Explore Our Battery Courses
Get in-person training held on-site at our new headquarters in Mequon, WI. Now offering public, two-day classes with both classroom and lab sessions for small groups. Put your knowledge to the test and apply hands-on skills in our brand new, state-of-the-art battery learning lab. Taught by expert instructors with decades of industry experience.
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Introduction to Batteries & Battery Maintenance | March 27-28 AND October 2-3, 2023
This course will introduce the student to both the lead acid and nickel cadmium batteries that are still used in the majority of battery backed applications.
Battery 101 Plus | March 29-30 AND October 4-5, 2023
This course is an expansion on the battery element of our Introduction to Batteries and Battery Backed Power Systems course.
DC-101 PLUS | October 16-17, 2023
This course will go back to basics and take the students through the power system configurations that are typical to the industries in which they are used. The process of determining what information will be required to specify the requirement will be covered. Once that is understood, the students will be given a workbook and a specification that they will use to select the components for their DC power system as the class progresses. The classes will cover the characteristics of all individual components that can be used to build a DC power system and how to select and size them for the student’s specific application. Course will conclude with a review of the students’ projects.
Discharge Testing | October 18-19, 2023
This course will outline each of the steps required to carry out a discharge test in accordance with IEEE recommended practices. It will include hands-on training, during which both a constant power capacity discharge and a service discharge using a typical substation load profile will be carried out.
Battery Analytics | October 23-24, 2023
This course provides an in-depth look at the measurable battery parameters and their value in providing information with respect to a battery’s reliability. Attendees will receive instruction in the use of both limit and trend analysis for both operating and discharge data. This course is intended for supervisory personnel with responsibility for the analysis of the collected battery data, plus the determination of any remedial action required. Battery knowledge to the level covered in Introduction to Batteries and Battery Maintenance should be a prerequisite for this course.
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In addition to our hands-on education, we also offer customizable, comprehensive battery training. These one- or two-day non-commercial courses are designed to provide you with up-to-date insight into current battery technology, standards, sizing, maintenance, failure mechanisms, and monitoring. Associated equipment such as chargers, inverters and UPS’s can also be covered. We can find a solution to meet your training needs!
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