Megger to present relay events in Ohio and Pennsylvania
Experts from Dallas, Texas and international offices of power testing Megger will present two locally-focused relay events in Ohio and Pennsylvania in July.
Dallas—Experts from Dallas, Texas and international offices of power testing Megger will be presenting two locally-focused relay events in Ohio and Pennsylvania in July.
Come See Megger’s Presentation
The theme of both of these 2012 conferences is “Understanding the Elements of Relay and Protection System Testing,” and Megger will offer two events to choose from.
The first event will be held Tuesday, July 10, 2012, in Pittsburgh, Pa., at the Courtyard by Marriott Monroeville at 3962 William Penn Highway in Pittsburgh suburb Monroeville.
The second event will be held Thursday, July 12, 2012, in Columbus, Ohio, at the Courtyard by Marriott Columbus Airport at 2901 Airport Drive in Columbus.
Both events are free but require pre-registration. You can register for either event by calling 1-214-330-3539 or visiting their respective registration websites http://www.regonline.com/meggerpittsburgh or http://www.regonline.com/meggerohio.
The event includes hands-on real application testing, along with presentations about the development of effective protective systems measurements. This subject matter will appeal to a wide-range of power industry experts, including: relay and protection engineers, substation maintenance supervisors, relay technicians, substation technicians, quality and assurance managers, consulting engineers, power system maintenance managers and power system maintenance engineers.
The tutorial will describe various procedures on performing effective measurements and will offer instruction about the following:
• Testing of 87 elements
• Testing of 67 & 32R elements
• Testing of 79 elements
• Testing of 81 & 81R elements
• Testing of 27,49,50,51, & 59 elements
• Testing of 21 elements
Megger’s subject matter experts will teach these events, including: Jason Buneo, Jammie Lee, Rene Aguilar, James Ariza and Alex Lindemeier.
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