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CP5 on Low Voltage Electrical Installations

Event code: 79064


INTRODUCTION
The Singapore Standard CP5:1998 Code of Practice for Electrical Installations applies to the design, selection, erection, testing and inspection of electrical installations. 
It covers all general commercial and industrial electrical installations operating at voltage up to 1000 Volts.


OBJECTIVE
The 2-day course aims to provide participants with an understanding of the design and installation guidelines for electrical installations complying with CP5:Code of Practice for Electrical Installations.


CONTENTS

Overview
• Fundamentals of Safety Requirements
• Codes, Terminations and Definitions
• Amendment No 1 to CP5 – New cable colour code and photovoltaics power supply system

Assessment of General Characteristics
• Maximum Demand and Diversity
• Arrangement of live conductors
• Protection Devices and Safety Services
• Installation circuit arrangement
• External Influences
• Compatibility and Maintainability

Protection for Safety
• Provisions for basic protection
• Protection against Electric Shock – direct and indirect contact, SELV, protective measures
• Earthed Equipotential Bonding
• Calculations - earth fault loop impedance and protective conductor cross-sectional areas
• Types of Earthing
• Earthing arrangement in Singapore

Protection against Overcurrent and Fault Current
• Nature of protective devices
• Protection against overload current
• Protection against fault current
• Determination of fault current
• Equation for calculation of short-circuit current
• Characteristics and Applications – Fuses, MCB and MCCB
• Calculations - short circuit current, earth fault current and circuit breaker sizing

Selection and Erection of Equipment
• Method of installation and selection of cables
• Sizing of conductor sizes
• Derating factor
• Types of grouped circuits
• Thermal constraint
• Overload
• Voltage Drop Calculation
• Cable capacities of conduit and trunking

Isolation and Switching
• Isolation and Switching Off devices

Location particular requirements
• Bath tub / shower basin
• Swimming Pools
• Hot Sauna

Inspection and Testing
Case Studies & worked examples


LECTURER
ER. HO SOU WENG
B.Sc Electrical & Electronic Engineering
ER. HO SOU WENG received a B.Sc degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from the University of Strathclyde. Er. Ho has acquired considerable experience in Electrical System for Buildings and Offshore Platforms. Er. Ho is a registered Professional Engineer (Electrical) in Singapore and a Licensed Electrical Engineer registered with EMA.


AWARD
Certificate of Attendance (COA) will be awarded to participants who meet the attendance requirement.


CPD POINTS
PEB:Pending


TARGET AUDIENCE
M&E Engineers, Designers, Contractors and fresh graduates who wish to acquire knowledge in electrical installations within the built environment.


DETAILS
12th Run:24 & 25 Jun 2019
Duration: 2 days
Time: 9.00am to 5.30pm
Venue: BCA Academy
Fee (incl of GST): S$770.00
Refreshments will be provided.

In keeping with our green and sustainable practices, course notes will be available in e-format.


REGISTRATION
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