Our advanced training software provides immersive, troubleshooting simulations that replicate the look and feel of real electrical components. The TPC curriculum can be reached remotely from a variety of devices, offering workers an accessible and convenient way to gain the valuable hands-on experience needed to quickly identify and resolve problems in real work settings. This training can prevent hours of factory downtime and save thousands in labor costs.
Our simulations recreate common electrical faults, errors, and malfunctions to allow your technicians to learn electrical troubleshooting by practicing it in a controlled, simulated environment.
» Realistic 3D environments
» Gaming interface with relevant feedback
» Interactive tools for testing circuit operation
» Adaptive learning with four fault levels
» Performance reporting with LMS integration
Online simulation training systems provide excellent tools for companies who need to enhance their maintenance teams’ troubleshooting skills, reduce production line downtime, and develop a highly skilled workforce in a safe environment. Simulation learning systems provide a modern, adaptable approach to electrical troubleshooting training and can be applied to a wide range of industries, including food and beverage, automotive, oil and gas, plastics, and industrial packaging—all within an industry-leading learning management system.
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Users receive hands-on training on a basic lighting circuit covering key troubleshooting techniques where they practice, diagnose and repair a variety of problems. The simulation explores common problems involving fuses, relays, pushbuttons, lights, as well as wiring issues.
Learners encounter a range of malfunctions found in typical control circuits. The circuit introduces the user to cascading relay logic and in addition to the components used in previous modules, introduces new components such as transformers, solenoids, and proximity switches.
The industrial garage door simulation included in this module introduces components such as a three-phase motor, contractors, overload relay, as well as limit and safety switches. Users troubleshoot a wide variety of faults in the three-phase power circuit and the control circuit.
This simulation involves a fluid processing system often found in industrial and manufacturing settings. Here your professionals diagnose, and repair faults commonly found in systems involving the heating, pumping, and mixing of multiple liquids in a batch process.
The PLC1 simulation enables your professional to view, download, run, and test ladder logic programs within the simulation and learn the basics of troubleshooting circuits controlled by PLC ladder programs.
The second of three simulations designed to provide all the information and techniques necessary to troubleshoot systems that include PLCs. This intermediate-level simulation builds on the basic PLC circuit by adding sequential logic to the programming, so that outputs are controlled by a specific sequence of input events.
PLC3 builds on the two previous modules and incorporates a process control so that the PLC circuit will run different processes depending upon the program running in the PLC.
Building on the first simulation, Troubleshooting Industrial Controls 2 (TIC2) helps maintenance workers practice the skills they need to safely repair systems involving complex industrial control systems involving PLC’s.
Troubleshooting Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) gives your professionals the knowledge and skills to troubleshoot VFDs safely, accurately and efficiently. The simulation comprises a basic sawmill operation in which VFDs control the saw and carriage motors.
Troubleshooting Industrial Sensors (TIS) is an advanced simulation, involving PLC control with the addition of analog sensors. Set in a greenhouse environment, these sensors are used to monitor temperature, humidity and light in real time.