Trimble MEP Software Training

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HV Distribution Training Course

Who should attend?

This course is for Trimble Electrical Designer Pro & Pro+ customers - consultants and engineers who work with or have responsibility for LV and HV Power Distribution Systems design, their on-going development, support and/or maintenance. The course is aimed at both new and existing users of PowerNet and Protect HV who wish to consolidate their expertise in using the software and refresh their knowledge of short circuit fault level calculations and the setting up of circuit protective equipment. Day 2 of the course, which concentrates on Protect HV, is also relevant to experienced ProDesign users who wish to expand their knowledge and gain further insight to Protection studies.



Aim of course

By the end of this course, attendees will have a practical level of competence building complex networks, running various fault analysis and producing data reports, while being able to use the software with confidence on the job.



Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the delegate will have understanding of:

Day 1 - PowerNet HV

  • The purpose of PowerNet HV and its various practical applications
  • The relevance of calculation procedures described by IEC 60909 to the operation of PowerNet HV
  • How to enter data to define cables, transformers, etc.
  • The use and implementation of both positive and zero sequence network data
  • How to produce calculation reports showing fault data and analysis at selected network nodes

Day 2 - Protect HV

  • Basic concepts of Selectivity in Protect HV
  • The purpose of Protect HV in the analysis of Selectivity studies
  • HV/LV products, Selectivity studies and how to check grading margins between selected protective devices
  • How to view and print commissioning reports and discrimination studies to LV or HV base

Duration: 2 Days Cost: £608 +VAT

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