Understanding Negative Phase Sequence and Broken Conductor Protection

Date: May 28, 2020
Time: 4pm to 5pm AEST

Broken live conductors are a nightmare scenario for electrical engineers, where our conventional overcurrent and earth fault protection often lack the sensitivity to these fault cases. Fortunately, Negative Phase Sequence Overcurrent and Broken Conductor protection are the engineers tools to address these problem scenarios.

Join Martin van der Linde, Electrical Engineer and General Manager - Marketing at NOJA Power in this topic overview of NPS protection. We'll start by covering a brief background in symmetrical components, then progress to explaining NPS and Broken Conductor protection and its applicability to three and four wire electricity distribution networks. There will be time for Q&A after the session.


Martin van der Linde

Martin van der Linde
General Manager – Marketing
NOJA Power

After graduating with a Bachelor Electrical Engineering and Bachelor of Business Management from the University of Queensland Australia, Martin has worked in various technical, commercial and managerial roles in the energy sector. An accomplished presenter, Martin has presented at a multitude of conferences across the Australia Pacific region and trained utility staff in distribution protection, automation and control in 30 countries.

Martin is an active member of Engineers Australia, the Electric Energy Society of Australia and Cigre B2.73. Martin is currently the General Manager – Marketing at NOJA Power.

Visit https://www.nojapower.com.au/webinar for more info and to register.