Combined CE Code Photovoltaic and Hazardous Locations Equipment

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THIS TWO-DAY SPECIALIZED COURSE IS INTENDED FOR THOSE LOOKING TO GAIN CE CODE KNOWLEDGE ON PHOTOVOLTAIC SOLAR POWER SYSTEMS, AS WELL AS THE LATEST CHANGES TO THE CE CODE WHEN IT COMES TO HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS EQUIPMENT.

THIS ONE DAY COURSE IS INTENDED FOR THOSE LOOKING TO GAIN CE CODE KNOWLEDGE ON SOLAR SYSTEMS, FROM THE PHOTOVOLTAIC ARRAY, THROUGH THE INVERTER TO USABLE POWER. DESIGNED FOR ENGINEERS, ELECTRICIANS AND INSPECTORS LOOKING TO GET INTO THE QUICKLY GROWING MARKET OF SOLAR POWER, WE WILL EXPLORE THE MAJOR COMPONENTS AND HOW THEY ARE IMPACTED BY THE CANADIAN ELECTRICAL CODE.

See the course details here:

https://www.electricityforum.com/electrical-training/ce-code-photovoltaic-systems

THIS ONE DAY COURSE IS IDEAL FOR THE ENGINEER LOOKING TO START OR THE ELECTRICIAN WANTING TO EXPAND THEIR KNOWLEDGE IN HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS. WE WILL EXPLORE ALL CONCEPTS RELATED TO ABOVE GROUND HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS. IF YOU ENGINEER OR MAINTAIN THE ELECTRICS IN THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY AND OTHER EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES.

See the course details here:

www.electricityforum.com/electrical-training/ce-code-hazardous-locations

 

DAY ONE

 

CE Code for Photovoltaic Systems

 

1) PV Panels

  • Voltage
  • Wiring Methods
  • Ampacity Of Conductors
  • Attachment Plugs
  • Rodent Protection
  • Bonding

2) Disconnect

  • Array Disconnect
  • Combiner
  • Rapid Shutdown
  • Inverter
  • Marking

3) Interconnection

  • Islanding
  • Ampacity Of Neutral
  • Loss Of Phase
  • Busbar Ratings
  • Back Fed Breakers
  • Marking

4) Energy Storage

  • Charge Control
  • Ventilation
  • Voltage Limitations
  • Wiring Methods
  • Diversion Load Control

 

 

DAY TWO

 

CE Code and Hazardous Locations Systems

 

SESSION 1: Principles of Hazardous Locations

a) History

b) Definition

c) Zones, Classifications/Divisions

d) Gases and Vapours

e) Dusts

 

SESSION 2: Applications

a) Legal responsibility

b) Applicable codes, available guides/handbooks

i) Canadian Electrical Code/national electric code

ii) American Petroleum Institute

iii) Energy Institute

iv) IEC

v) ANSI

vi) Standata

vii) Section 19

 

SESSION 3: Flameproof enclosures

a) History

b) Types of joints

c) Windows in enclosures

d) Special fasteners

e) Breathers and drains

f) Explosive fluid seals

g) Testing of the enclosure

 

SESSION 4: Flameproof installations

a) Conduit system

b) Cable systems

c) Flexible conduit

d) Flexible cords and cables

e) Factory sealed devices

f) maintenance

 

SESSION 5: Dust-Ignition proof enclosures

a) History

b) Dual-rated enclosures and requirements

c) Marking requirements

d) Conduit systems

e) Cable systems

f) maintenance

 

SESSION 6: Intrinsic Safety

a) History

b) Testing devices for intrinsic safety

c) Zener barriers

d) The entity concept

e) Control drawings

f) Wiring methods

g) Entity concept

 

SESSION 7: Purged and pressurized enclosures

a) Principle of operations

b) Pressuring by blower

c) Compressed air systems

d) Protective measures

e) Pressurised rooms

f) Static pressurization

g) Analyzer houses

h) Gas turbines

 

SESSION 8: Increased safety

a) Background

b) Principle of operations

c) Special provisions

d) Advantages

e) maintenance

 

SESSION 9: Combustible gas detection

a) History

b) Principle of operation

c) Testing procedures

d) Electromagnetic stability

e) Application

f) Installation

g) Calibration and maintenance

Registration Fees & CEU Credits

The registration fee to attend this training course is $699 + GST/HST.

Register and prepay 14 days before forum date and receive an early bird registration fee of $649 + GST/HST

Register 3 delegates at full price $699, and get a 4th registration FREE!

Earn Continuing Education Unit (CEU) Credits

Successful completion of this course qualifies delegates to receive a certificate of course completion with indicated CEUs.

EIC

CEUs are granted by the Engineering Institute of Canada. One CEU is equivalent to 10 professional development hours of instruction.

This course earns 1.4 CEUs.

Course Locations

February 5-6 , 2019

Sandman Hotel & Suites Winnipeg Airport

1750 Sargent Ave.
Winnipeg, MB
204-775-7263

February 7-8 , 2019

Sandman Airport Hotel Saskatoon

310 Circle Dr
Saskatoon, SK
306-477-4844

February 11-12 , 2019

Sawridge Inn Edmonton South

4235 Gateway Blvd NW
Edmonton, AB
438-1222

February 13-14 , 2019

Sandman Signature Vancouver Hotel & Resort

10251 ST. Edwards Drive
Richmond, BC
604-278-9611

February 27-28 , 2019

Hampton Inn and Suites Toronto Airport

3279 Caroga Drive
Mississauga, ON
905-671-4730

Course Schedule

On-Site Training Available

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