Power Line Carrier

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Power Line Carrier - Applications and Considerations

May 10, 2018, presented by Craig Palmer

This course will provide the fundamentals for understanding Power Line Carrier communications applications and special considerations. Provides an overview of Power Line Carrier attenuation and calculations, channel measurements and special applications such as tapped loads, multi-terminal lines and series capacitors.

Who should attend: Individuals with a role in Power Line Carrier and line protection from either the system protection or communications side of the business. This course is geared towards those who are both new to and familiar with Power Line Carrier and line protection.

How you will benefit: You will learn common industry terms related to Power Line Carrier applications and special considerations critical to design and implementation. Understanding the principles of Power Line Carrier communications associated with channel calculations and measurements along with special applications will provide beneficial related job knowledge.

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Power Line Carrier - Hybrids

April 18, 2019, presented by Brian Dob

This course will provide the fundamentals of Power Line Carrier Hybrids used for pilot protection. Introduce PLC hybrids – what types, how do they work, how are they used, do’s and don’ts and troubleshooting tips.

Who should attend: Individuals with a role in Power Line Carrier and line protection from either the system protection or communications side of the business. This course is geared towards those who are new to Power Line Carrier and line protection.

How you will benefit: You will learn the basic principles related to Power Line Carrier Hybrids and the best practices for utilizing them in PLC systems. Gain confidence in your understanding of these often mysterious and misunderstood PLC components.

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Power Line Carrier - Schemes and Performance

April 26, 2018, presented by Craig Palmer

This course will provide fundamentals for understanding Power Line Carrier communications for line protection applications. Provides an overview of Power Line Carrier line protection schemes such as DCB, DCUB, and DTT along with performance requirements. We will explore various coupling methods and redundancy applications.

Who should attend: Individuals with a role in Power Line Carrier and line protection from either the system protection or communications side of the business. This course is geared towards those who are new to Power Line Carrier and line protection.

How you will benefit: You will learn common industry terms related to Power Line Carrier, basic communications concepts and channel elements which are critical to design and implementation. Understanding the basic principles of Power Line Carrier communications will provide beneficial related job knowledge.

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Power Line Carrier - The Basics

April 12, 2018, presented by Craig Palmer

This course will provide the basic fundamentals for understanding Power Line Carrier communications for line protection applications. We will provide an overview of Power Line Carrier, why it is used and common channel elements such as transmitters & receivers, hybrids, line tuners, coupling capacitors and line traps.

Who should attend: Individuals with a role in Power Line Carrier and line protection from either the system protection or communications side of the business. This course is geared towards those who are new to Power Line Carrier and line protection.

How you will benefit: You will learn common industry terms related to Power Line Carrier, basic communications concepts and channel elements which are critical to design and implementation. Understanding the basic principles of Power Line Carrier communications will provide beneficial related job knowledge.

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