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EX2000 / EX2100 / EX2100e Generator Excitation System Training (3-day)

Course Objective

The course is designed to strengthen vital generator excitation control system troubleshooting skills and familiarize plant personnel with the powerful inner workings of their EX2000, EX2100 or EX2100e excitation system.  Experience real world scenarios that take you from an alarm, to the software generating the alarm, to the logic behind it, and out to the actual device in the field.  Learn to use the vital communications tools needed to more confidently operate, maintain, and troubleshoot your excitation system.

All participants will receive, in electronic form, applicable literature and site-specific training material.

The course is conducted onsite at your convenience, saving travel expenses and allowing us to focus on your exciter's, and static starter's particular configuration and your individual needs.


Course Outline

Duration: 3 Days

  • Introduction & Basic Excitation Principles
  • Communications Cables
  • System Components & Auxiliaries
  • Site-Specific Communications Network (Lab/Classroom)
  • Site-Specific Configuration Overview (Lab/Classroom)
  • Operator & Maintenance Interfaces (Lab/Classroom)
  • The Software Interface Programs (Lab/Classroom)
  • Typical Software / Calibration Changes (Lab/Classroom)
  • Logic Forcing (Lab/Classroom)
  • Software-to-Hardware Downloading (Lab/Classroom)
  • Offline / Online Component Replacement (Lab/Classroom)
  • Faults & Alarms - What You Need To Know
  • Faults & Alarms Troubleshooting Examples (Lab/Classroom)
  • Triggered & Manual Data Recording (Lab/Classroom)
  • Generator Field Grounds & Troubleshooting (Lab/Classroom)
  • Advanced System Troubleshooting Examples (Lab/Classroom)
  • Site-Specific System & Auxiliaries Reference Documents
  • Open Questions & Answers Session
  • Short Open Book Test

 


LCI Static Starter System Training (2-day)

Course Objective

The course is designed to strengthen vital combustion turbine static starter system troubleshooting skills and familiarize plant personnel with the powerful inner workings of their LCI static starter system. Experience real world scenarios that take you from an alarm, to the software generating the alarm, to the logic behind it, and out to the actual device in the field. Learn to use the vital communications tools needed to more confidently operate, maintain, and troubleshoot your static starter system.

 

Course Outline

Duration: 2 Days

  • Introduction & Basic Static Starter Principles
  • Communications Cables
  • System Components & Auxiliaries
  • Liquid / Forced-Air Cooling System (Lab/Classroom)
  • Site-Specific Communications Network (Lab/Classroom)
  • Site-Specific Configuration Overview (Lab/Classroom)
  • Operator & Maintenance Interfaces (Lab/Classroom)
  • The Software Interface Programs (Lab/Classroom)
  • Typical Software / Calibration Changes (Lab/Classroom)
  • Logic Forcing (Lab/Classroom)
  • Software-to-Hardware Downloading (Lab/Classroom)
  • Component Replacement (Lab/Classroom)
  • Faults & Alarms - What You Need To Know
  • Faults & Alarms Troubleshooting Examples (Lab/Classroom)
  • Data Recording (Lab/Classroom)
  • Advanced System Troubleshooting Examples (Lab/Classroom)
  • Site-Specific System & Auxiliaries Reference Documents
  • Open Questions & Answers Session
  • Short Open Book Test