We are excited to host the Spring Virtual Seminar—a brand-new online platform designed to share the latest solutions from SEL.
SEL Chief Executive Officer Dave Whitehead will open the event with a welcome address, providing an overview of our innovations over the past year and how SEL products are improving the safety, speed, and resiliency of power systems. After, top engineers from SEL will discuss advancements in time-domain technology and automation systems.
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) are available for those attending the live event or watching the sessions on-demand if completed by May 5 at 5:00 p.m. (Central Time). PDHs will range in hours depending on the number of sessions you participate in. To receive PDHs, attendees must be present for at least 75 percent of each session; partial credit or adjusted PDHs are not awarded.
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Presentations will begin live streaming on April 21 at 9:00 a.m. (Central Time).
Join Dave Whitehead as he delivers the keynote address, sharing the biggest technological advancements at SEL over the last year and our vision for what’s next.
Dave Whitehead, CEO
Tune in to learn about the SEL-T401L—a high-performance, easy-to-use line protection relay in a 3U package that delivers unprecedented operating times and is suitable for a wide range of applications. With simple protection philosophies and a reduced setting count, the SEL-T401L offers an opportunity to reset the complexity of line protection applications.
Amol Kathe, Lead Power Engineer, Research & Development
Learn about the new SEL-3350 Automation Controller, a flexible computing and automation platform engineered and tested to withstand the world’s harshest operating conditions. Additionally, discover the benefits of the new SEL Blueframe application platform and Data Management and Automation (DMA) solutions.
Mark Weber, Engineering Director, Research & Development
Watch as Frank Harrill summarizes the decades-long emphasis on supply chain security that helps our customers comply with NERC CIP standards and recent executive orders.
Frank Harrill, Vice President of Security
Join Dave Whitehead, Amol Kathe, Mark Weber, and Frank Harrill for the opportunity to ask questions about our solutions and engage with some of the driving forces behind innovation at SEL.
Breakout sessions are available with a live Q&A chat on April 21 from 12:30 to 4:00 p.m. (Central Time) and can be accessed on demand afterward.
Learn about the newly released SEL-TMU TiDL Merging Unit and the next generation of TiDL technology—and how it makes modernizing substations with digital secondary systems simpler than ever.
Explore the next generation automation controller roadmap at SEL as well as several use-case demonstrations highlighting new automation solutions.
Learn about the array of solutions available at SEL to improve protection, control, and metering for DER interconnection sites.
Explore how SEL-400G Advanced Generator Protection System technologies will improve grid-connected generation protection to make electric power safer, more reliable, and more economical.
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