APP 87 provides comprehensive application training for the SEL-387 and SEL-587, including experience with settings, metering, monitoring, event reports retrieval, and communications.
APP 101 is a hands-on introductory-level training course for new SEL relay users transitioning from electromechanical devices to digital relay application. There is special emphasis on how to set up and navigate SEL settings software.
APP 300G provides complete application training for the SEL-300G. Students work directly with the relay to gain experience with settings, metering, monitoring, and commissioning.
APP 311L provides hands-on application training for the SEL-311L, including metering, monitoring, and commissioning experience.
APP 351 provides hands-on application training for the SEL-351, including metering, monitoring, and commissioning experience.
APP 351R and 651R provides hands-on application training for the SEL-351R and SEL-651R. Students learn how to set, test, and communicate with the recloser controls.
APP 351R covers advanced applications of the SEL-351R, including selective load shedding, loop feed systems, and using dual recloser controls to provide premium service reliability.
APP 411L is an advanced hands-on course that builds on the introductory configuration and protection principles taught in CBT 101, and APP 421, and on the logic configuration principles taught in CBT 104. Students complete exercises to configure differential protection and advanced logic. SELogic control equations, distance elements, and directional elements are not covered in this course.
APP 421 provides hands-on application training for the SEL-421. Topics include how to set, test, retrieve and read event reports from, and communicate with the relay.
APP 451 provides hands-on application training for the SEL-451. Students learn how to communicate with the relay using acSELerator QuickSet SEL-5030 Software, determine protection settings, and use front-panel bay control features, among other topics.
APP 487B explores implementation of station-wide, low-impedance current differential protection and integrated circuit breaker failure detection using the SEL-487B. Students work directly with the relay to gain experience with communications, settings, and testing.
APP 487E provides hands-on application and settings guidance for the SEL-487E. Students work directly with the relay to gain experience with communicating, settings, metering, monitoring, retrieving event reports, and performing control functions.
APP 487V provides hands-on application and settings guidance for the SEL-487V. Students work directly with the relay to configure system data and determine protection settings.
APP 651R is a hands-on application course that introduces the SEL-651R. Students learn about basic recloser control functions, advanced capabilities, and application examples.
APP 700G provides hands-on application training and step-by-step settings guidance for the SEL-700G. Students learn how to apply simplified calculation methods and recommendations and use data from real-world generator examples to develop protection settings.
APP 710 covers how to use the SEL-710 to protect induction motors in an industrial setting. Students use real-world motor examples to complete hands-on application and settings examples.
APP 735 provides hands-on application training for the SEL-735. Topics include accuracy testing, applying SELogic control equations, monitoring energy flow, and communicating with the meter.
APP 751 provides hands-on application training for the SEL-751. Topics include settings, metering, communicating with the relay, performing control functions, and retrieving event reports. CBT 751 precourse training is included in this training package.
APP 787 provides hands-on application training and step-by-step settings guidance for the SEL-787. Students use data from real-world transformers to develop protection settings and configure system data.
APP 849 provides hands-on application training to teach students how to set and apply the SEL-849 in a simulated low-voltage motor control center. Students learn how to use the relay’s web server interface and Ethernet communications for real-world control operations.
APP 2240 provides hands-on application training for the SEL-2240 Axion. Students learn how to configure a realistic communications and automation scheme using the Axion.
APP 3530 ADV-1 is a highly interactive and activity-based course that builds on the content covered in APP 3530. During the course, you will learn and apply the advanced logic functions of the SEL Real-Time Automation Controller (RTAC) to create IEC 61131-3 programs, functions, and function blocks. We will discuss operational devices, such as the Program Operational Unit (POU), and will cover POU pin functionality and the use of library functions. You will learn how to program the RTAC using tools and building blocks to build custom applications.
APP 3530 teaches students how to configure a realistic communications scheme using the SEL-3530 RTAC and Boolean, math-based, and IEC 61131-3 logic.
APP 3620 bridges the gap between foundational cybersecurity competencies and practical application. Students learn how to configure and implement a realistic cybersecurity scheme that uses the robust security features of the SEL-3620 Ethernet Security Gateway and modern security practices.
APP ICON teaches students how to configure and implement a realistic OC-48 communications scheme and configure various circuits over SONET. Each unit of this course will guide you, step-by-step, through provisioning this comprehensive communications and protection scheme.
APP T400L is a hands-on application course that covers traveling-wave protection concepts and the SEL-T400L relay’s protection and fault-locating functions.
CBT 101 is a self-paced computer-based course where students gain basic knowledge and skills associated with operating SEL relays.
CBT 102 is a self-paced computer-based course that teaches students how to determine which event report types are required for various types of analysis and the process for retrieving event reports in HyperTerminal, SEL-5010 Relay Assistant Software, and acSELerator QuickSet SEL-5030 Software.
CBT 104 is a self-paced computer-based course that teaches students how to equate relay protection functions with logic diagrams and see how relay logic assigns protective elements to output contacts for control, monitor, and trip functions.
This complimentary computer-based course introduces some of the fundamental mathematics necessary to learn power system calculations.
CBT 351 is a self-paced computer-based course that teaches students how to implement, operate, and communicate with SEL-351 and SEL-351S relays.
CBT 751 is a self-paced computer-based course that introduces feeder protection using the SEL-751. Topics include front-panel navigation and displays, acSELerator QuickSet SEL-5030 Software, relay logic, and arc-flash detection.
COM 401 covers data communications used in industrial and utility power systems. Students learn how to make informed decisions about the appropriate design, purchase, integration, and use of data communications equipment and systems.
eAPP 3530 will guide you, step by step, through configuring a realistic communications scheme using the SEL-3530 RTAC. This is a virtual training course with self-paced recorded lectures, highly interactive and activity-based exercises, and three weekly check-ins. Equipment and a printed workbook will arrive at your location approximately one week prior to the start of the session. An instructor will be available to assist individually as needed, or via weekly web conference sessions with the full class.
eCOM 201 prepares students to implement multiplexer network applications and design a realistic multimode, SONET-based OC-48 network. This self-paced virtual course combines virtual training and exercises with opportunities to connect with instructors when you have questions or need further guidance.
Symmetrical components knowledge is an essential tool to understanding faults in the power system and how digital protection algorithms work. In ePROT 200, students will learn the fundamentals of symmetrical components, be exposed to theoretical and real-world examples to help them gain experience with the method, and apply that knowledge to analyzing and troubleshooting faults and problems on the power system.
ePROT 401 provides an overview of the principles and schemes for protecting power lines, transformers, buses, generators, and motors. The course provides basic guidelines for relay application and settings calculation. It also reviews basic power system concepts and describes instrument transformers. This self-paced virtual course combines instruction from SEL University instructors with exercises and provides opportunities to connect with instructors when you have questions or need further guidance. eLearning licenses will expire one year from the purchase date.
PROT 300 provides both theoretical and real-world examples to help students gain experience calculating and using symmetrical components for various types of faults.
PROT 301 addresses the basic methods, tools, and devices that technicians use in power system protection.
PROT 401 provides an overview of the principles and schemes for protecting power lines, transformers, buses, generators, and motors and introduces the fundamentals of wide-area protection.
PROT 403 provides an overview of the principles, schemes, and devices for protecting medium-voltage distribution feeders and buses. Topics include basic guidelines for overcurrent device coordination in radial systems and the effect of load and distributed generation sources on protection.
PROT 405 provides an overview of the principles and schemes for protecting medium-voltage overhead lines and cables, transformers, buses, generators, and motors. It also introduces the fundamentals of wide-area protection in industrial power systems.
PROT 407 provides an in-depth study of the principles and schemes for protecting high-voltage power transmission lines. The course provides advanced guidelines for relay application and settings for transmission lines, including series-compensated lines, and reviews time-domain ultra-high-speed line protection principles. Additional topics include the application and settings of power swing blocking and out-of-step tripping functions, an overview of power system faults, and instrument transformers.
PROT 409 provides an in-depth study of the methods used in designing complete protection systems for generation systems.
PROT 411 provides an in-depth study of the principles and schemes for protecting high-voltage power transformers, buses, shunt capacitor banks, and shunt reactors. The course also provides an overview of power system faults and describes instrument transformers, breaker failure protection schemes, and substation protection, control, and monitoring systems.
PROT 413 provides both a theoretical and applied introduction to protection of generators, large transformers, and auxiliary power systems and equipment at power stations.
PROT 415 provides an in-depth study of incremental-quantity-based line protection elements. Topics include traveling-wave protection elements and schemes and highly-accurate fault-locating methods based on traveling waves launched by faults.
SYS 406 teaches students how to configure a realistic data collection scheme using Team Software. Students are guided step by step through exercises to define, acquire, analyze, control, and integrate simulated system data.
SYS 407 teaches students how to engineer networks using software-defined networking (SDN) to enhance the cybersecurity, situational awareness, and performance of proactive operational technology (OT) networks.
TST 101 provides an introduction to testing SEL relays. Students learn basic relay testing skills; acquire skills needed to work with SEL relays, such as using Relay Word bits and relay event reports; and practice acquired skills by working with an SEL-311C phase and ground distance relay.
TST 103 teaches students the skills required to enter settings for, test, commission, and troubleshoot SEL feeder protection relays.
TST 107 teaches students the skills required to enter settings for, test, commission, and troubleshoot SEL relays for transmission substation applications.
TST 700G provides hands-on training for students to learn how to test, commission, and troubleshoot SEL-700G relays and define basic generator protection testing principles.
WBT 103 provides, in a virtual training environment, an in-depth understanding of the power utility’s application of power line carrier as it is used in transmission pilot schemes.