Control generation and distribution of electrical power.
What does a Motor Room Controller do?
Controls generation and distribution of electrical power from in-plant power station to plant facilities, such as rolling mills or machine shops, and maintains equipment in efficient and safe operating condition: Operates switchboard controls and monitors indicating and recording instruments to maintain adequate flow of electric power to current-consuming machinery and processes, and to prevent overloading of electrical generating and distribution equipment. Repairs or replaces defective motor-generator sets, transformers, switchgear, circuitry, and driving motors. Compiles power consumption and equipment performance and repair records.