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2017 Power Systems 104: Relay Commissioning II  - Lake Mary, FL



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


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  • Applying Trig Functions to the World of Relays
  • Introduction to Basic Logic Functions
  • Discovering Transformers
  • Quadrant Diagrams, Math Operators and Directionality 
  • Converting Values for Relay Tests
  • Reactance Changes Everything!


Tuesday, July 18 - 20 at 7:30 a.m. EDT


Orlando Lake Mary Marriott
1501 International Parkway
Lake Mary, FL 32746

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PGE Room Rates as low as $119 per night. 
Reserve by June 26, 2017 for this rate.

Or call 407-995-1100 to reserve on the phone.

Contact Information
Sarah Salgueiro
Power Grid Engineering
321-244-0170 x-348


Download the 2017 Power Systems Seminar Overview here. 
  • Calculating Phase-to-Phase Values
  • Calculating Symmetrical Components
  • Calculating Apparent Fault Impedance
  • Impedance Plots
  • Views of a Fault
  • Relays by the Numbers

Course Curriculum

Seminar Cost: $725

Seminar + Printed Book: $825

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.

PGE’s Power Systems 104 Seminar is a stand-alone class that has been presented for over a decade. This seminar was developed for Relay Technicians by a Relay Technician. The seminar is aimed at Relay Technicians but engineers and  technicians from many other disciplines have taken this seminar as well and gained great insight into the world of protective relays. The Power Systems 104 Seminar provides the students with in-depth knowledge of how the protective relays work so the Relay Technician can better understand how the protective relay tests must work when executing testing & commissioning activities.