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Common Electrical Tests: What They Are and How They Are Performed

Event date: 4/19/2023 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM Central

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AKARD COMMUTATOR of TENNESSEE (ACT) sponsor logoPresented by Tom Bishop, PE
EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist

Assessment of winding condition prior to, during, and following repairs relies on a series of electrical tests. This webinar will describe four of the most common electrical tests, explain how to conduct them and assess their outcome. Topics covered include: 

  • Lead to lead resistance  
  • Insulation resistance (IR)  
  • High potential  
  • Surge  

This webinar is intended for service center technicians, field service technicians, and shop supervisors. 

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