Exam for Continuing Education Units 1.0 learning units (0.10 CEUs)
Topic: Selective Coordination for Generators and Transfer Switches
Date: August 18, 2011
You must get 8 of 10 questions correct to pass the exam. You may retake the exam if necessary. You will be notified whether you passed or failed automatically after taking the exam. Upon passing the exam, you will obtain directions for downloading the completion certificate.
Selective coordination of generators and transfer switches requires calculations and careful consideration of equipment specifications, especially the withstand ratings of the automatic transfer switches, and when to choose 3 cycle ATS or 30 cycle ATS. Not only are considerable costs on the line, but potentially the health and safety of lives, especially in hospitals.
Part one of this Webcast will provide instruction on the fundamentals of how to selectively coordinate generators and automatic transfer switches.
Part two of this Webcast will provide examples and more detailed guidance on selective coordination of hospital systems, including what's currently required by codes and standards.This event is free, and 1 AIA learning unit (1 PDH) is available to all registrants.
- Jim Ferris, PE, Electrical Project Engineer, TLC Engineering for Architecture, Orlando, Florida
- Dean Eriksen, PE, LEED AP, Principal and Project Manager, Affiliated Engineers, Inc., Seattle, Washington
- Michael Ivanovich, President & Moderator, The Ivanovich Group LLC