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Yaskawa Expands Training Classes

WAUKEGAN, Ill. — Yaskawa Electric America has expanded its full range of training programs with two new classes for HVAC-specific E7 and E7/Bypass drives.

According to the company, the new E7 Level One class uses a hands-on approach and focuses on installation, wiring, and commissioning of the E7 and E7/Bypass drive. The E7 basic class covers features and functions of the unit, including drive programming for typical HVAC applications, with an emphasis on hands-on demonstrations.

Both classes are held at Yaskawa’s corporate headquarters training facility in Waukegan.

An up-to-date schedule of E7 classes can be found under the training section of Yaskawa’s Web site. For more information, visit www.yaskawa.com.

Publication date: 03/31/2003

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