Welcome to our industrial automation and electrical blog for the training of those in the electrical controls and automation industry. This welcome post will always be pinned to the top of the industrial automation blog. But scroll down to see the latest post. For organizational purposes, topics will be indentified by either "Electrical Blog", Automation Blog" or "Industrial Blog" for more generalized category.
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PLC and CNC troubleshooting flowchart:
This article by our mother company, about their CNC PLC Control troubleshooting flowchart is colorful as well as informative. It is divided by operator level CNC troubleshooting, and Maintenance tech troubleshooting. But the full article explorers a cross over section recommendation to reduce man-hour cost and downtime cost. More at BIN95.blogspot.com
Electrical motor troubleshooting:
Time for the reader's help. Please review the 8 primary electrical motor troubleshooting symptoms below. Do you feel they are in the correct order for the most common issue being listed first, to the least common being listed last?
Motor fails to start
High Noise Level
Overheating of bearings
Intense Bearing Vibration
Overheating of Motor
Motor takes too long to accelerate
Slip Ring Motor Operating at Low Speed with External Resistance Disconnected
Please use the contact us form linked to at bottom of pages, to let us know if you think the most common occurrence order should be changed. As the specific order of electrical motor troubleshooting symptoms can vary by industry, country/climate, etc. We will go with the most common on average reported over all industries. Just remember with your particular motor, application, location or industry, the order may be slightly different. Your feedback much appreciated.
Electrical motor troubleshooting: Electric Motor Troubleshooting Flowchart ← Click to see, It's here !! Thanks to everyone's feedback, we can now share the most comprehensive interactive online electric motor troubleshooting flowchart in the world! Please see and share with your friends on social media.
For the Industrial Reliability Engineer:
You reliability engineers out there should appreciate where Mike Sondalini is coming from in this article Alternatives to Lean Six Sigma Failures A reliability engineered approach to applying Lean Six Sigma. Actually everyone should, as each situation is different. A company in Japan will operate much differently than one in Germany, etc. Then there are variances by industry, country, size, etc. A custom engineered approach much better insures success and maximum return on one's investment. Plus, as Mike points out in the above article, if you are engineering an approach, it will be system wide, company wide. Not just product and possibly maintenance, but company wide from getting the order to delivery to the customer. Click on link above to read Mike's article.
More Industrial automation and electrical blog coming soon.