APP 700G: SEL-700G Generator Protection Relay
*Course Base Fees:
*Plus applicable sales tax.
This two-day course provides hands-on application examples and step-by-step settings guidance for the SEL-700G Generator Protection Relay.
- Day 1
- Product Overview
- Differential (87) Element Settings
- Stator Ground (64G) Element Settings
- Field Ground (64F) Element Settings
- Negative-Sequence Current Unbalance (46) Element Settings
- Overexcitation Volts/Hertz (24C) Element Settings
- Day 2
- Synchronism-Check (25C) Element Settings
- Loss-of-Field (40) Element Settings
- Restricted Earth Fault (REF) Element Settings
- Ground Differential (87N) Element Settings
- Neutral Time-Overcurrent (51N) Element Settings
- Voltage-Restraint Time-Overcurrent (51V) Element Settings
- Reverse Power (32) Element Settings
- Event Report Retrieval and Analysis
Participants should have completed CBT 101: Introduction to SEL Relays, or have:
- Basic familiarity with protective relaying, SELogic control equations,and front-panel controls
- Ability to set up a relay communications using acSELerator QuickSet® SEL-5030 Software
Utility and industrial protection engineers and power system consultants
Students should bring:
- A laptop computer with CD-ROM drive and a working EIA-232 serial port.
Ensure your access rights will enable installation of required SEL software.
- A calculator with basic math functions.
- SEL Compass® and acSELerator QuickSet SEL-5030 Software pre-installed
In this activity-based course, you will:
- Apply simplified calculation methods and recommendations
- Use data from real-world generator examples to develop protection
(in groups of two) will work directly with an SEL-700G Generator Protection Relay
to configure system data and determine protection settings.
At the conclusion
of this course, students can:
- Use acSELerator QuickSet® SEL-5030 Software to read and send settings to the relay
- Enter system and generator data into configuration software
- Set two-zone stator and field (rotor) ground detection schemes
- Determine effective settings for differential, current unbalance, overexcitation, and loss-of-field protection
- Protect small generators and large (387 MVA, 22 kV) unit-connected generation systems
- Synchronize generator-breaker close operations
- Verify relay tripping and protection for various faults and abnormal conditions
- Apply IEEE standards and formulas to determine a range of protection settings
Courses are conducted from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. each day. Allow additional time prior to the course to complete CBT 101 and to download applicable software listed in the What You Will Learn tab.
Two-day course includes CBT 101 pre-course download, APP 700G course application workbook, and a certificate of completion. Complimentary lunch and breaks are provided.