BAE-ET 031 Transformers

Offering Code

BAE-N00035

Offering Description

This course covers a variety of topics associated with the types, and operating characteristics of the common electrical transformers operating 1,000 volts or less that are found in residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural applications. This course has been designed to introduce the student to a broad range of transformer topics including: transformer fundamentals; applications of connecting the windings of a transformer, according to the manufacturer's diagram for the proper input voltage and output voltage; basic requirements for the installation of transformers and the construction of transformer vaults; properly size the overcurrent device for the protection of a transformer; properly size electrical circuit conductors for the primary and secondary of a transformer; grounding requirements for the transformer; grounding the secondary of a transformer that consist of a separately derived system and; interpreting the information provided on an electrical transformer nameplate.

Section: BAE-N00035.(1)

Section Description: This course is based on the 2014 National Electrical Code. For this course the following materials will be needed: (1) 2014 National Electrical Code, National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), ISBN-13: 978-1455906727; (2) Interpreting the National Electrical Code, 9th Edition, Delmar Cengage Publishers, ISBN-13: 978-1111544423, (3) Electrical Motor Controls for Integrated Systems, 5th Edition, American Technical Publishers (ATP), ISBN-13: 978-0826912268, and; (4) a calculator. Students who are taking this class as part of a mandated electrical apprenticeship training program, must also pay the onetime $100 administrative fee. See: http://www.egr.msu.edu/bae/etonline

Access to content (from time of purchase): 6 Months

Costs

Quantity Item Cost Total
Total 250.0
1 Price $250.00 $250.00

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