Medium Voltage Electrical Distribution (M.V.E.D.)

Course Code: CFSA-01

Duration: 3-day course, with lunch provided

Time: 08:00 - 16:00

Type: Advanced

Language: English

Accredited by the SAIEE: 3 CPD

Cost: R9,000


Introduction and assessment in selection, critical functions, fault analysis and safety

aspects of medium voltage switchgear. The aim of this course is to raise the standard

of knowledge and skill amongst learners concerned with selection, commissioning and

protection of medium voltage switchgear.

Target Audience

This course is intended for electricians, technicians, consulting and plant engineers

who require a working knowledge of medium voltage switchgear


• Students attending this course should have a fundamental understanding of electrical low and medium voltage. You will need advanced background in Electrical, Technical and Engineering principles

• It is also recommended that students bring calculators


• Introduction, symbols, acronyms, medium voltage fundamentals

• Practical switchgear, metacclad compartmented

• Standards, oshact, basics

• Switchgear safety and testing

• Networks, radial, ring networks

• CT’s and VT’s

• Basics of network design, cables, volt drops

• M.V calculation and fault level calculations

• Selection of Switchgear, RMB, Premset, Pix, McSet

• Protection, EFPI’s, IDMT’s

• Protection relays, VIP400 CPAM, differential protection, buchholz protection

• Medium voltage fuses

• Arc breaking mediums, vacuum, SF6, air, oil

• Management of networks easergy T200P and transmission protocalls

• Practical network design

• Class breaks into two groups and designs a network

• Layout of plant, site transformers, switchgear, fault levels and protection relays




R 9,000.00 Participant Pricing


Note of Interest

Training will be confirmed when a min. of 4 participants have registered.

Please enter your request for an onsite training request or to have a scheduled session in your area. We will contact you to when a session has been scheduled.

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