Advanced Relays (hands-on)
ENOSERV and instructor Robert Hafer have joined together to present the Advanced Relays Training Course.
Equipping the relay technician to function effectively in the world of “reliability standards” is the focus of this reasoned curriculum. This course will provide the technician with the knowledge to comply with reliability standard PRC-0051b. The instructor, Robert, brings 15 years of protection relay experience working in transmission substations and hydro, coal and gas generating plants. With his 24 years experience in power plant electrical maintenance and substation construction, Robert is able to speak the language of the trainees.
Click on the titles below to learn all about ENOSERV RTS Advanced Relays:
- Tools of the relay technician and reducing human error
- Practical application of Symmetrical Components – the ground directional relay
- R-X diagram, Mho circles and impedance relays
- Micro-processor Relays –understanding logic and programming
- Breaker failure schemes
- Transfer trip schemes
- The "good trip" - targets, SER, and event reports
You will learn:
- How to recognize the human factor in work habits
- How understanding rectangular to polar conversions, R-X diagrams, Mho circles, and Symmetrical components makes a better relay technician
- Programming and testing of Breaker Failure Schemes
- How to set and test a electro-mechanical ground directional relay
- Calculating settings and testing of a KD-10 distance relay
- Programming and operation of a SEL-751A micro-processor relay
- Understanding operation of a SEL-311C distance relay with logic diagrams
- Operation of Transfer Trips Schemes
Prerequisites of this course include a math background in basic algebra and trigonometry. Students need a working knowledge of D.C. and A.C. theory with practical experience preferred in circuit analysis and troubleshooting. Previous exposure to protective relays is necessary. Knowledge of IEEE Device numbers will greatly assist the student in class exercises involving print reading. Students need to bring a laptop computer equipped with a serial port or a USB to Serial adapter and a handheld calculator.
What to bring to class
Attendees should bring his/her laptop with RTS installed. Workbooks, note pads and pens are provided.
Class times are as follows: Day One- 8AM-5PM, Day Two- 8AM-5PM, Day Three- 8AM-5PM.
ENOSERV Training Facility
ENOSERV training courses are held at the ENOSERV Training Facility in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Only ENOSERV presents training on any type of test set with numerous electromechanical and digital relay types. All classrooms were built from the ground up with only relay testing training in mind. Refreshments and catered lunches (entrees, sides, desserts) will be provided by ENOSERV. The address of the ENOSERV Training Facility: 7780 E 106th Street Tulsa, OK 74133
$1645. Credit card payments accepted online. Registration link is below.
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