Training: Complete Inverter Design Training with CED SLO

Trainings ~ May 8 2015 to

Quality Suites Central Coast
1631 Monterey St. San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

May 8 2015 to

COST $25 (to be credited on your next Solectria purchase from CED)
–Residential, commercial and utility-scale design considerations inverter training
–Breakfast & Lunch included

8:30-9:00am: Registration, Breakfast
9:00-9:15am: Company Overview
9:15-10:30am: Commercial Design Considerations
10:30-10:45am: SolrenView Web-Based Monitoring
10:45-11:00am: Residential Solutions
11:00-12:00pm: Utility-Scale & Medium Voltage PV Systems
12:00-12:30pm: Lunch
12:30-1:00pm: NEC 2014, Arc Fault & Rapid Shutdown Compliance

Commercial Design Considerations:
DC Design Considerations
                String Sizing
                Array Oversizing
                Voltage Drop
                Overcurrent Protection
AC Design Considerations
                Commercial Service Types
                Advanced Inverter Features
               String Combiners/Fuse sizing
Industry Design Trends
                Ungrounded Systems
                3Ph string vs. Central inverters
Solectria Products: PVI 14-28TL, PVI 50-100KW, SGI 225-500PE

Utility-Scale & Medium Voltage PV Systems:
                Medium Voltage Systems
                                Smart Inverters
               Solectria Products:
                               SGI 500XT
                               SGI 500/750XTM   

                Review of our web-based monitoring product

Residential Solutions:
                Review of Solectria’s residential line: PVI 3800-7600TL

NEC 2014, Arc Fault & Rapid Shutdown Compliance:
               Primary considerations of achieving compliance with NEC 2014 for arc fault detection and rapid shutdown requirements
               Achieving AFDI and rapid shut down compliance for central inverters using string combiners
               Achieving AFDI and rapid shutdown compliance for three-phase string inverters
               Arc fault detection technology basics
               Introduction to Solectria’s new arc fault compliant string combiner (ARCCOM)