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APP ICON: SEL ICON Integrated Communications Optical Network

CEUs: 1.5
PDHs: 15

Course Base Fees: $1,000 USD*
* Plus Applicable Tax


Description

Course Information

This is a two-day course.

Course Base Fees: $1,000 USD

The SEL ICON Integrated Communications Optical Network is a versatile multiplexer purpose built for power systems communications networks. The ICON efficiently supports time-division multiplexing (TDM) and Ethernet traffic on a single platform and can also transport this traffic over SONET links.

The APP ICON course is interactive and activity-based. During this course, you will 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.

Equipment includes the following:

  • One ring of three nodes of the SEL ICON (either Protected Line Module [PLM] or Single Line Module [SLM])
  • One SEL-2407 Satellite-Synchronized Clock
  • One SEL-3360 Compact Industrial Computer with SEL-5052 Server Network Management System (NMS) Software to act as a client server (per class)
  • Two SEL-2726U Eight-Port Ethernet Switches

Audience

This course is intended for utility IT personnel, regulatory agency personnel, power system communications and automation engineers, and advanced technicians.


Agenda

Day 1

  • Review of Multiplexing and Time-Division Multiplexing
  • Network Topologies
  • SEL ICON Overview
  • SEL-5051 Network Management System Software Introduction (with exercise)
  • Hardware and Configuration Overview
  • Ethernet Communication Fundamentals
  • Choose one of the following:
    • Provisioning an Ethernet Channel With the Standard Line Module Exercise (with exercise)
      OR
    • Provisioning an Ethernet Channel With the Protected Line Module Exercise (with exercise)

Day 2

  • Nx64F Channel Programming (with SLM or PLM exercise)
  • Circuit Wizard Configuration (with transfer trip exercise)
  • DS1 Async Module Exercise (with exercise)
  • DS1 Sync Module Exercise (with exercise)
  • 422 Sync Submodule (with exercise)
  • PLM DS0 Grooming and DS1 Sync Overview
  • NMS Client/Server (with unprovisioning exercise)
  • Transport Technologies
  • Introduction to Virtual Synchronous Network (with exercise)
  • ICON Assessments

Course Outcomes

At the conclusion of this course, students can:

  • Identify the major features and functions of the SEL ICON.
  • Set up a node to configure, test, commission, and troubleshoot the following communications circuits for an OC-48 ring network using SEL-5051 NMS Software in a standalone environment.
    • IEEE C37.94
    • Transfer Trip
    • 10 Mb Ethernet
    • 100 Mb Ethernet
  • Configure GPS time source inputs for SONET frequency (SSM timing) and distributed time-of-day synchronization.
  • Configure security parameters in the SEL ICON to help meet NERC CIP requirements.
  • Perform commissioning tests to validate alarming and switching between nodes and around the ring.
  • Evaluate the differences between a standalone environment and a client/server environment with the SEL 5051/SEL-5052 Client/Server NMS Software.

Optionally, students will be able to:

  • Convert a SONET-based network to a virtual synchronous networking (VSN)-based network.
  • Groom DS0 circuits.
  • Configure, test, and commission other access modules.

Student Background and Knowledge

Before you attend this class, we recommend that you:


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Course Preparation

Make sure your laptop has the following features and updated software:

  • SEL-5051: The software download will be provided with your digital course materials 2 weeks prior to the start of the course.
  • Ethernet port.
  • Digital course materials: A link to download the digital course materials will be sent via email 2 weeks prior to the course, and a workbook will be provided on the first day.

Please ensure that your laptop does not have any installation blocks before you come to class.

Additional information is on the Course Policies and FAQ pages.