Delta VFD course

This course is designed to give you a deep understanding of how a VFD works in an Industrial environment, the configuration of parameters, control philosophies, VFD selection criteria, and On-site troubleshooting concepts. †


Upon completing the VFD course from IIPD, the candidate should be able to perform the following functions at the site, †

  1. Locating and identifying the hardware system
  2. Selection of VFD as per motor capacity
  3. Do basic troubleshooting
  4. Configure Motor parameter
  5. Set up VFD for working with PLC or other hardware
  6. Wiring the Digital & Analog I/O's †


  1. Design of the System and Components †
  2. Electrical Basics Review †
  3. Different motor-starting methods †
  4. Incoming Power (line) Wiring †
  5. Motor (load) Wiring †
  6. Control Wiring †
  7. Keypad Controls †
  8. Terminal Strip Control - Automatic, Manual †
  9. Bus Communication Control †
  10. Open Loop Control †
  11. Manual Operation †
  12. Automatic Operation - 2/3 wire mode †
  13. References & Limits †
  14. Motor Speeds - †Min, Max and Preset †
  15. Ramp Times †
  16. Speed Reference †
  17. Skip Frequencies †
  18. Inputs / Outputs Functions - Analog, Digital, and Relay †
  19. Flying Start †
  20. Configuring using VFD Soft †


  • Understanding of Electrical Systems, Motors & Installations †
  • Basic Knowledge of Automation Systems †
  • Engr/Technician Level candidates †


  1. One to One - †Hands-on session †
  2. On-Line Sessions (Batch) †

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What is a VFD?


A VFD, or Variable Frequency Drive, is a type of motor controller that allows you to adjust the speed and torque of an electric motor.

What are the benefits of using a VFD?


Using a VFD can result in energy savings, improved motor performance, and reduced wear and tear on the motor.

What will I learn in a Delta VFD course?


In a Delta VFD course, you will learn about the theory behind VFDs, how to install and program a Delta VFD, and how to troubleshoot common issues.

Do I need any prior knowledge or experience to take this course?


Some basic knowledge of electrical engineering and experience working with motors would be helpful, but not required.

What kind of jobs can I get after completing this course?


This course can prepare you for jobs such as electrician, industrial maintenance technician, or controls engineer.

Is this course hands-on?


 Yes, this course is hands-on and you will have the opportunity to work with Delta VFDs in a lab setting.

How much does the course cost?


The cost of the course may vary based on the location, so it's recommended to contact us for further assistance.

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