Electrical Maintenance: Relays, Part 2

3.5 2 Reviews SKU: TDRE200CENDuration: 60 Minutes

The purpose of this unit is to continue the development begun in Relays, Part 1 by introducing differential and pilot relays and discussing routine relay maintenance. The relays examined are differential relays and pilot relays used for differential comparison, phase comparison, and transfer tripping. The unit demonstrates how to inspect and maintain relays and how to put them in and out of service. At the conclusion of this unit, trainees should be able to explain how differential and pilot relays work and give examples of situations where they are used. They should also be able to describe how to approach routine inspection and maintenance and how to put a relay in or out of service.

Course Details

Specs

Training Time: 60 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop Only

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages: English

Learning Objectives

  • • Identify five common relay elements

Customer Reviews

1/17/2019

The course was thorough and well detailed. The platform did not work well at all. Many of the page

“The course was thorough and well detailed. The platform did not work well at all. Many of the page video segments appeared with an error message. Sometimes I could refresh the screen and the video would load. Sometimes I had to close the course out completely and restart everything over again. This one hour course has taken me over 3 hours to complete. Very frustrating! Not a good way to learn.”

Warren W. Verified Customer

1/4/2019

Great Course!

“Great Course!”

Mark F. Verified Customer

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