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STATIC RELAYING, PART A & B

The objective of this course is to introduce and present the major features of static relaying, including analog-type solid-state relays and digital microprocessor relays. After study of this coursework, the student will understand, and be able to apply, concepts related to:

• Transistor circuits

• Thyristors

• Integrated circuits; operational amplifier

• FETs and MOSFETs

• Basic relay circuits

• Polarity detector, square wave generator

• Phase comparison circuits

• Amplitude comparison

• Logic circuits

• Relay power supplies, voltage regulation

• Digital microprocessor relaying

• Signal sampling, analog-digital conversion

• Reference algorithms

• Function of printed circuit board modules

• Monitoring, remote and local

• Relay programming, remote and local

• Substation control systems

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