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Maintenance: Motor Controls
380 Deceleration Methods

CourseCode: SOC-MOTORCONTROL380
Length: 2 Hours

Target Audience
Advanced Level

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This class describes the various methods used to cause motor deceleration. It explains the situations where braking is needed and shows how braking is accomplished.

SOC-MOTORCONTROL380
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