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This HV600 HVAC Authorized Startup Specialist class provides the training and testing required to become a Yaskawa HV600 HVAC Authorized Startup Specialist. Students who take this class will becapable of starting up the HV600 drive and bypass. Students will be able to provide an extended warranty after attending the class and passing the certification.
Please note, this class will be held virtually and will utilize HV600 Software Simulator. It is recommended that students have some familiarity with the Yaskawa Z1000 drives, however that is not a requirement for the course.
Class topics include, but are not limited to:
- Model Number Breakdown
- Drive Sizing and Selection
- HV600 Drive Startup Programming and Wiring
- Completing a Startup Form
- Serial Communications
- V/f Pattern Adjustment
- HV600 Bypass Startup Programming and Wiring
- Chassis Types
- Bypass Components
- Drive and Bypass Fault Codes and Solutions
- Auto Restarts/Transfers/Speed Search
- Students will need access to a computer capable of running GoToTraining
- HV600 Simulator Software will need to be downloaded and installed prior to class (a link will be provided in the confirmation email)
Continuing Education Units:
Continuing Education Units will be awarded to those students that attend this training class in its entirety and pass the certification test with a score of 80%. Yaskawa does not provide partial CEU credits for less than 100% attendance. The certification class includes an exam at the end of the class, and if passed the participant is a certified Yaskawa Startup Technician. This provides an opportunity for a one year extension to the Yaskawa warranty if the certified startup technician performs and properly documents the startup.
The Yaskawa training class addresses specific issues of the students. Each student is asked about their drive experience, the drive applications found in their plant, and what they want to learn about drives. Once the students' training needs are determined, a course outline is created.