In the theoretical part of the course, trainer Daniel Müller teaches the participants the key electrical and mechanical principles of on-load tap-changers. (© Armin Weigel)
If the diverter switch insert needs maintaining or replacing, it has to be removed from the transformer and reinstalled again later. The participants practice this process with the trainer. (© Armin Weigel)
The transition resistances are extremely important to ensure proper diverter switching. The participants learn how to measure these resistances correctly with a multimeter as part of the training. (© Armin Weigel)
At this workbench, participants can partially dismantle the diverter switch insert and scrutinize the parts closely. This allows them to familiarize themselves with the components and find out how they are assembled. (© Armin Weigel)
The motor-drive unit actuates the on-load tap-changer via the drive shaft. The participants are particularly interested in the synchronization of the on-load tap-changer with the motor-drive unit and the mechanical and electrical connections, including error simulation and troubleshooting. (© Armin Weigel)
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