grounding communication protection

grounding communication protection‘Grounding and Protection of Communication Sites’

On July 10, Border States will host a training on “Grounding and Protection of Communication Sites” at our branch in Bismarck, ND.

The course covers the entire spectrum of grounding, from the basics to the use of surge protection devices – all essential components of minimizing risks from transient spikes, noise and lightning. Attendees will learn how to identify and implement industry-best practices for establishing robust electrical systems.

Transtector will facilitate the one-day course, reviewing the key elements of communications site grounding and protection with an emphasis on single-point grounding techniques.

grounding communication protectionWho the course is designed for

The class is especially ideal for a communications professional whose job responsibilities include working with AC and DC systems that power critical communications equipment or process instrumentation.

A prerequisite for attendance is a basic understanding of electrical theory and Ohm’s law, and each student will receive a course manual that includes the figures, tables and graphs discussed during the presentation. The class will be significantly beneficial for:

  • Engineers
  • Technicians
  • Facilities managers
  • Operations managers

What attendees will learn

  • Grounding and bonding: Understanding industry standards and best practices for grounding of equipment, signal lines and entire sites.
  • Power distribution: Proper grounding of AC and DC distribution systems.
  • Protection: Protecting sensitive equipment from transient overvoltage (surge) and lighting events.

Registration

When: July 10 (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.)

Where: 3219 Rock Island Place Bismarck, ND 58504

Lunch and snacks will be provided.

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