Offering power professionals an unparalleled opportunity to discover and discuss the most recent developments in cable test technology, the latest in Megger’s biennial series of cable test seminars is being held at:
National Motorcycle Museum
Solihull, B92 0EJ
Just across the M42 from the NEC
on Thursday, 26th November.
Doors open at 08:30 for a 09:00 start
The topics scheduled for coverage include a discussion on distributed generation and connections with respect to the latest Ofgem RIIO model, an examination of cable types and terminations, and the latest developments in testing, diagnostics and cable fault location. Also featured in the
preliminary programme are a presentation focussing on a case study on the comparison of test results achieved using three different voltage sources: damped AC (DAC), very low frequency cosine-rectangular (VLF-CR), and very low frequency sine wave (VLF Sin).
You can download a copy of the programme by clicking here
Throughout the day, delegates attending the seminar will have an opportunity for hands-on examination of a wide range of cable test equipment, and to discuss their requirements and problems with Megger’s experts. There will also be ample opportunities for networking and informal discussions with other delegates.
Lunch and light refreshments are included.
The venue is close to both the road and rail networks, and ample free parking is available. There is no charge for attending the seminar, but all places must be booked in advance as demand for these events is invariably high. Please reserve your place by going to 4th Cable Test Seminar booking.