeper understanding of hydraulic system operation.

Part Two: - In part 2, you will examine linear and rotary actuators. Double action, double rod, ram, telescoping, tandem and duplex cylinder operations are all
covered in this easy to learn training. Rotary devices like rack-and-pinion, rotary vane and rotary cylinder actuators are also illustrated in detail. In four short
hours your students will learn more than most people learn in a week.

Part Three: -  In the third training session you will examine common hydraulic pumps like the balanced vane, unbalanced vane, gear, axial piston and radial
piston hydraulic pump configurations. Part 3 also covers different types of filters and the purpose for using a reservoir

Part Four: -   provides an in depth examination of hydraulic motors, accumulators and intensifiers. You will learn the differences between spring loaded,
various gas charged and weight loaded accumulator devices. Safety dump circuits for the accumulator are also covered in this portion of your hydraulic

Part Five: During this training session you examine flow control and pressure sensitive devices in greater detail. They will also learn about air cooled and
water cooled heat exchangers. Testing the heat exchanger for internal leaks is also covered.

Part Six:  This part concentrates on hydraulic servo valve operation. Single spool, master-slave and proportional valves are all covered in this training
segment. The purpose of the LVDT is also discussed. This segment provides a very good understanding of hydraulic servo valve operation.

Part Seven: This session begins to apply all the knowledge you have gained in the first 6 training sessions by illustrating hydraulic prints with the valves
shifting position, cylinders extending and retracting, pressure relief valves operating, flow controls restricting flow and check valves opening and closing under

Part Eight: - The final training session covers basic hydraulic troubleshooting techniques, fault analysis, common hydraulic system failures and preventative
maintenance procedures which can be implemented to extent the life of almost any piece of hydraulic equipment.
Course includes:  Pre-Test and Final Examination, Workbook
Study Materials, and so much more.
Basics of Robotics
This amazing training program includes a 96 page workbook to supplement your training. Basics of Robotics covers basic operating characteristics of
Electrical control, Fluid power, Electronic control, Programming and mechanical fundamentals. This course is a great introduction for anyone desiring to learn
about basic robotic systems.
Designing Guidelines for Security Lighting
In this course we cover the relationship between proper lighting and levels of crime.  We address Community Responsiveness and Security Lighting Planning.
We look at the understanding when security is an issue.  Visibility concerns in Security Applications, Lighting Equipment, Security Lighting for Controlled
Spaces including Unoccupied Spaces, Office and Other Buildings, ATM's and Night Depositories, Parking Facilities, Residential Parking Areas, Public Parks,
Supermarket and Major Retail Outlets, Fast Food and Franchises, Convenience Stores and Gas Stations, Single and multi Family Residences, Retirement
Facilities, Schools and Institutions, Law Enforcement, Fire, Ambulance and Emergency Facilities, Hospitals, Hotel and Motels, etc.  Workbook is based on
IESNA G-1-03 " Guideline for Security Lighting for People, Property and Public Spaces"

Workbook is Included
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