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CBT 751: Introduction to the SEL-751/A Feeder Protection Relays

Single-User Training

CEUs: 0.3

Course Base Fees: $USD370*
* Plus Applicable Tax


Description

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Course Information
 

CBT licenses will expire one year from the purchase date.

CBT 751 provides training for the SEL-751 and SEL-751A Feeder Protection Relays, which are extremely versatile protective relays used worldwide for industrial and utility feeder protection. This self-paced training provides an introduction to feeder protection using the SEL-751, including front-panel navigation and displays, acSELerator QuickSet SEL-5030 Software, relay logic, and arc-flash detection. Learn basic feeder protection principles, and apply recommended settings for comprehensive overcurrent protection.

Use CBT 751 as standalone training covering the basics of SEL-751 Feeder Protection Relay operations, protection functions, and settings. This training also prepares you for attending APP 751, a two-day, hands-on application course. CBT 751 is included in the APP 751 course price when purchased together.

This course is designed as a half-day program but is self-paced.

Audience

This course is intended for utility and industrial protection engineers and power system consultants.


Agenda

  • Relay Overview and Front-Panel Menu Practice
  • Using acSELerator QuickSet Software
  • Feeder Protection Principles, Device Coordination, Phase and Neutral Overcurrent, and Underfrequency Protection Settings
  • Arc-Flash Detection
  • Relay Logic Introduction, Using Expression Builder, Creating Display Points
  • Protocols and Remote Communications
  • Knowledge Assessment

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, students can:

  • Demonstrate navigation of relay settings and features.
  • Enter power system protection and logic settings using QuickSet.
  • Apply neutral overcurrent protection settings.
  • Implement a secure arc-flash detection system.
  • Apply and practice SELogic using best practices.
  • Create a settings file, and send settings to the relay.
  • Retrieve event report data.

Student Background and Knowledge

Before you attend this class, we recommend that you have a basic familiarity with SEL relays and electric power system protection.


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