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PV320e: Advanced Online Solar PV Systems & NABCEP Certification Exam Prep

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PV320e: Advanced Solar PV Systems & NABCEP Certification Exam Prep

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About The Course & NABCEP Certification

This course is suited for individuals who want to gain expertise in designing PV systems and achieve NABCEP Certification.  Participants will develop knowledge and problem-solving expertise applicable to the NABCEP PV Installation Professional Certification Exam as well as the design, installation, commissioning, and maintenance of photovoltaic (PV) systems. The course has a strong emphasis on the US National Electric Code applications for solar PV.

This course is the continuation of the ImagineSolar training roadmap and was first offered in 2010 as the result of a solar training partnership approved and audited by the U.S. Department of Labor with the Austin Electrical Training Alliance (formally, the Austin Electrical JATC).

Course Description PDF

This course is suited for individuals who want to gain expertise in designing PV systems and achieve NABCEP Certification.  Participants will develop knowledge and problem-solving expertise applicable to the NABCEP PV Installation Professional Certification Exam as well as the design, installation, commissioning, and maintenance of photovoltaic (PV) systems. The course has a strong emphasis on the US National Electric Code applications for solar PV.

This course is the continuation of the ImagineSolar training roadmap and was first offered in 2010 as the result of a solar training partnership approved and audited by the U.S. Department of Labor with the Austin Electrical Training Alliance (formally, the Austin Electrical JATC).

Course Description PDF

Wait List

Please add your name to the wait list here to take a full semester classroom-plus-online version of this course.

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The learning materials include:

webinars, slide sets, instructional videos, downloadable materials for offline study, exercises, and exam problem sets with immediate feedback and grading. The exam problem sets are similar to what you can expect on the NABCEP PV Installation Professional Certification Exam

Sample Lecture Video:

Recommended prerequisite:

Our solar technologies course PV201e: Principles of Solar PV System Design and Installation or other types of study on the solar resource and solar industry technologies

Benefits of taking an online course:

  • Immediately access the course upon registration.
  • Work through the learning materials at your own pace.
  • Enrollment duration is 12 months.
  • Ability to watch videos and review content as many times as you want.
  • Participate in Online LIVE instructor support (more details below).
  • 78 videos of lectures
  • 200 exam problems and problem solutions
  • ImagineSolar’s guide for how to study the National Electrical Code for PV systems
  • Plus, strategies for preparing and taking the NABCEP Certification exam.
  • Online LIVE Topic Sessions

Enrollment Duration:

Participants have 12 months of access to the course they purchase. The 12 months of access begins when a participant logs in to our online campus for the first time. If a course participant does not complete the course within the 12 months of access and wishes to continue the course, then they have two options to regain access to the course:

  1. Make a payment of $99.00 for an additional four weeks of access
  2. Make a payment of $195.00 for an additional six months of access

Online LIVE Lectures: 

Online LIVE lectures will be held on the following dates and times using the application named GoToMeeting. This is an interactive class session where you will be able to ask questions, work problems, and go over course material in real time. Send an email to our instructors in advance for specific questions and topics you want to discuss.

Topics include: How to prepare for the NABCEP certification exams plus test-taking strategies and example problem solving

Schedule:

    • Wednesday, November 6th, 2019, 4pm to 5pm Central Time (Austin)
    • Wednesday, November 20th, 2019, 4pm to 5pm Central Time (Austin)
    • Wednesday, December 4th, 2019, 4pm to 5pm Central Time (Austin)
    • Wednesday, December 18th, 2019, 4pm to 5pm Central Time (Austin)

Part One

Authorities Having Jurisdiction Criteria (e.g. codes, standards, covenants, and regulations)

Section 1: Verify System Design (30%)

  • The National Electrical Code
  • Significant 2017 NEC Changes: 690 Part II Circuit Reguirements
  • Significant 2017 NEC Changes: 690 Part III Disconnecting Means
  • Significant 2017 NEC Changes: 690 Part IV Wiring Methods
  • Significant 2017 NEC Changes: 690 Part V Grounding and Bonding
  • Significant 2017 NEC Changes: 705 Interconnected Electric Power Production Sources
  • Solar Resource and Shading Considerations
  • Inverter Specifications, Sizing, and Clipping
  • Ungrounded PV and Non-Isolated Inverters
  • Conductor Sizing for PV
  • Design Exercises
  • Expedited Permit Process for PV Systems

Section 2: Managing the Project (17%)

  • Implementing a Site Safety Plan
  • Construction Plan Sets, Project Specification Documents, Permits & Approvals
  • PV Installations in Neighborhoods Homeowner Associations

Section 3: Installing Electrical Components (22%)

  • Grounding and Bonding
  • PV Sub-panels and DC Circuits in Buildings
  • Conduit and Raceways

Section 4: Installing Mechanical Components

  • International Fire Code for PV Systems

Section 5: Completing System Installation (12%)

  • Labeling
  • Inspecting
  • Testing, Verifying Operation, and Performance

Section 6: Conducting Maintenance and Troubleshooting Activities (11%)

Section 7: Utility and Large Commercial-Scale Systems

Section 8: NABCEP Case Study Examples

Section 9: Problem Set from the NABCEP Resource Guide

Part Two

This is a series of problem set challenges. This is an advanced course and almost everyone taking the course has experience in the solar industry. Try working the challenge problem set first as a self-assessment. You can try the problems as many times as you like so there is no penalty for wrong answers. Then you will find that there are many video lectures detailing the solutions with the relevant code articles and further design and installation lectures.

Challenge Problem Set 1: Working Safely with PV Systems

  • 29 Problems, 6 Video Lectures

Challenge Problem Set 2: Conducting a Site Assessment

  • 6 Problems, 3 Video Lectures

Challenge Problem Set 3: Selecting a System Design

  • 4 Problems, 1 Video Lecture

Challenge Problem Set 4: Adapting the Mechanical Design

  • 5 Problems, 2 Video Lectures

Challenge Problem Set 5: Adapting the Electrical Design

  • 27 Problems, 10 Video Lectures

Challenge Problem Set 6: Installing Sub-systems and Components

  • 8 Problems, 1 Video Lecture

Challenge Problem Set 7: System Checkout and Inspection

  • 7 Problems, 3 Video Lectures

Challenge Problem Set 8: System Maintenance and Troubleshooting

  • 5 Problems, 1 Video Lecture

Final: Practice Exam (70 Problems) and Further Resources for Preparing for the NABCEP Certification Exam

  • Describe how the National Electrical Code (NEC) is organized
  • Understand how to study the NEC regarding PV system design and installation
  • Understand the changes relevant to PV systems in the 2014 NEC compared to the 2011 NEC
  • Perform PV system design calculations based on the 2014 NEC
  • Understand the changes relevant to PV systems in the 2017 NEC compared to the 2014 NEC
  • Perform PV system design calculations based on the 2017 NEC
  • Understand the changes relevant to PV systems in the 2017 NEC compared to the 2014
  • Successfully work exam problems regarding 2017 NEC Article 690 Part II. Circuit Requirements
  • Understand the changes relevant to PV systems in the 2017 NEC compared to the 2014
  • Successfully work exam problems regarding 2017 NEC Article 690 Part III. Disconnecting Means
  • Understand the changes relevant to PV systems in the 2017 NEC compared to the 2014
  • Successfully work exam problems regarding 2017 NEC Article 690 Part IV. Wiring Methods
  • Understand the changes relevant to PV systems in the 2017 NEC compared to the 2014
  • Successfully work exam problems regarding 2017 NEC Article 690 Part V. Grounding and Bonding
  • Understand the changes relevant to PV systems in the 2017 NEC compared to the 2014
  • Successfully work exam problems regarding 2017 NEC Article 705 Interconnected Electric Power Production Sources
  • Understand the tools and techniques for shading analysis
  • Ability to use trigonometry to solve shading questions
  • Calculate required distance between an array and an object causing shade
  • Calculate array height based on module dimensions and tilt angle
  • Calculate array spacing based on the solar window of a particular location
  • Understand the importance of an array’s azimuth angle and  when evaluating shading
  • Describe inverter selection criteria (e.g., types of inverters, DC to AC ratio)
  • Describe the factors that contribute to choosing the correct inverter size
  • Calculate the output of a PV array due to system de-rate factors
  • Describe how to maximize inverter efficiency
  • Describe the consequences of over sizing or under sizing an inverter
  • Describe what clipping is, how to recognize it, and what to do about it
  • Determine the ideal ratio of the array size relative to the inverter size
  • Describe the differences between isolated and non-isolated inverters
  • Describe what makes a PV array ungrounded
  • Describe galvanic isolation
  • Describe how a Ground Fault Detection Interruption (GFDI) fuse operates in isolated inverters
  • Describe the function of a transformer
  • Describe Isolation Monitor Interrupter (IMI) tests
  • Describe a Residual Current Detector
  • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of non-isolated inverters
  • Describe common mistakes when working with ungrounded systems
  • Describe the label requirement for ungrounded PV systems
  • Describe the factors and considerations that determine conductor size
  • Calculate maximum circuit current per  NEC requirements
  • Calculate conductor ampacity per conditions of use
  • Describe the advantages of using solar specific mounting equipment
  • Describe the components of an overhead site plan
  • Describe the components of a one-line electrical diagram
  • Describe the difference between USE-2 wire and PV wire
  • Describe the requirements for equipment labels
  • Describe the International Fire Code (IFC) requirements for nameplates
  • Describe the structural analysis of a PV array’s mounting system
  • Calculate total module weight, total racking weight, and total array weight
  • Decide the total attachment points and the spacing between each attachment point
  • Calculate the weight per attachment point
  • Calculate total surface area of PV modules
  • Calculate the distributed weight of PV modules on a roof
  • Describe the electrical plan for a PV system
  • Describe how to fill out an equipment schedule
  • Describe how to fill out a conduit and conductor schedule
  • Describe the datasheets provided as part of the permit application
  • Identify the various safety hazards associated with both operating and nonoperation PV systems and components.
  • List different types of personal protective equipment (PPE) commonly required for installing and maintaining PV systems.
  • List different methods and identify safe practices for hoisting and rigging, the use of ladders, stairways and guardrails, the use of head, feet, hearing and face protection, the use of power tools, and the use of the appropriate fall protection, including the requirements for personal fall arrest and safety-monitoring systems according to OSHA standards.
  • Recognize the principal electrical safety hazards associated with PV systems, including electrical shock and arc flash.
  • Understand what is included in professional construction plan sets and project specification documents
  • Describe the characteristics of electrical diagrams and schematics (e.g., one-line, three-line)
  • Describe the issues involved in securing permits and approvals
  • Describe the challenges that some homeowners associations (HOAs)present to the solar industry
  • Describe the conditions that could cause a PV system to be prohibited or approved by a HOA
  • Describe the strategies and tools that can be used to overcome objections to solar PV by HOAs
  • Describe the legislation that can be used to benefit solar contractors when working with HOAs
  • Describe the challenges presented by some HOA rules and regulations being open to interpretation
  • Describe why grounding and bonding is important for solar PV systems
  • Describe the two types of grounding in solar PV systems
  • Determine what type of grounding electrode system is ideal for a PV system based on geographic locations
  • Describe the different methods that are allowed by the NEC to install grounding electrode systems for solar PV systems
  • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of the different grounding methods allowed by the NEC
  • Describe the importance of conduit grounding bushings for systems over 250 Volts
  • Understand the maximum current calculations for overcurrent protection devices in PV system sub-panels
  • Determine the NEC requirements for installing conduit inside of a building
  • Understand proper wire management when installing inside of a building
  • Describe common causes of failed wires in PV
  • Describe the NEC requirements for conduit bends
  • Describe a pull box
  • Describe a Megohmmeter
  • Describe NEC 690.31 regarding wiring methods
  • Describe the different types of conduit and raceways
  • Describe the factors to consider when selecting a type of conduit for a PV system
  • Describe the most commonly used types of conduit for PV systems
  • Describe thermal expansion in relation to the different types of conduit
  • Calculate raceway thermal expansion
  • Describe bonding requirements for different types of conduit
  • Describe the proper sizing of a raceway
  • Describe proper wire pulling
  • Describe NEC requirements for conduit fill
  • Describe general safety precautions for installing PV modules
  • Describe proper care in handling, transporting, storing, and installing PV modules
  • Describe the many factors to consider when choosing and installing a mounting system
  • Describe the methods for finding attachment points on a roof
  • Describe the different forces that wind will produce on a PV array
  • Describe the different wind exposure categories
  • Describe and calculate the relationship between wind speed and pressure
  • Describe the unique hazards that PV systems present for firefighters
  • Describe the importance of labeling PV systems for firefighters
  • Describe access and spacing requirements for residential and commercial PV systems
  • Describe the spacing requirements for hips and valleys on residential roofs
  • Describe smoke ventilation requirements for PV systems on rooftops
  • Describe the requirements for the location of DC conductors
  • Describe the safety advantages that module-level power electronics provide for firefighters
  • Identify and implement labeling requirements for PV systems per the National Electrical Code
  • Understand the changes in labeling requirements from the 2014 NEC to the 2017 NEC
  • Understand the ANSI standard requirements for Danger, Warning, and Caution signs
  • Describe the process for inspecting PV modules
  • Describe the process and key points for inspecting wire connections and management
  • Describe the best practices for placing conduit on roof surfaces
  • Describe the considerations that should be made for PV arrays that will experience substantial snow and ice
  • Describe the considerations that should be made for junction boxes and potential water issues
  • Describe the importance of conductor bending radius
  • Describe the importance of proper conduit fill and conduit fittings
  • Describe the importance of being up-to-date and in contact with local authorities and utilities
  • Describe the importance of properly installing NEMA rated electric equipment
  • Describe proper flashing installation for roof PV systems
  • Describe the readily accessible requirements for PV systems
  • Describe continuity testing and how it can be used to confirm certain NEC requirements
  • Describe polarity testing and the consequences of reverse polarity
  • Describe open-circuit voltage testing
  • Describe short-circuit current testing
  • Describe insulation resistance testing and common reasons for damage to wire insulation
  • Describe system functional testing
  • Describe the methods and procedures to verify PV system performance
  • Describe how to estimate and verify AC power output and energy production
  • Describe how thermal imaging can be used to analyze a PV system
  • Describe how to test inverter efficiency
  • Describe shading analysis
  • Describe what might be included in a typical PV system maintenance plan
  • Describe the group of procedures that are typically associated with commissioning
  • Describe the benefits of a detailed commissioning process
  • Describe an I-V curve tracer
  • Describe remote performance monitoring
  • Describe the primary components of a maintenance plan
  • Describe the areas of focus during a visual inspection
  • Describe the key performance indicators when verifying system performance
  • Describe basic maintenance activities for PV arrays
  • Describe the typical requirements for inverter troubleshooting inspections
  • Describe lockout/tagout procedures for PV system maintenance
  • Describe personal protection equipment used during PV system maintenance
  • Describe an array washing procedure
  • Describe what type of personnel should perform maintenance and troubleshooting procedures
  • Describe the benefits of an effective operations and maintenance program for PV systems
  • Define preventive, corrective, and condition-based maintenance
  • Describe common sources of operations and maintenance problems
  • Describe common mounting system degradation and failure points
  • Describe common module degradation and failure points
  • Describe common electrical component and wiring degradation and failure points
  • Describe common battery system degradation and failure points
  • Describe the procedures for testing for ground faults
  • Describe the attributes of utility scale solar
  • Describe distributed solar vs. centralized solar
  • Describe the cost benefits of utility scale solar
  • Describe the cost metrics typically used in solar
  • Describe utility power purchase agreements
  • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of tracking arrays
  • Describe the key drivers for PV system cost reduction
  • Describe the attributes of utility scale solar
  • Describe distributed solar vs. centralized solar
  • Describe the cost benefits of utility scale solar
  • Describe the cost metrics typically used in solar
  • Describe utility power purchase agreements
  • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of tracking arrays
  • Describe the key drivers for PV system cost reduction
  • Describe OSHA’s height requirement for fall protection systems
  • Describe where to find OSHA’s rules for personal protection equipment
  • Describe the factors that determine the severity of an electric shock
  • Describe the amount of current that can cause muscles to be paralyzed
  • Describe the amount of current that can cause irregular heartbeat
  • Describe lockout and tagging procedures
  • Describe OSHA’s requirements for guardrails, safety nets, stairways, and ladders
  • Calculate proper non-self-supporting ladder positioning
  • Calculate minimum length of ladder requirements
  • Describe employer and employee responsibilities for personal protection equipment
  • Describe the effect of temporarily shorting the output terminals of PV modules
  • Describe the purpose of a ground fault protection device
  • Describe the NEC’s requirements for battery enclosures
  • Describe the proper procedure for dealing with a frozen battery electrolyte
  • Describe how to read and use a sun path chart
  • Use sun path charts to determine shading at a particular location by the month of year and time of day
  • Calculate the minimum distance needed between PV array rows to avoid self-shading
  • Determine the minimum annual sun altitude for a particular location
  • Describe design concerns based on different array mounting options
  • Understand the impact of long conductor runs and using larger wires to minimize voltage drop
  • Calculate the nominal maximum available PV array output for a roof area
  • Understand the NEC’s ground fault protection requirements and exceptions for residential PV systems
  • Calculate maximum system voltage using the NEC’s correction factors
  • Calculate the system voltage of a bipolar PV array
  • Describe how bipolar PV arrays are wired
  • Calculate the lowest allowable ambient temperature for a stated maximum voltage for a residential PV array
  • Understand how different configurations of PV modules in an array can positively or negatively affect their operating temperature
  • Understand how air flows underneath PV modules in different configurations
  • Determine the best PV module configurations for optimal operating temperatures
  • Determine the withdrawal resistance of wood rafters when making lag bolt roof penetrations
  • Calculate the amount of load (pounds per square foot) that a PV array can withstand
  • Understand the importance of safety factors
  • Calculate how far a lag screw must penetrate into wood to achieve the proper PV array withdrawal resistance
  • Determine the ideal PV system hardware material based on environmental conditions
  • Determine the cost-effectiveness of different PV system mounting options
  • Calculate conductor ampacity based on the conditions of use
  • Understand wire sizing per NEC 690.8 Circuit Sizing and Current
  • Calculate maximum circuit current for PV source circuits and PV output circuits
  • Describe the conditions that can occur where irradiance is higher than STC and how that can affect amperage
  • Calculate the amperage of conductors using the NEC’s ambient temperature correction factors for conductors
  • Calculate the amperage of conductors using the NEC’s adjustment factors for PV systems with more than three current carrying conductors in conduit
  • Calculate minimum wire size to limit voltage drop to an allowable percentage
  • Calculate the required maximum allowable conductor resistance coefficient for a voltage drop design requirement
  • Determine wire size based on resistance coefficients
  • Describe the advantages of installing a PV array close to the inverter, charge controller, and/or battery bank
  • Understand how temperature affects the state of charge of a battery
  • Describe the best methods to determine battery temperature
  • Determine the adjustment that a charge controller connected to a PV output circuit normally requires
  • Describe the different operating stages for a charge controller and a battery bank
  • Describe a common reason to oversize conductors for  battery bank connections
  • Describe the affect that increasing current has on ohms law
  • Describe the primary purpose of an inverter
  • Describe the NEC’s color coding and marking requirements for conductors in PV systems
  • Describe the NEC’s width of working space requirements for electrical equipment
  • Describe the NEC’s working depth requirements for electrical equipment
  • Describe what items or equipment require UL listing
  • Determine the optimal array orientation at a given time using a sun path chart
  • Calculate the appropriate pilot-hole size for lag screws into wood when attaching mounting systems
  • Determine the appropriate attachment method for inverters or other PV system equipment
  • Describe the first step in system checkout after completing an installation
  • Describe the commissioning process one should take before turning on PV power
  • Calculate the expected inverter input voltage
  • Calculate the expected inverter output power for different PV system configurations
  • Describe the effect of module mismatch
  • Describe islanding in the case of a utility blackout
  • Describe the process to safely connect and disconnect wires when troubleshooting a PV system
  • Determine whether a PV system is functioning properly based on the conditions of the array
  • Describe what one should expect when using a meter to test voltage across fuses
  • Describe the importance of set points for inverters and charge controllers

This course is appropriate for anyone who wants to gain expertise in designing PV systems. It is targeted to engineers, electricians, entrepreneurs, and all others who intend to become professionals in the solar industry.

ImagineSolar has trained thousands of individuals who have gone on to be an integral part of the solar industry. Our course teaches best practices using the most current technologies and methods for the solar industry. Our course instruction is continuously updated with the latest developments as the solar industry evolves. Many of ImagineSolar’s consultants, instructors, and lecturers have obtained one or more NABCEP certifications. To view their credentials please click here.

The special Online LIVE Topic Sessions are an optional support resource, giving participants a place to interact with instructors, ask questions, work problems, and discuss course material

Our Online LIVE Topic Sessions use GoToMeeting. GoToMeeting is a web-hosted service created and marketed by the Online Services division of Citrix Systems. It is an online meeting, desktop sharing, and video conferencing service that enables our instructors to conduct classes via the Internet in real time.

The first time that you join GoToMeeting, you will be prompted to run the Citrix Launcher. For mobile devices, you will download a free app from the relevant app store.

A schedule for the Online LIVE sessions is available in the course introduction.

It is best to use a headset with your computer similar to what you may use for your cell phone.

Our online courses use the Moodle learning platform. There are no download requirements to use Moodle. The following are the system requirements to access the ImagineSolar elearning campus and to interact with our online material.

Bandwidth:

High-speed broadband Internet access is recommended.

Hardware:

You access our online courses from a web browser on your PC/tablet/notepad. Windows and Apple devices are both supported.

Minimum Browser for using Moodle:

  • Firefox 4
  • Internet Explorer 8
  • Safari 5
  • Google Chrome 11
  • Opera 9

The operating system is not important.

Browser Settings and Plug-ins:

Java Runtime Environment 1.4 or higher with the following settings:

  • JavaScript Enabled
  • Cookies Enabled
  • Pop-Up blocking Disabled

Moodle uses a Flash Player for viewing videos that is compatible with all PC-based and Android devices.

For Apple computers, install “Adobe Player for Mac” or its equivalent to view the video lectures.

For Apple iPads, install Photon Flash Player for iPad or the Puffin Web Browser or the equivalent.

The first time that you join GoToMeeting from a computer, you will be prompted to run the Citrix Launcher. For mobile devices, you will download a free app from the relevant app store.

Equipment Requirements for ImagineSolar Online LIVE Sessions:

  • Internet connection (broadband is best)
  • Microphone and speakers (built-in or USB headset)
  • Computer or Mobile Device:
    • Windows computer
    • Mac computer
    • iOS device (iPod, iPad, iPhone) with free GoToMeeting App from App Store
    • Android device with free GoToMeeting App from Google Play Store
    • Windows 8 & Windows RT mobile device with free GoToMeeting App from Windows Store

Most computers have built-in microphones and speakers, but you will get much better audio quality if you use a headset or handset. You can also make calls on your landline or mobile device.

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