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  • Residential Submersible Systems

    This course unpacks Franklin Electric residential submersible products, along with what you need to know in order to properly size, install, and troubleshoot. During this course, students will complete a series of self-paced modules and quizzes focused on electricity and...

    • Path
    • Duration 3.5h
    • Rating 4.5
    • Beginner
    • Credential
  • Residential Submersible Systems

    This course unpacks the Franklin Electric residential submersible products, along with what you need to know in order to properly size, install, and troubleshoot. This course takes about four hours to complete.

    • Duration 3.5h
    • Beginner
  • Introduction to Variable Speed

    This introductory course includes an overview of municipal water systems, similarities, and differences between a conventional and variable speed system, basic components of a variable speed system, including variable frequency drives, and how you can provide an optimal experience to...

    • Duration 16m
    • Beginner
  • Introduction to Variable Speed

    This introductory course includes an overview of municipal water systems, similarities, and differences between a conventional and variable speed system, basic components of a variable speed system, including variable frequency drives, and how you can provide an optimal experience to...

    • Path
    • Duration 16m
    • Credential
  • Meters

    Gain tremendous insight into a water system by using meters. During this video series, we'll cover the core tools you can use to quickly troubleshoot Franklin Electric products.

    • Path
    • Duration 30m
    • Beginner
  • Voltmeter: What is Voltage?

    One basic concept to understand while troubleshooting a submersible water system is voltage, measured with a Voltmeter. Key takeaway from this video: voltage is pressure.

    • Duration 1m
  • Voltmeter: Supply Voltage vs. Nameplate Voltage

    It is important to distinguish and understand the difference between supply voltage and nameplate voltage when troubleshooting a submersible water system. This video explains how.

    • Duration 1m
  • Voltmeter: Measuring Voltage

    When troubleshooting a submersible water system, a voltmeter is one of the key tools you will need. Watch this video to learn how to troubleshoot voltage with a voltmeter. 

    • Duration 2m
  • Ammeter: What is Current?

    Current is measured by an ammeter in amperage, or "amps." Amperage tells you how hard the pump and motor are working. 

    • Duration 1m
  • How to Replace a Mechanical Seal

    Over time, due to normal wear and tear, mechanical seals may need to be repaired or replaced. Let's show you how.

    • Duration 5m
    • Beginner
  • Ohmmeter: What is Resistance?

    In a water system, there is friction loss. In an electrical system, there is resistance. This video examines these two concepts and how you can use ohmmeters to determine the condition of your submersible installation.

    • Duration 2m
  • Ohmmeter: Measuring Winding Resistance

    The information in this video helps you further understand the condition of your motor. Learn how to use ohmmeters to measure winding resistance in a submersible motor. 

    • Duration 1m
  • Ammeter: Measuring Amperage

    A clamp-on ammeter allows you to measure the current in your submersible installation system without breaking the circuit. Amperage, obtained from measuring current, can tell you whether or not a motor is overloaded or underloaded. 

    • Duration 2m
  • Capacitor Tester: Troubleshooting

    For larger, single-phase Franklin Electric control boxes, troubleshoot the start and run capacitors using a capacitor tester.

    • Duration 1m
  • Capacitor Tester: What is a Capacitor?

    Capacitors, found in Franklin Electric single-phase control boxes, improve the performance of the motor. Rather than replacing the entire control box, consider checking the condition of the start and run capacitors with a capacitor tester. 

    • Duration 1m
  • SubDrive Products: Innovation to Conquer the Challenges of Today

    Do you want to simplify your inventory? Store less SKUs on your shelves? Or keep fewer units on your truck? With the versatility of the Franklin Electric SubDrive product family, cover ALL your constant pressure and pump control needs with...

    • Duration 1h
    • Beginner