Sep 21, 2021  
2017-18 RACC Student Catalog 
    
2017-18 RACC Student Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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EUT 200 - Electric Utility Technology III - Line *


6 Credit Hours

This course provides knowledge and skills on identifying, installing, and maintaining primary underground residential distribution (URD) equipment. Students will also be trained on various troubleshooting techniques along with associated equipment to pinpoint faults in primary and secondary underground circuits. Extensive time will be spent on distribution transformers, interpreting transformer name plates, wiring configurations, tap setting, paralleling, and troubleshooting. Students will be introduced to hot-line tools along with their inspection, testing and maintenance requirements. Applicable safety requirements will be taught, stressed, and adhered to throughout the course.

Course is held off campus through FirstEnergy’s Power Systems Institute. Students must be accepted into this program and meet the additional requirements below in order to be considered for the program. The number of students who can be accepted into the FirstEnergy’s Power Systems Institute is limited due to operational staffing needs.

Prerequisite(s): EUT 120  

Semesters Offered: Fall

* Indicates course is held off campus through FirstEnergy’s Power Systems Institute. Students must be accepted into this program and meet the additional requirements below in order to be considered for the program. The number of students who can be accepted into the FirstEnergy’s Power Systems Institute is limited due to operational staffing needs. The student must complete one track of four courses (Line Worker or Substation Worker) as approved by FirstEnergy’s Power Systems Institute.



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