Presented by Lindsay Wagner, Adams FM2
Electrical production and distribution equipment and systems are characterized by highly sophisticated technologies that continue to develop rapidly. College and university electrical distribution systems generally consist of a switching station for receiving the electricity into the university system, switching substations (which include transformers), medium-voltage conductor circuits, electric power generation, and system protection. This class will explore electrical systems typical of university-owned facilities where electricity, whether generated on campus, purchased, or both is received and further distributed to points on campus.
Wednesday, July 8, 2020 | 1:00pm – 2:15pm EDT
Member Reg Fee: $79 | Nonmember Reg Fee: $110
CEUs: .15 / PDHs: 1.5 / LUs: 1.5 / AIA: 1.25/ APPA CERT CEUs: 1.25