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2017 Power Systems 103: Relay Commissioning I  - Columbus, OH

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A stand-alone class that has 
been specifically developed for 
engineers, engineering technicians 
and field relay technicians. 

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  • Introduction to Power Systems and Protective Relaying
  • Technical Tools
  • Instrument Transformers
  • Control Circuits
  • Transformer Protection and Control
  • Testing Power Line Carrier
  • Redundant Systems
  • Maintaining Relay Systems
  • Analyzing Relay Events

WHEN

Monday,  June 26 - 29 at 7:30 a.m. EDT

WHERE

Courtyard Marriott Columbus Downtown
35 West Spring Street
Columbus, OH 43215



 
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PGE Room Rates as low as $149 per night.
Reserve by May 26, 2017 for this rate.

Or call 614-228-3200 to reserve on the phone.


Contact Information
Sarah Salgueiro
Power Grid Engineering
321-244-0170 x-348
ssalgueiro@powergridmail.com 



 

PGE's Relay Commissioning 103 seminar is geared toward answering fundamental questions about Field Commissioning of Protection and Control Equipment. This class is beneficial for hands-on field technicians, new protection & control engineers and other utility company staff that want to know more about field testing. This class assumes a knowledge of topics covered in Power Systems 101 and Power Systems 102.

 
Download the 2017 Power Systems Seminar Overview here. 
  • Commissioning Tests; Safety Manual and Automatic Testing of CTs and Relays
  • Commissioning Tests; Testing Circuits, Wiring and Functional Tests
  • Commissioning Tests; In Service Readings
  • Commissioning Tests; Commissioning Numerical Relays
  • Commissioning; Projects Management

Course Curriculum

Seminar Cost: $895

Seminar + Printed Book: $995

The pricing includes all instruction, a flash drive with e-copy of the curriculum, breakfast and snacks each day of the seminar, and evening social events. A printed book of the curriculum can be purchased for an additional $100 per person. Seating is limited.