$550

Power Quality Monitoring and Analysis Full Course

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Join Eaton's online training courses taught live online by experienced instructors.

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This eight-hour, live online instructor-led course is a modified version of our in-person course and offers 0.7 CEUs*.

Cancellation policy: Training fees are non-refundable. If you cannot attend, contact us at EESSDTraining@eaton.com not less than 24 hours before the course start time and credit towards future training can be provided.

Power Quality Monitoring and Analysis

Target Audience

This training program is recommended for any field service engineer, field service technician, power systems engineer or power systems automation engineer who performs power quality surveys or collects data for power quality investigations.

Learning Objective

Find and pinpoint power quality issues, measure them and use proven methods for correcting them.

Abstract

This course teaches engineers and technicians how to diagnose power quality problems and perform measurements of sags, swells, voltage transients, harmonic distortion and voltage flicker. This course will review using a variety of popular models of portable and panel-mount power monitors. Examples of real world experiences will supplement the theory to enhance the understanding of the material presented.

Course Topics Include:

  • Power quality fundamentals — disturbances, harmonics,transients, grounding, example waveforms, equipment tolerances, ITIC, IEEE 519-2014, and IEC standards
  • Techniques for identifying and analyzing power quality problems
  • Actual case studies and their real-world solution
  • Build your own equipment tolerance diagram
  • Monitoring transients, subcycle disturbances and flicker
  • Monitoring harmonics
  • Evaluating power quality problems using power monitor data
  • Special considerations for making measurements in high resistance grounded distribution systems and delta-wye power transformer circuits

Customized Training Available

In addition, Eaton can customize training specific for your organization on arc flash safety and a variety of other topics. To learn more visit www.eaton.com/electricaltraining or email EESSDTraining@eaton.com

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