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Relay protection technicians install, test, and maintain protective relays and related equipment.
Relay protection technicians operate, install, test, and maintain protective relays, controls, and other equipment in power stations, distribution stations, and generation plants. They assist engineers with equipment application, circuit design, and project work and they provide technical, electrical, and mechanical assistance to substation and power plant technicians.
|Median Hourly Salary:||$34.90|
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