This is a three-day course.
Course Base Fees: $1,500 USD
In this course, you will learn the skills required to enter settings, test, commission, and troubleshoot SEL relays. You will:
- Review skills required to work with SEL relays.
- Learn about specific distribution relay testing considerations.
- Practice the acquired skills by working with different relays throughout the course.
- Gain familiarity with the operating principles of each type of relay.
- Explore the features of SEL relay technology to make appropriate choices when designing test routines.
A variety of SEL relays are used during TST 103, including feeder protection (SEL-751A), transformer protection (SEL-787), and directional overcurrent (SEL-351S) relays.
TST 103 is intended for relay technicians or protection engineers and system consultants with an interest in relay testing.
- Introduction to Relay Testing
- Overview of acSELerator QuickSet SEL-5030 Software
- SEL-751A Relay Overview
- Introduction to SELogic Control Equations
- SEL-751A Hands-On Testing
- Event Report Analysis
- SEL-787 Relay Overview
- Introduction to Differential Testing
- SEL-787 Hands-On Testing
- SEL-787 Hands-On Analysis
- SEL-351S Relay Overview (includes a hands-on exercise)
- SEL-351S Hands-On Testing: Part 2
- Negative-Sequence Impedance Directional Element (includes a hands-on exercise)
- SEL-351S Hands-On Analysis
At the conclusion of this course, students can:
- Establish communications with an SEL relay using QuickSet.
- Enter settings into an SEL relay.
- Equate Relay Word bits and SELOGIC control equations to traditional relay element outputs and discrete contact logic.
- Test, commission, and troubleshoot using metering, sequential events recording, and event reporting features of SEL relays.
- Calculate relay test points based on relay settings.
- Analyze relay response with information recorded by the relay using SEL software.
- Find information in the SEL relay instruction manuals.
- Understand differential relay concepts and determine appropriate test values.
Student Background and Knowledge
Before you attend this class, we recommend that you: