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Friday, April 13, 2018 at 8:00AM to 3:30PM

Meeting Description
ABCs About Excitation and Relaying

Date: Friday, April 13th

Time: Registration & Breakfast Snack 8:00AM - 8:30AM
Seminar 8:30AM – 2 PM

CEH Credits: 4 Professional Development Hours will be awarded.
IEEE is Florida Provider number 0003849
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Cost: $100 Members, $200 for Non-Members, $20 for Students. Includes Lunch

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3133 W Paris Street
Tampa, FL 33614-5964

Speaker: Gene Asberry, Senior Application Specialist, Basler Electric Company

Ben Kazimier, Principal Application Engineer, Basler Electric Company

Location: FRCC 3000 Bayport Dr. #600 Tampa Florida 33607
Parking Use parking lot for Hyatt (North side only.)

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Draft Agenda
8:30-10:00 ABC of Excitation Gene Asbury
10:00-10:20 Break
10:20- 11:30 ABC of Excitation (cont.) Gene Asbury
11:30-12:30 Lunch
12:30- 2:00 Theory of Relaying Ben Kazimier
2:00-2:20 Break
2:20 -3:30 Theory of Relaying Ben Kazimier

Additional Information
Level: Advanced
In the excitation portion of the presentation, you will learn synchronous generator basics along with the features and functionality of a AVR/ Static exciter system. We will examine the limiters, protection associated with the exciter and Power System Stabilizers. We will also talk about PID control and the Auto Tuning features.

Gene Asbury (IEEE member), has been a Senior Application Specialist for Basler Electric Company, in Highland IL, since 2006. He has performed in various capacities since he started with Basler Electric in 1987: Quality Control Supervisor, Technical Sales Specialist, Project Coordinator, Proposal Engineer, and Application Specialist for Excitation Systems. Gene attended Southwestern Illinois College and received degrees in Industrial Technology and Communication Electronics.

R. Benjamin Kazimier is a Principal Application Engineer with Basler Electric Company. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology from Purdue University. His work experience includes design, installation, testing, and commissioning of protective relaying equipment and a diverse range of power system apparatus. He is a member of the Georgia Tech Protective Relay Conference planning committee, the IEEE, the IEEE 1547 working group, the IEEE SCC21 working group, regularly attends IEEE-PSRC functions, and is the chairperson of the PSRC K10 working group.

Meeting Location
3000 Bayport Dr. #600,

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