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Automatic Transfer Switches
Duration: 4 Hours
Get a detailed view of Automatic Transfer Switches (ATS) and their features, requirements control devices, uses and safety regulations. During a power interruption the ability to transfer the power load to an emergency source via an Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) is of utmost importance – especially when concerned with life safety and critical systems.
This course is part of Critical Power Basic Certificate
Identify and compare the various types of power transfer switches and their associated applications
Indicate the appropriate time delay based on delay description
Recognize the purpose of in-phase monitoring, test and time switches and voltage and frequency controls located within an ATS
State the intent of each design feature
Recognize the tools and methods utilized when performing maintenance and testing
This course has met the required standards of the organisations listed below and is approved, accredited, validated or endorsed by them.