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US309 Circuit Protection and Application

ABB Low Voltage Division US Sales Training

Thursday, September 18, 2014 at 8:30 AM - Friday, September 19, 2014 at 5:00 PM (EDT)

US309 Circuit Protection and Application

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Introduction:

ABB Low Voltage Products (LP) training programs are intended for ABB authorized channel partners; including representatives, distributors, system integrators and service stations and our customers.

Our training programs utilize on-line tools, instructor-led training, hands-on labs and scenario based learning. These programs are designed to engage the student at the appropriate technical level and raise their capabilities and competency in using, applying, and servicing ABB LP.



 US309 UL489/1066 1077/98 Circuit Protection and Application

This training is an intermediate to advanced level course that provides students with an in-depth look at our circuit protection solutions and industry needs for molded case circuit breakers, disconnect switches, and power circuit breakers.  It will teach students trip curve selection, coordination types, electrical standards, application specifics, and troubleshooting tips using available programming and troubleshooting tools.

US218 - Circuit Protection Selection

US219 - Circuit Protection Application

US220 - Breaker Communications

US221 - Breaker Protections

 

Course Duration

2 days

 Course Objectives

Upon completion students will be able to:

  • Understand trip curve selection and adjustments
  • Identify coordination characteristics
  • Select protection products
  • Identify UL and NEC standards that govern circuit protection
  • Identify application requirements
  • Troubleshoot and correct faults

Registration Fee

This course is available to all ABB employees, channel partners and manufacturerreps at no charge. For the sessions in New Berlin, Advantage partners may opt to use co-op dollars for fees and travel. 

Prerequisites

Students should have working knowledge of power electronics, PCs and control circuits. Students should also have a working knowledge of using  test equipment such as digital meters, analogmeters, oscilloscopes,and computers.

Student must also complete the US306 Industrial Control Sales Training Program following on-line course prior to this training.  

  • Y012e - NFPA70e Electrical Workplace Safety
  • F701e - Basic Circuit Breakers
  • F702e - Molded Case Circuit Breaker Overview
  • F703e - Molded Case Circuit Breakers Applications
  • F704e - Emax Circuit Breakers Overview
  • F705e - Circuit Breaker Electrical Standards
  • F709e - Understanding Disconnect Switches

 If you do not already have ABB’s Training Partner Access to complete the assigned pre-requisite courses please complete the online form to request access.

A completed Knowledge Assessment is required to receive full credit for this course.You will need to bring a mobile computing device, such as a laptop or iPad to class as you will be instructed to use these tools in your course at the appointed time.

Continuing Ed Credit

This course is Continuing Ed accredited at 1.9 CEUs, certified by the International Association of Continuing Education and Training.

Recommended Hotel:

Atlanta Marriott Northwest Hotel

200 Interstate N Pkwy SE

Atlanta, GA 30339


If you would like to be included in our room block for Wednesday, Sept 17 and Thursday, Sept 18 book your room here.The last day to book for this event is August 22. There is a Standard Room Rate of $129.

Have questions about US309 Circuit Protection and Application? Contact ABB Low Voltage Division US Sales Training

When & Where


Atlanta Marriott Northwest Hotel
200 Interstate N Pkwy SE
Atlanta , GA 30339

Thursday, September 18, 2014 at 8:30 AM - Friday, September 19, 2014 at 5:00 PM (EDT)


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