ETP2137C - Electrical Distribution Substations (AS)
3 credits (2 lecture hours, 2 lab hours)
This course focuses on electric substation installation and operation of equipment for changing voltage, switching circuits, regulating output levels, interrupting faults and providing communication control functions. The student will demonstrate an understanding of blueprint reading for substation layouts and one-line electrical diagrams. The student will study and be able to identify substation equipment and discuss substation operation, supervisory control and data acquisition applications, switching and maintenance. The student will demonstrate proficiencies in substation regulator operation, bus tie operations, recloser operation and tagging operations.
Prerequisite: ETP1200 (with a grade of C or higher)