Getting across AS/NZS 5139
For contractors and engineers who need to get up to speed quickly with the AS/NZS 5139 standard for battery storage system installation, this online course may be just the ticket.
The course aims to provide participants with a strong understanding of how to size and select a battery storage system for on-grid hybrid or off-grid systems, including the requirements for isolation, overcurrent protection, mechanical protection, location of isolation, labelling, DVC classification, earth fault alarms and more.
Delivered online by Glen Morris of SolarQuip, the course runs for four hours and covers:
- off-grid and hybrid battery system design
- compliance requirements of AS/NZS 5139
- comparisons of products (includes virtual tours of the Smart Energy Lab).
The two evening sessions promise be a deep dive into the new battery standard, including the design and compliance requirements, and will run Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 June 2021 from 4.30 to 8.30 pm. Attendance is not required and registrants can watch the recorded sessions in their own time.
The registration fee is $330 and you can register here.
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