Throughout the year, we host technical trainings on a variety of topics to help engineers and technicians of all levels be more efficient, effective and safe in the field. Learning from the industry’s top experts, you receive real-world training that you can immediately apply when returning to your job. Discover what options are the right fit for you or your team.

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April 2019

Application & Testing Electro-Mechanical & Microprocessor Relays (Basic)

April 23, 2019 - April 25, 2019
Doble Engineering Company (Morrisville, NC), 2200 Gateway Centre Blvd (Suite 207)
Morrisville, NC 27560 United States
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This Application and Testing Electro-Mechanical and Microprocessor Relays course covers the testing of simple overcurrent relays such as time overcurrent, under/overvoltage and over/under frequency electro-mechanical relays. The course will start with basic level instruction on the construction and principles of electro-mechanical /microprocessor relays, including different components of the relay that need calibration and adjustments as part of testing. A brief description of the relays’ operating principles will also be presented, followed by hands-on testing of the relays using Doble relay test sets.

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Current Transformer Off-Line Electrical Testing

April 23, 2019 - April 24, 2019
Doble Engineering Company (Ontario, California), 1520 S Hellman Ave
Ontario, CA 91761 United States
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This interactive 2-day course focuses on theoretical background with practical field experience to provide engineers and technicians with the vital knowledge for offline electrical testing of current transformers. For each test, there will be an in-depth discussion of each measurement, physics behind the measurement, setup and test methodology, and acceptance criteria. There will be an in-depth discussion of each measurement, its purpose, and expected results. A Vanguard specialist will provide training to decipher and review apparatus test results so that they are clear and easy to understand.

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May 2019

One Day Laboratory Seminar | Watertown, MA

May 7, 2019
Doble Engineering Company, 85 Walnut Street
Watertown, MA 02472 United States
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This course is for substation engineers, plant engineers, chemists and equipment reliability specialists who review oil analysis data to assess transformer condition. Learn to identify and assess rapidly emerging transformer conditions with dissolved gas analysis, oil quality analysis and other diagnostic tools.

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Application & Testing Electro-Mechanical & Microprocessor Relays (Basic)

May 7, 2019 - May 9, 2019
Doble Engineering Company (Morrisville, NC), 2200 Gateway Centre Blvd (Suite 207)
Morrisville, NC 27560 United States
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This Application and Testing Electro-Mechanical and Microprocessor Relays course covers the testing of simple overcurrent relays such as time overcurrent, under/overvoltage and over/under frequency electro-mechanical relays. The course will start with basic level instruction on the construction and principles of electro-mechanical /microprocessor relays, including different components of the relay that need calibration and adjustments as part of testing. A brief description of the relays’ operating principles will also be presented, followed by hands-on testing of the relays using Doble relay test sets.

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Schematic Electrical Print Reading

May 7, 2019 - May 9, 2019
Tulsa Training Facility, 7780 E 106th Street
Tulsa, OK 74133 United States
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Those who attend the Schematic Electrical Print Reading course will be led through this fast-paced three day course by a current field trainer and former substation technician. Robert brings 36 years of experience in the electrical field. He is eager to share his experiences in using electrical prints for maintenance, troubleshooting, relaying, metering, equipment commissioning, and, most importantly, safety while switching.

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Condition Assessment Through Laboratory Diagnostics

May 7, 2019
Doble Engineering Company, 85 Walnut Street
Watertown, MA 02472 United States
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Learn to identify and assess rapidly emerging transformer conditions with dissolved gas analysis, oil quality analysis and other diagnostic tools. This interactive, 1-day seminar combines theoretical background with practical experience to provide engineers, chemists and others who review data with the vital knowledge and hands-on examples – including case studies – needed to interpret laboratory results to detect and identify problems with oil-filled transformers, circuit breakers and power cables.

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Circuit Breaker Testing Fundamentals & SF6 Gas Handling Fundamentals

May 13, 2019 - May 16, 2019
Doble Engineering Company (Ontario, California), 1520 S Hellman Ave
Ontario, CA 91761 United States
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This interactive 4-day course focuses on theoretical background with practical field experience to provide technicians with vital knowledge for optimizing circuit breaker reliability. The first two days will cover circuit breaker testing. Moving parts on circuit breakers wear, alignments and clearances change and critical functions can be negatively affected. Tests made with circuit breaker testers reveal these and other changes, in advance of a failure, which could render the equipment inoperable and cause damage to the electrical power system. An introduction of various mechanism types, interrupters and testing methodologies will be discussed. For each test, there will be an in-depth discussion of each measurement, setup and test methodology, and acceptance criteria. A Vanguard specialist will provide training to decipher and review apparatus test results so that they are clear and easy to understand. Test results will be used for reporting and maintenance purposes and used for historical data samples to improve maintenance schedules. In partnership with DILO, the second two days will focus on SF6 gas handling fundamentals including theoretical and hands on training pertaining to safety, gas handling equipment and tooling, gas analysis, transportation, regulations and reporting. Test results will be used for reporting and maintenance purposes and used for historical data samples to improve maintenance schedules.

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Application & Testing Electro-Mechanical & Microprocessor Relays (Basic)

May 21, 2019 - May 23, 2019
Tulsa Training Facility, 7780 E 106th Street
Tulsa, OK 74133 United States
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This Application and Testing Electro-Mechanical and Microprocessor Relays course covers the testing of simple overcurrent relays such as time overcurrent, under/overvoltage and over/under frequency electro-mechanical relays. The course will start with basic level instruction on the construction and principles of electro-mechanical /microprocessor relays, including different components of the relay that need calibration and adjustments as part of testing. A brief description of the relays’ operating principles will also be presented, followed by hands-on testing of the relays using Doble relay test sets.

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Application & Testing Electro-Mechanical & Microprocessor Relays (Intermediate)

May 21, 2019 - May 23, 2019
Doble Engineering Company (Morrisville, NC), 2200 Gateway Centre Blvd (Suite 207)
Morrisville, NC 27560 United States
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This Application and Testing Electro-Mechanical and Microprocessor Relays course covers the testing of distance, differential, rate of change of frequency, loss of field, reverse power and synchronizing relays. The course will start with intermediate level instruction on the construction and principles of electro-mechanical /microprocessor relays, including different components of the relay that need calibration and adjustments as part of testing. A brief description of the relays’ operating principles will also be presented, followed by hands-on testing of the relays using Doble relay test sets.

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RTS Developer

May 21, 2019 - May 22, 2019
Tulsa Training Facility, 7780 E 106th Street
Tulsa, OK 74133 United States
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The RTS interface is built entirely for test manipulation. During the RTS Developer Training course, attendees will be exposed to all of the numerous tools and techniques available for creating or customizing any test routine. Moving beyond test plan modification, attendees will learn about RTS commands and gain insights that will be useful as they develop new test routines of their own.

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