October 15 - 16, 2020
Austria (Klaus)
English
C.0151.BBX
CPC 100, MPD Series, Primary Test Manager (PTM)

Measurements for Generator Diagnostics and Insulation Condition Assessment

October 15 - 16, 2020
Austria (Klaus)
English
C.0151.BBX
CPC 100, MPD Series, Primary Test Manager (PTM)

Summary

Become familiar with the principles of diagnostics on motors and generators. Get the most out of the test equipment. Learn how to perform practical combined measurements and to identify defects.

Objectives

  • Knowing the structure of HV generator stators and their typical weak points
  • Understanding the combined measurement method to benefit from combined / more accurate / comprehensive results
  • Performing the measurement method professionally and efficiently
  • Assessing the measurement results to draw conclusions on the insulation for condition-based maintenance planning

Information

You will receive a personal email with all course information such as agenda and route directions shortly before the training course.

 

Price details:
The training, the training documents, the refreshments, the snacks, the lunches and one dinner are included.

Schedule

1. day: 09:00 a.m. - 05:30 p.m.

2. day: 09:00 a.m. - 01:00 p.m.

Duration

1.5 days

EUR 1,035
per person, excludes tax
Seats available

„Theoretical and practical units came one after another so that the things learned could be applied immediately.“

Student's feedback

Through our courses, you will gain thorough knowledge of assets and applications in electrical power systems.

Application knowledge

Our experienced trainer takes your specific questions into account during the training. Every participant has the possibility to discuss questions with the group members and the trainer.

In-depth discussions

Benefit from an efficient mix of live presentations of the device, logically arranged theory content and practical measurements.

Efficient training methods
Seats available
1 Alternative Course Dates
September 26 - 27, 2019
Austria (Klaus)
English
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