ePROT 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. 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.
The duration of the complete ePROT 401 course is 39 hours (38 hours, 55 minutes). In all, there are 15 topics/sections and 11 exercises. The course includes a 10-minute introduction with helpful information about the course format, how to mark a section as complete, video player use, self-check questions, etc.
The online course format has two folders of content:
CEUs or PDHs will be available on a section basis. A link to the certificate will appear next to each section once that section is complete.
Engineers who need a comprehensive understanding of the challenges and solutions for protecting electrical power systems would benefit from this online, self-paced, eLearning course.
Note: This course teaches fundamental knowledge but does not provide hands-on experience with SEL relays.
At the conclusion of this course, students can:
A degree in electrical engineering or equivalent experience is recommended. In addition, we recommend that you have: