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TST 103: SEL Feeder Relay Testing

Overview

This course is intended for relay technicians or protection engineers and system consultants with an interest in relay testing.

In TST 103, students will learn the skills required to enter settings, test, commission, and troubleshoot SEL relays.

Students 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.

Agenda

Day 1
  • 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
Day 2
  • SEL-787 Relay Overview
  • Introduction to Differential Testing
  • SEL-787 Hands-On Testing
  • SEL-787 Hands-On Analysis
Day 3
  • 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

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, students can:

  • Establish communications with an SEL relay using acSELerator QuickSet SEL-5030 Software
  • 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
Course Information
Course Base Fees: $USD1,425*

CEUs: 2.1
Available Courses
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
March 19–21, 2019
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Location:
DoubleTree by Hilton Regina
1975 Broad St
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 1Y2
Canada

Additional Information:
8:00am-5:00pm each day

Recommended Accommodations

DoubleTree by Hilton Regina
1975 Broad St
Regina, SK S4P 1Y2

To make a reservation in the SEL University room block for the special SEL University nightly rate of $155.00 CAD, follow this link. The cut-off date for the special rate is February 17, 2019.
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
July 16–18, 2019
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Location:
SEL-Charlotte
901 Center Park Dr
Charlotte, North Carolina 28217
USA

Additional Information:
8:00am-5:00pm each day

Recommended Hotel Information:

Homewood Suites/Ayrsley
1921 Ayrsley Town Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28273
704-970-5500
Amenities: Free breakfast and dinner

Hampton Inn
9110 S. Pine Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28273
704-525-3333
Amenities: Free breakfast

Hilton Garden Inn
1920 Ayrsley Town Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28273
Amenities: On-site restaurant

*Please note that these are only recommendations

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Course Requirements

Prerequisites

Before you attend this class, you must meet the following requirements:

Course Preparation

Please check the General Course Information page for what you should bring to class. In addition, please make sure that the laptop you bring to class has the following software/features:

  • acSELerator QuickSet SEL-5030 Software with the SEL-787, SEL-751A, and SEL-351S drivers and instruction manuals, installed and updated through SEL Compass
  • SEL-5601-2 synchroWAVe Event Software 
  • SEL-5401 Test Software
  • SEL USB Driver
  • A calculator capable of performing computations involving complex numbers (i.e., TI 30Xa or similar)