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Table of Contents

CHAPTER I: COMPANY DATA ..................................................................................................................... 4


A. Company Profile ................................................................................................................................... 5
B. Inclusive Dates Of Training ................................................................................................................. 19
C. Names Of Personnel (involved in the training program with their respective designations) ................ 21
CHAPTER II. Brief Description of the Training Program .............................................................................. 22
A. Objective ............................................................................................................................................. 23
General: .............................................................................................................................................. 23
Specific: .............................................................................................................................................. 23
B. Schedule/Timetable ............................................................................................................................ 24
C. Areas Of Training:.............................................................................................................................. 25
D. Reference Materials............................................................................................................................ 28
CHAPTER III. Compiled Weekly Reports .................................................................................................... 29
Weekly Report 1 ...................................................................................................................................... 30
Weekly Report 2 ...................................................................................................................................... 31
Weekly Report 3 ...................................................................................................................................... 32
Weekly Report 4 ...................................................................................................................................... 33
Weekly Report 5 ...................................................................................................................................... 34
Weekly Report 6 ...................................................................................................................................... 35
Weekly Report 7 ...................................................................................................................................... 36
Weekly Report 8 ...................................................................................................................................... 37
Weekly Report 9 ...................................................................................................................................... 38
Weekly Report 10 .................................................................................................................................... 39
Weekly Report 11 .................................................................................................................................... 40
Weekly Report 12 .................................................................................................................................... 41
Weekly Report 13 .................................................................................................................................... 42
Weekly Report 14 .................................................................................................................................... 43
Weekly Report 15 .................................................................................................................................... 44
Weekly Report 16 .................................................................................................................................... 45
CHAPTER IV. Personal Evaluation of the Training Program ....................................................................... 46
1. Professional Learning And Development Achieved ............................................................................. 47
2. Modern Techniques, Skills And Tools Used/Learned .......................................................................... 48

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3. Equipment, Machinery, Testing Apparatus, Etc., Handhel .................................................................. 49
4. Experiences With The Company Personnel Involved In The Training ................................................. 50
5. Best Practices Used/Applied ............................................................................................................... 51
6. Discipline Related Solutions Integrated Into The Company................................................................. 52
7. Strong points ....................................................................................................................................... 53
8. Weak points ........................................................................................................................................ 54
CHAPTER V. Personal Evaluation of the Training Program ........................................................................ 55
A. Potential of the Company as a training ground ................................................................................... 56
B. Duration of the training ........................................................................................................................ 57
C. Suggestions for the improvement of the training ................................................................................. 58
D. Advice to future On-the-Job trainees .................................................................................................. 59
CHAPTER VI. Student Portfolio ................................................................................................................... 60
A. Student’s Goal .................................................................................................................................... 61
B. Student’s Philosophy .......................................................................................................................... 62
C. Student Profile .................................................................................................................................... 63
Educational Attainment ....................................................................................................................... 63
Membership and affiliation in Professional Organization..................................................................... 63
Seminars and workshop attended....................................................................................................... 63
D. Weekly Reflection 1 ............................................................................................................................ 64
Weekly Reflection 2 ............................................................................................................................ 65
Weekly Reflection 3 ............................................................................................................................ 66
Weekly Reflection 4 ............................................................................................................................ 67
Weekly Reflection 5 ............................................................................................................................ 68
Weekly Reflection 6 ............................................................................................................................ 69
Weekly Reflection 7 ............................................................................................................................ 70
Weekly Reflection 8 ............................................................................................................................ 71
Weekly Reflection 9 ............................................................................................................................ 72
Weekly Reflection 10 .......................................................................................................................... 73
Weekly Reflection 11 .......................................................................................................................... 74
Weekly Reflection 12 .......................................................................................................................... 75
Weekly Reflection 13 .......................................................................................................................... 76
Weekly Reflection 14 .......................................................................................................................... 77

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Weekly Reflection 15 .......................................................................................................................... 78
Weekly Reflection 16 .......................................................................................................................... 79
CHAPTER VII. Appendices ......................................................................................................................... 96
A. OJT Requirements Completion Form
B. Endorsement Letter
C. Certification of Acceptance for OJT
D. Student’s Parent Waiver
E. OJT/Practicum Liability Waiver
F. Curriculum Vitae
G. Certificate of Completion
H. Student’s ID
I. Registration Form
J. Student’s Cedulla
K. Supervisor’s ID
L. Daily Time Record
M. Student Performance Rating
N. S.O. Rubric
O. Winning Mindset Certificate
P. Success Stories and Testimonials
Q. Pictures
R. Rubric for Final Written Report
S. CD (Softcopy of Document)

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CHAPTER I:
COMPANY DATA

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A. Company Profile

Figure 1 Company Logo

The Company

MH POLY-ELECTROMECHS, INCORPORATED was established on 25th January 2001 under Securities

and Exchange Commission with SEC Registration Number A200100955. MHP starts its full operation on the

1st day of February 2001. The Administration and Finance Office is located at 11th Floor CyberOne Bldg.

Eastwood Cyberpark, Brgy. Bagumbayan, Quezon City 1110, Philippines while Sales and Technical

Operations is at 21 Jade St., Tierra Pura 6, Congressional Ave. Ext., Brgy. Pasong Tamo, Quezon City 1107,

Philippines.

MH POLY-ELECTROMECHS, INCORPORATED is a company engaged in the general business of trading,

importation, distribution, marketing, fabrication, assembly, installation, commissioning and service of various

industrial electrical products equipment and its components from Germany, France, Singapore, India , China,

Malaysia, Taiwan and Indonesia. It is established to cater the markets for industrial electrical products in the

Philippines.

It served more than three hundred (300) companies nationwide, which are grouped into several types of

industries. The Company has divided into four (4) main core groups such as: Finance & Administration

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Department, PQM PMS & PQS Department, Busduct Department, Industrial Projects Department and

Technical Support Group (TSG). The TSG is a team of field service technical personnel providing field service

works and after sales service to our customers which composed of skilled and well-trained individuals who

are technically capable and service oriented that can provide intelligent solutions to meet the increasing

demands of industrial and commercial users with full respect on environmental considerations. Aside from

that, the company provides electrical and electronic system integration so that utilization of resources is at

the optimum level with efficiency and maximum output.

The Company, MH POLY-ELECTROMECHS, INC. specialized in marketing Industrial Electrical Products

on an exclusive basis of the following products and equipment in Philippines:

 Power Monitoring, Power & Energy Management System

 Revenue Metering and Energy Billing System

 Power Quality Solutions

 Power Factor Improving Capacitors and its accessories

 Fast Switching Real Time Transient Free Capacitor Banks

 Active Harmonic Filters

 Static Var Generators

 Advanced Static Var Generator

 Electrical Protection Relays

 Direct and Secondary Lightning Protection

 Comprehensive Range of Switchboard Measuring Instruments and Components

 Automatic Transfer Switches

 Low Voltage & High Voltage Busduct System


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 Low Voltage and Medium Voltage Switchgears

 Medium Voltage Induction Motors

 Power and Distribution Transformers

MH POLY-ELECTROMECHS, INC. (MHP) has maintained sound stock level of fast moving products on its

1500 square meter office, workshop and warehouse facilities; and keeps commitments on timely delivery of

goods.

MHP is supported by Mun Hean Singapore Pte. Ltd. (MHS) as regional stocking and has its own service

center to provide after sales service to its customers. It occupies a total floor area of 30,000 sq. ft. combined

for the office and warehousing.

MHS covers marketing territories include Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Thailand, Taiwan, China,

Hongkong, Macau, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar and the Philippines. It acts as a regional stockiest and

service center for the territories it represents.

MH POLY-ELECTROMECHS, INC. is an Exclusive Agent for:

 AC&M Power Transducers, Industrial transmitters and Microprocessor Digital

and Setting Meter (Taiwan)

 Bimed Cable Glands and Connectors (Turkey)

 Connectwell Terminal Unit and Stations and accessories (India)


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 C&S Low Voltage Aluminum and Copper Busduct (Metabar and Etacom

Metabar)

 C&S Medium Voltage Busduct (Isobar) such as:

 Isolated Phase Busduct IPBD and

 Segregated Phase Busduct SPBD

 Eta-com Low Voltage and Medium Voltage Cast Resin Busduct (Betobar) -

Belgium

 C&S Low Voltage Industrial Products such as Air Circuit Breakers, Molded Case

Circuit Breakers, Medium Voltage Circuit Breakers, Magnetic Contactors and

Thermal Overload Relays, Changeover Switchs, Disconnect Switches and

Protection Relays (India)

 C&S Medium Voltage Switchgears (MVSG), Vacuum Circuit Breakers(VCB) and

Ring Main Units (RMU)

 Hakel Lightning and Overvoltage Protection (Secondary Protection/ Surge and

Overvoltage Protection)

 Helita Pulsar Lightning Protection System (Direct Lightning Protection) France)

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 Janitza Power Quality Monitoring, Power Management System and Power

Quality Solutions (Germany)

 MH Solenoid Type Automatic Transfer Switches & ATS Controllers (Singapore)

 MH Blue Digital kWHR Revenue Meter (Singapore)

 MH Sfere Multi-function Power Meter

 MH Low Voltage Instrument Transformers (Malaysia)

 MH Real Time Fast Switching Capacitor Banks (Germany)

 MH Electrical Protection Relays (Singapore)

 MH Electrical Switchboards Components (Singapore)

 MH Harmonic Filter Reactors (Malaysia)

 HvM Hans Von Mangoldt LV and MV Reactors (Germany)

 Quality Power (India, Turkey and United Kingdom):

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 Series Reactors 400V up to 765kV and Shunt Reactors 400V up to 66kV

Power / Furnace / Converter Duty Transformers – up to 10MVA 33kV,

 Earthing Transformers up to 15,000A 33kV

 Line Traps up to 550kV

 Static Var Compensators (SVC) up to 69kV,

 Power Capacitors up to 400kV,

 Tuned & Detuned Harmonic Filtering System,

 MV Substations up to 132kV,

 Energy Monitoring & Management System

 SACI Switchboard Measuring Instruments and Instruments Transformers (Spain)

 Sinexcel Active Harmonic Filters and Static Var Generators (Singapore)

 SIBA MV & HV Fuses, Fuse Bases and accessories (Germany)

 Vishay Power Factor Correction Capacitors (Low Voltage, Medium Voltage and

High Voltage) and its accessories (Germany)

 Vishay Power Factor Controllers and Unbalance Monitoring Relays (Germany)

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Other Products:

 CIC Medium Voltage Instrument Transformers (Taiwan) - under license by

MWB Germany and Balteau France

 Densons & Richards High Voltage Terminating Kits (India)

 SC & BB Seamless Crimp Type Cable Lugs (Taiwan)

 TRAFOINDO Power & Distribution Transformers; Padmount and Substation

Type up to 36kV (Indonesia)

 Jeumont Medium Voltage Induction Motors (India & France)

Other Products for Projects:

 Supply and assembly of Low Voltage and Medium Voltage Switchgear, MV

Motor Controller, LV Motor Control Centers, Automatic Transfer Switches,

Meter Centers, Panelboards and Distribution Boards.

 Supply and assembly of Automatic and Manual Low Voltage and Medium

Voltage Capacitor Banks.

MH POLY-ELECTROMECHS, INC. is associated to MH Group of Companies as

follows:

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Singapore (Head Office):

MUN HEAN SINGAPORE PTE.LTD.

51 Kim Keat Road, Unit 05-01/02, Mun Hean Industrial Building, Singapore 328821

Tel No.: +65-6250 0522

Fax No.: +65-6253 6885 / +65-6253 5879

E-mail address: munheansing@munhean.com.sg

Date Established: 21st January 1981

Malaysia:

MUN HEAN MALAYSIA (Malaysia) SDN. BHD.

No. 15, Jalan SS26/6 Taman Mayang Jaya, 47301 Petaling Jaya,

Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia

Tel No.: +603- 7804 2288

Fax No.: +603-7803 1185

E-mail address: munheanmy@munhean.com.my

Date Established: 22nd May 1991.

Hongkong:

MUN HEAN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (HK) CO. LTD.

Unit 801-802, 8th Floor Westlands Tower

20 Westlands Road, Quarry Bay, Hongkong


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Tel No.: +852-2873 1711

Fax No.: +852-2518 7013

E-mail address: munheanhk@munhean.com.hk

Date Established: 16th September 1993

Indonesia:

PT MUNHEAN PUMA PERKASA

Jl. Tanjung Duren Barat 1, No. 27-27A

Tanjung Duren Utara, Grogol, Petamburan, Jakarta Barat 11470, Indonesia

Tel No.: +62 21 56958826

Fax No.: +62 21 5673671

E-mail address: munheanindo@mhpp-electric.com

Date Established: 23rd January 2006

Taiwan:

MH POWER CO. LTD.

4th Fl., No. 5 Alley 11, Lane 327, Chunghe District, New Taipei City, Taiwan, R.O.C.

Tel No.: +886 2-2242 5501

Fax No.: +886 2-2246 1694

E-mail address: mhpower@hotmail.com.tw

Date Established: 3rd January 2010

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Myanmar:

MH POWER MYANMAR CO. LTD.

No. 96 Yadanar Myaing Street, Off Yagon-Insein Road (West Side),

Kamaryut Township, Yangon, Myanmar

Tel No.: +95 1 505364

Fax No.: +95 1 505364

E-mail address: mhmyanmar@munhean.com

Date Established: 23rd January 2010

Vietnam:

MUN HEAN VIETNAM CO. LTD.

No. 68 Nguyen Quy Duc Street, An Phu Ward, District 2

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Tel No.: +84 8 6281 0819

Fax No.: +84 8 621 0815

E-mail address: munheanvn@munhean.com.vn

Date Established: 25rd May 2010

China:

MUN HEAN HONG FEI (BEIJING) TECHNOLOGY CO. LTD.

Room 3-2223, Gold Spring Times


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No. 317 Datun Li, Chaoyang District

Beijing 100101, China

Tel No.: +86 10 8483 9722

Fax No.: +86 10 8483 9721

E-mail address: mhhf@munheanhongfei.com

Date Established: 25rd January 2011

Other Associated Group of Companies in Singapore are:

 Mun Hean Technology Pte. Ltd.

 Mun Hean International Pte. Ltd.

 Mun Hean Asia Pte. Ltd.

 MH Green Pte. Ltd.

 Southern Grace Hardware Pte. Ltd.

Other Associated Group of Companies in Malaysia are:

 MH Technology Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.

 Challenge Industrial Co. (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.

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OBJECTIVES

MH POLY-ELECTROMECHS, INC. aims to support in the development in Philippines

industry by providing quality products and services to meet the electrical, electro-mechanical

and electronic needs of both local and international markets at the outmost consumer and

customers’ satisfaction with high emphasis on energy conservation, energy management and

power quality solutions.

VISION FOR THE FUTURE

We are totally committed to make our “Customer First” our way of life. It is also our

commitment to continuously improve the products and services we provide in a way we

involve our people and partners; and our innovative use of technology will make us

distinctive in the market.

MISSION STATEMENT

To become one of the biggest and distinctive supplier of electrical and industrial equipment

and components, industrial process solutions and services to industry by focusing all the

resources and positively committed to the success of the customer while fully respecting

environmental demands.

QUALITY POLICY

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The company adopts the QUALITY as a degree to which the characteristics of products and

services conform to predefined and intrinsic requirements. All of our products and services are

tailored to the sophisticated requirements of our customers in the markets we serve.

Quality to us is a key instrument needed to achieve success in the market and an instrument

to increase the efficiency of our activities.

We intend to assure the quality of our products and services by relying on an efficient state-of the- art

quality assurance.

Quality assurance is the totality of actions taken to achieve the quality required.

VALUES STATEMENT

In aligning ourselves with the MH POLY-ELECTROMECHS, INC. Vision and Mission,

we totally commit to live with the following core values.

 A passion for Excellence in everything we do.

We are driven by a desire to continuously seek new and more efficient ways to

accomplish our tasks and while doing so, inspire others to improve.

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 Conduct that reflects the highest standards of Integrity

We are uncompromising and sincere in applying what is morally and ethnically

right and just in our personal and professional undertakings.

A profound Respect for the people and community.

We recognized people as our most valuable resource. We engender positive motivation to promote

trust and loyalty among all our stakeholders. We will

continue to be model citizens in the communities, in which we live and work.

 An enthused spirit of Teamwork.

We encourage synergy of skilled and multi-disciplined individuals working in

harmony and contributing their talents towards achieving common goals.

 Achieving Success

We understand that Success comes from individual perception on achieving it. It

is a dynamic force that needs to give it a nudge in the right direction and one thing

leads to another.

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B. Inclusive Dates of Training

Table 1.1 Inclusive Dates of Training in December 2017

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

1 2

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

17 18 19 20 21 22 23

24 25 26 27 28 29 30

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Table 1.2 Inclusive Dates of Training in January 2018

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

1 2 3 4 5 6

7 8 9 10 11 12 13

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

21 22 23 24 25 26 27

28 29 30 31

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Table 1.3 Inclusive Dates of Training in February 2018

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

1 2 3

4 5 6 7 8 9 10

11 12 13 14 15 16 17

18 19 20 21 22 23 24

25 26 27 28

Table 1.4 Inclusive Dates of Training in March 2018

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

1 2 3

4 5 6 7 8 9 10

11 12 13 14 15 16 17

18 19 20 21 22 23 24

25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Table 1.5 Inclusive Dates of Training in April 2018

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

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C. Names of Personnel (involved in the training program with their respective designations)

Table C-0-1List of Personnel at MH Poly-electromechs Inc.

Name Designation

Engr. Arnel B. Victorio Managing Director

Regina C. Lacson Manager, Finance & Administration

Mico Paulo M. Victorio Manager, Procurement & Material Mgm’t

Edgar B. Victorio Manager, Warehouse & Logistics

Engr. ARSENIO R. ROBLEDO, JR. Manager, Busduct (Comm’l & Ind’l)

Engr. JOHN A. BUENCAMINO Manager, PQM, PMS & PQS

Rayson V. Paguio Account Manager

Adelle C. Almodovar Account Manager

Engr. Alexander C. Esternon, Jr. Project Supervisor

Engr. Tom Tabafunda Project Engineer

Engr. Arjov Lopez Project Engineer

Reggie B. DIONIO Project Technician

Reggie B. Dionio Project Technician

Joseph B. Lucila Project Technician

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CHAPTER II. Brief
Description of the
Training Program

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A. Objective

General:

The training program aims to expose the students in an actual work setting and assimilate their

academic learning into practical applications under the supervision of experienced engineers.

Specific:

1. Develop and instill among students the industry-desired values of positive work attitude, good

human relations, competency in technical skills that pertain to their fields of study.

2. Provide the students the opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills from the company.

3. Enhance the students’ work competencies and discipline as they relate to people in the

workplace.

4. Promote competitiveness of students through their training.

5. Provide opportunities to handle new challenges and tasks.

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B. Schedule/Timetable
For the duration of the on-the-job training, the schedule followed by the trainee. The total number of hours

per week is 36 hours.

Table 2.1 OJT weekly schedule

Task Assigned Responsibility Deliverables Target Week & Date


Engr. Arjov Understanding Company Policies & Week 1 – Dec 13, 14, 15
Orientation
Lopez Regulations 2017
Preparation for the Engr. Arjov Week 2 – Dec. 18, 19,
Presentation
Christmas Party Lopez 20, 21, 22 2017
Engr. Arjov
none none Week 3 – Dec. 27 2017
Lopez
Understand Power Banks
Learn about power factor Engr. Arjov operation and process
Week 4 – Jan 3 & 5 2018
improving capacitor Lopez Learned how to compute and
design a power bank
Learned about Active Engr. Arjov Understand Active Harmonic Filter Week 5 – Jan 10, 11, 12
Harmonic Filter Lopez operation and process 2018
Learn about PM, PQA &
Engr. Arjov Understand PM, PQA & PQM Week 6 – Jan 15, 16, 18,
PQM Management
Lopez System operation and process 19 2018
System
Learn about Fast Engr. Arjov Understand Fast Switching Banks Week 7 – Jan 22, 23, 25,
Switching Banks Lopez operation and process 26 2018
Learn about Voltage Sag Engr. Arjov Understand Voltage Sag Week 8 – Jan 30 and Feb
Compensation Lopez Compensation process 2 2018
Learn about Power Factor Engr. Arjov Understand Power Factor Week 9 –Feb 14 & 15
Controllers Lopez Controllers operation and process 2018
Learn about indirect and Engr. Arjov Understand indirect and direct Week 10 –Feb 20, 21, 23
direct lightning protection Lopez lightning protection operation 2018
Learn about EMS Software Engr. Arjov Understand EMS Software Week 11 –Feb 27, 28
Solutions Lopez Solutions operation and process March 1, 2 2018
Engr. Arjov
Site PM for Cap. Banks Did PM in all cap banks in UNILAB Week 12 –March 7 2018
Lopez
Learn about Electrical Engr. Tom Understand Electrical Protection Week 13 –April 4 & 6
Protection Relays Tabafunda Relays operation and process 2018
Learn about Busbar Engr. Tom Understand Busbar Trunking Week 14 –April 11, 12
Trunking Tabafunda operation and process 2018
Learn about Electrical Engr. Tom Understand Electrical Protection Week 15 –April 11 & 12
Protection Relays Tabafunda Relays operation and process 2018
Engr. Tom Week 16 –April 17, 19,
none none
Tabafunda 20 2018

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C. Areas of Training:

The training program focuses on electrical equipment (capacitor banks and power quality analyzer). Areas

or training are as follows:

Introduction

The company aim to be the leading provider of quality services consistently delivered to institutions,

entrepreneurs, and to our community. They believe in creating value for our clients thru prompt and honest

dealings. They believe in creating value for our employees by providing them with opportunities for

professional growth. Sound professional management, continuity in corporate vision, a healthy corporate

culture, ethical business practice, recognition of the crucial role of valued clients and fair employee’s

compensation are the cornerstone upon which stable corporate growth for MH-Polyelectromechs Inc. is

assured.

Electrical Design of the Capacitor Bank

The electrical design of the capacitor banks has been made to be efficient and reliable for future

loads of the building. An electrical design goes to several important stages of development. The designer

must understand the scope of the project then the designer defines and design each component. Finally

these individual components are compiled to form the final presentation.

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Electrical Equipments as follows:

Power Quality Analyzer

The power quality analyzer is particularly suitable for monitoring power quality according to standards

such as the EN 50160. All power quality parameters are collected and analyzed e.g. flicker, short term

interruptions with fault recorder function, transients, harmonics up to the 63rd and inrush currents etc.

Digital Power Meter

This economical series of digital meter provides equal functionality in lieu of a complete array of

analogue devices such as ammeters, voltmeters, power meters (kW, kVA, kvar, cos-phi), kWh-meter, etc,

thus offering a significant cost reduction for project planning, mounting, wiring, etc, as compared to the use

of analogue meters.

Portable Network Analyzer for Network Data-Logging

Network analyzers are intended for fault analysis and cause identification in low voltage systems.

Thus, with overloaded capacitors in a reactive power compensation system a long-term harmonics analysis

can provide information on whether the overload is perhaps caused by too much noise on the grid (THD-U),

for example. However, the recording of load profiles can also play an important role in the new dimensioning

of system components or for the negotiation of power supply contracts. Mobile network analyzers offer an

advantage in particular with sporadic problems or fault analysis or in cases where certain measured values
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must be even more closely localized. Along with the large number of electrical measured values this range

offers a multitude of additional functions such as the saving of minimum and maximum values, operating

hours counter, bi-metallic strip function, password protection and much more.

Power Analyzer

The Power Analyzer is an all-rounder for the panel mounted main feeder analyzer. The measurement

is made on 4 separate current inputs, either for three phase systems with additional measurements in N or

PE or the measurement of 4 individual single-phase loads. It has per each current input a separate energy

counter. The very large data memory of 256 MB permits the logging of all readings for months even without

intermediate reading.

Active Harmonic Filters

The effects of system harmonics power pollution is an increasing problem given the growth of

sophisticated electronics and proliferation of non-linear loads in commercial and industrial applications. Active

Harmonic Filters provide reduction of system harmonics as well as highly dynamic reactive power

compensation. Connected in parallel with the harmonic-generating loads, the Active Filter analyses the

system harmonics profile and “injects” a counter-phase harmonic compensation current into the network, i.e.

neutralizing the corresponding harmonic distortions in the system.

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D. Reference Materials

The reference materials used during the training were:

 Philippine Electrical Code 2009

 Sinexcel Active Harmonic Filter Brochure and presentation

 Janitza Digital Electronics Brochure and presentation

 MH Vishay ESTA Capacitor Bank Brochures and presentation

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CHAPTER III.
Compiled Weekly
Reports

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Weekly Report 1

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Weekly Report 2

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Weekly Report 3

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Weekly Report 4

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Weekly Report 5

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Weekly Report 6

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Weekly Report 7

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Weekly Report 8

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Weekly Report 9

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Weekly Report 10

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Weekly Report 11

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Weekly Report 12

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Weekly Report 13

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Weekly Report 14

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Weekly Report 15

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Weekly Report 16

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CHAPTER IV.
Personal
Evaluation of the
Training Program

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1. Professional Learning and Development Achieved

My internship program at MH Poly-electromechs Inc, site formerly located near Gilmore and now

was relocated. The training was held in their former location at MH Poly-electromechs Inc. near

Gilmore, 45 mins away from TIP Manila. We were four interns at the company with the other three

interns coming from PUP Sta. Mesa. The training also allowed me to put the theory I have studied

into practice in a work situation, while further developing my relevant industry skills. The company

taught me to be responsible in terms of attendance. I learned the essence of discipline. Disciplined

to be on time coming to work because sometimes I used to attend my training in a half-day session

due to on semester situation. I became more respectful, in terms of greeting them whenever I come

and leave the room. In my weeks in the company, I became more confident. Confident enough to

share my knowledge whenever I am asked. I became responsible and many works inside the project

site especially when I was applying the knowledge that I’ve learned from my supervisor and some

workers in the project.

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2. Modern Techniques, Skills and Tools Used/Learned

As part of my internship, I developed my practical skills in the field of electrical because I was able

to absorb all the knowledge that they taught me during my OJT hours. I also developed my interpersonal

skills by dealing with the projects workers because I was new in the project site. Another is that feeling the

surrounding and applying safety and security when performing a danger task that may lead to some accident.

I also learned some tools using inside the site and as an electrician, it is hard to work if some tools are missing

and I will try to find something different to finish the job. Also, I learned how to use all those tools correctly as

the other electricians used it in their jobs and so far I still keep in learning new things as a trainee. One thing

they like about me is that I always volunteer myself to help everyone who needed a partner ever though I

know to myself that I’m not good enough but still I keep on learning new ideas and techniques. Last thing

that I learned in my internship is applying and security in every part of the task because just one mistake can

lead to accident.

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3. Equipment, Machinery, Testing Apparatus, Etc., Handhel

In this part of my training, I was able to handle some of the tools that are used by our electrician. In

the part of the equipment, I handled the capacitor bank and power quality analyzers. This part is one major

task for me because one mistake I could be electrocuted. In the testing apparatus, I was able to handle a

multimeter. This was used during our testing and maintenance with the capacitor banks. The testing is not

hard, it’s entering the electrical room which was hard. Since, it was located in a very small and confined

space. I wasn’t able to do much testing and machine handling here, since I mostly do office jobs, reading

office materials and design works.

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4. Experiences with The Company Personnel Involved In The Training

During my training, I have worked with the technical support engineers in some projects and during

my whole stay. He taught me how engineers actually work inside the project sites like in UNILAB and how to

apply many strategies in terms of many different and difficult situation. I experience being pressured and also

excited when they gave me a task that I have really no idea because it was my first time to perform that task

which was capacitor bank testing and maintenance. I experienced many mistakes during my training days,

and they told me that it was a very good thing that I admit my mistakes. Because it means I am willing to be

corrected. I experience to be like a real engineer inside the project site. I was able to gain and adapt in the

task that I experienced during my training. Some task will be done on the same day and other task takes few

more days.

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5. Best Practices Used/Applied

I’ve met different people during my training and since then I learned to enhance my communications

skills, confidence in front of my supervisor, interpersonal skills, ect. In terms of communication skills, I was

able to communicate with all the workers inside the company and I was able to have a great time with them.

Since I they knew that I was on my training, they taught me many things that I should learn as future electrical

engineer. In terms of confidence level, I was able to approach my supervisors anytime as long as I saw them

available. The strategies that I learned from them is very useful because they already experienced those

kinds of task which were hard for me to handle.

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6. Discipline Related Solutions Integrated into The Company

From the different task that has been given to me from my training, I was able to realize the mistakes

that I might encounter by applying a circuit imagination in my head. I learned that part with my supervisors

during the site inspection and when inside the office. When I experience major problems, I always consult to

my supervisor and he will not just tell me what to do but instead he will teach me the solution in very practical

way that he can. I was able to discipline myself and to be discipline because I was just new in that part of my

life or training and I keep on learning and learning all those mistakes and solutions to the problem that I might

or always encounter during my training. Applying those solution on my own was a really big achievement for

me because I was able to learn when my supervisor is teaching me to solve those problematic tasks that I

encountered.

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7. Strong points

As an intern at MH Poly-electromechs Inc., I can say that my supervisor or project in charge and

their workers have a total link with each other. Their relationship to each other is strong enough for them to

understand each other even though all workers have different attitudes. Thru this, the company can withstand

the pressure between the employees, another is that the ambiance inside the work place is vibrant to the

point that me as a trainee is satisfied that I can have their support all throughout the hours in OJT. The strong

points that I saw in the company was they have a good background of what they are doing.

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8. Weak points

I don’t see any weak points in this company because they are doing their best to teach their OJT’s

without pressure that’s why the trainees can do works efficiently. Maybe right now is their current location

which they recently transferred, because it was very far and it’s inside a subdivision.

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CHAPTER V.
Personal
Evaluation of the
Training Program

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A. Potential of the Company as a training ground

MH Poly-electromechs Inc. enhance the skills and knowledge of the trainees which is acquired

through understanding on every exposure in the actual work in which of course related to electrical

equipments which is the scope of work of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. This learning and experience in this

kind of work are actually introduction of a much broader side of Electrical Engineering in which trainees are

benefiting from the experience that the company can give and attribute to their learning. In short, MH Poly-

electromechs Inc. is a perfect starting ground for every aspiring Electrical Engineering student where to

cultivate training and to pursue their Electrical Engineering Career.

1. Availability and Appropriateness of Facilities, Equipment, and Machinery

The company provides a set of adequate Machinery related to the scope of work which is design,

these sets of machineries are different types of printers, copying machines, binders, computers, etc., in which

is work is fastened to finish. For the equipment, tools such as training materials and such are old but still in

their working condition, these materials should be replaced with a new one. Lastly for the Facility, it is not

neat as other design firm pertaining to their data filing, but the environment is recommended in MH Poly-

electromechs Inc. specially the hospitality of each staffs is very remarkable and the workplace itself is very

fun to work into.

2. Company Personnel Corporation

Generally, the company staffs/ personnel are very welcomed to the trainees; communication

between personnel is in its finest that of course involved and plays a big role in achieving success of the

company and their projects. Trainees can develop skills such as organizational communication skill,

motivation of others, and teamwork.

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B. Duration of the training

Being an intern for almost four months and a half is really worth it, the training I’ve undergone at MH

Poly-electromechs Inc. helped me a lot in getting experience and knowledge that I can apply in my

studies and in my career. It also helped me in developing and build my competency in the industry, my

communication skills, confidence and self-discipline. The allotted time provided is relatively enough to

learn and practice knowledge in field. 240 hours is really not enough to explore all aspects of the

Engineering field. However, this provided me clairvoyance in the field. Once I finish my 240 hours of

training, my supervisor told me to come back and work for the company not as a trainee but as a future

engineer. They believe that the knowledge that I learned from my training will be applied again and I

know I will learn new thing that I didn’t learn from my training. For now, I just need more time to learn

more of it, more from my training, more from my professors and more from myself especially in my

limitation.

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C. Suggestions for the improvement of the training

For the improvement of the training, the company should advertise their open slots for OJT positions;

this is due to referral in which trainees are just referred by past trainees.

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D. Advice to future On-the-Job trainees

For the future On-the-Job trainees, you should find a company that can bring out the best out of you

without having problem on finishing it on time. You should also make sure to process and organize your

papers and seminars to avoid hindrance n working days and late submission of requirements for OJT, while

training, constant communication to co-trainees is important to develop teamwork and cooperation to

accomplish task easily and on time. Being punctual is another plus factor to diminish or even eliminate delays

on submissions for deadlines of passing of assigned works. Don’t be hesitant in asking or to make follow ups

if the assign task given by the supervisor is not clear to you. Lastly being courteous to co-worker inside the

work place and being positive to every work that is task to you in order to finish it on time with precision and

mastery from positive to every work that is task to you in order to finish it on time with precision and mastery

from it.

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CHAPTER VI.
Student Portfolio

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

A. Student’s Goal

As this course started, I already have the difference expectation that I must met. First of is to know

the different codes, standards and calculations approach in an electrical equipment design. Also, I expect to

have a knowledge in various systems in an electrical design. I also expect to have more knowledge on every

situation and problems that may occur in firm. On how they could handle things right and on how could they

make us realize that their situation is just normal in an electrical design firm and must be solve right away. I

want to experience the actual thing of an Electrical Engineer works on field for me it is best to learned not

only by the book but also through experience.

There are many things that I able to do and able to know. But I know that this goal is not easy to be

obtained. This goal is not attainable in just a short period of time but know that with the help of my superiors

they can help me attain it. By being an observant and curious person, I could explore and got to learn the

things are seen in the firm. Just make sure not to stop listening, observing, studying and learning the things

especially with the things you’re not familiar. Being determined to attain this goal will be the key in moving

forward and achieving goals.

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

B. Student’s Philosophy

My Philosophy of being an Electrical Engineering Student

When I became an electrical engineering student, I always believe that “God will be my guiding light and God

will direct me to the right path.” I always make God as an inspiration. Whenever I am having problems in

school, I just put in mind that God has a plan for me. Proverbs 3:5 “With all your heat, trust in the Lord and

do not lean to your own understanding.” To surpass these struggles, I always run back to God and even I run

far I always ended up in His arms. I’ve never dreamt about being an engineering student and I never even

thought there was an Electrical Engineer. Yet, here I am. I might not know my path, but God directed me

here, if obstacles will show up in my way, I’ll just pass right through it with God as my motivation.

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

C. Student Profile

Present Work

None

Educational Attainment
Baccalaureate

Course: BS Electrical Engineering

School: Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila

Year Level: 5th year

Membership and affiliation in Professional Organization


Institute of Integrated Electrical Engineers (IIEE)

Seminars and workshop attended


 Grounding – University of Santo Tomas

 Automation: An Innovative Approach in the Field of Electrical Engineering - University of Santo

Tomas

 Engineering Safety Maintenance - Technological Institute of the Philippines – Arlegui

 Distribution Transformer and Distribution System - Technological Institute of the Philippines –

Arlegui

 Value Engineering in Electrical Construction - University of Santo Tomas

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D. Weekly Reflection 1

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

Self – Assessment and Improvement with associated SO (Week 1 – Dec 13, 14, 15 2017)

During my first week in the company of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. as an OJT Trainee, I met

everyone at the job and was formally introduced during my first day.in this week I learned many important

things about being an Electrical Engineer through the orientation and task that had been discussed and given

to me. On my first day as a trainee, they explain and thought me the right way of designing capacitor banks,

and they’re also explain me the steps in designing the electrical layout. On the second day I started to plot

the electrical layouts of capacitor banks. I am enjoyed my first week because I met lots people at work.

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

Self – Assessment and Improvement with associated SO (Week 2 – Dec. 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 2017)

During my second week in the company of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. there wasn’t much to do since

I entered to the last quarter and last month of the year where the projects are almost finished and nothing to

do really. So, what we did in the office is that we just practiced on our presentation for the coming Christmas

Party. I joined with the sales team even though I am under Technical Support Department. Our presentation

is just a simple dance number together with some of our product electrician. During the Christmas Party

which was held in a KTV Room in Greenhills, I was the only On the Job Trainee that was present. At first, I

would not like to come because, it’s quite embarrassing to be the only intern to join the Christmas Party but

since our admin insisted that I should come. I went and joined to the celebration.

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

Self – Assessment and Improvement with associated SO (Week 3 – Dec. 27 2017)

During my third week in the company of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. which I only spend with just day.

I didn’t anything productive since there wasn’t much people in the company after the Christmas It’s like I am

the only on the job trainee at that day and none of my supervisors showed up and there is only 2 people

inside the admin. So, the only instruction that was given to me was to just chill in my sit and do anything that

I would like to do.

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

Self – Assessment and Improvement with associated SO (Week 4 – Jan 3 & 5 2018)

During my fourth week in the company of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. I resume with my studies about

capacitor banks. Since there was no current project that I could join they just insisted that I should immerse

myself in studying about capacitor banks, I learned how to compute for a needed capacitor bank rating and

how to design a capacitor bank to. So, Low Voltage Capacitors have been designed for Power Factor

Correction in low voltage plants. Loads such as motors and transformers consume real power as well as

reactive power. Generators, supply cables, and other electrical distribution equipment should be relieved

from reactive. Low Voltage Capacitors are based on MKP-technology. The active element consists of

metallized polypropylene film with self-healing properties. Three winding elements are encapsulated in one

aluminum casing and connected to form a true 3-phase capacitor. In a stacked assembly, these winding

elements greatly reduce the risk of device breakdown. I was actually tasked to design a capacitor bank in

one of our projects and emailed it to our supervisor. On my second day I went to our warehouse and watch

how the capacitor bank is being assembled that will be deliver to one of our clients.

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

Self – Assessment and Improvement with associated SO (Week 5 – Jan 10, 11, 12 2018)

During my fifth week in the company of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. I was introduced to another

product of our company this is the Active Harmonic Filter which is also known as AHF. Active Harmonic

Filters provide reduction of system harmonics as well as highly dynamic reactive power compensation.

Connected in parallel with the harmonic-generating loads, the Active Filter analyses the system harmonics

profile and “injects” a counter-phase harmonic compensation current into the network, i.e. neutralising the

corresponding harmonic distortions in the system. The effects of system harmonics power pollution is an

increasing problem given the growth of sophisticated electronics and proliferation of non-linear loads in

commercial and industrial applications. Non-linear loads are a result of systems that use frequency converter,

drives, welding machines and applications that consume non-sinusoidal-shaped or unsymmetrical currents

from the network. These generate a significant level of harmonics currents. The acute problem with harmonic

currents is that they lead to issues such as thermal losses in cables, distribution panels, transformers,

overloading and unstable network conditions due to unsymmetrical currents. Whenever I have time to spare,

they have let me to visit the warehouse and then check the 25A Active Harmonic Filter that we have. They

taught me how to operate it and how it also works.

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

Self – Assessment and Improvement with associated SO (Week 6 – Jan 15, 16, 18, 19 2018)

During my sixth week in the company of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. I was introduced to another

product of our company these are the Digital Power Meter, Power Analyzer and Power Quality Analyzer. Our

main brands for these PQ, PQA and PDM is Janitza where is made in Germany. Where in Janitza electronics

GmbH has established themselves as one of the global leading manufacturers in the field of power quality

monitoring, management and solutioneering through its product offerings, energy control systems and

services. This economical series of digital meter provides equal functionality in lieu of a complete array of

analogue devices such as ammeters, voltmeters, power meters (kW, kVA, kvar, cos-phi), kWh-meter, etc,

thus offering a significant cost reduction for project planning, mounting, wiring, etc, as compared to the use

of analogue meters.

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

Self – Assessment and Improvement with associated SO (Week 7 – Jan 22, 23, 25, 26 2018)

During my seventh week in the company of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. I was introduced to another

product of our company which is the Fast Switching Banks. Also known as transient-free automatic capacitor

bank or real-time fast switching capacitor bank, this German-based system is designed for optimized

performance, enhanced life time and ultra-fast control of power factor. MH Fast Switching Capacitor Systems

are used in applications with high and frequent load fluctuations. In such cases, the conventional PFC

systems are not fast enough to follow the load dynamics. The electromechanical contractors are also not

designed for extensive switching cycles being susceptible to wear out thus raising concerns of safety risks.

MH Fast Switching overcomes these issues by replacing the mechanical contactor with a semiconductor

switch. This semiconductor switch is fast electronically controlled and can switch the capacitors within a few

milliseconds without grid disturbances or high stress levels.

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

Self – Assessment and Improvement with associated SO (Week 8 – Jan 30 and Feb 2 2018)

During my eight week in the company of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. I was introduced to another

product of our company which is the Voltage Sag Compensation. The modern power network is frequently

disturbed by voltage spike and sag. Over 90% of power quality event can be traced to short duration (less

than 1second) voltage event. While this sag is often undetected, it causes direct production loss in critical

process operations. Mun Hean’s Power Quality team has been working with these industry players to detect

and solve their voltage sag issues. Critical process operations affected by voltage sag include:

Semiconductor fabrication, PLC Controlled automation robot, Chemical & Petroleum process production,

Dairy, food & beverage production The root cause of voltage sag originates from Surge Protection Device

operation during lightning surge incident on utility high voltage power line. A momentary line to earth short

circuit is created during the SPD discharge function which cause the line voltage to fall abruptly. The event

duration is short-lived but poses challenges to many critical process operations that depend on a stable

voltage. To solve these problems Mun Hean’s team will perform a study on the client’s operations, prescribe

a suitable voltage sag compensation solution with ROI analysis and complete the installation with testing and

commissioning. Mun Hean has partnerships with Voltage Sag compensation solutions from Europe with the

following core designs.

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

Self – Assessment and Improvement with associated SO (Week 9 –Feb 6 & 9 2018)

During my ninth week in the company of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. I was introduced to another

product of our company which is Power Factor Controllers. Our main brand for this is Vishay. Power Factor

Controllers can be employed wherever manual and automatic control of central power factor correction

equipment in low and medium voltage plants is required. It is a Power Factor Controller based on both

longstanding know-how in the field of reactive current control technique and the latest developments in micro-

electronics. All functions of the Power Factor Controller are controlled by a microprocessor.

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

Self – Assessment and Improvement with associated SO (Week 10 –Feb 14 & 15 2018)

During my tenth week in the company of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. I was introduced to another

product of our company which are the indirect and direct lightning protection. MUN HEAN is the exclusive

marketing agent for Hélita’s range of products since 1981. Our unrivalled experience and commitment make

us the specialists in the lightning industry. In parallel to that, our wealth of knowledge, accumulated over the

last three decades, allows us to offer comprehensive lightning protection solutions which include system

design advice, installation, testing and commissioning and responsive after-sales service. These credentials

are testified by a proud track record of more than 200,000 installations in various countries. HAKEL is one of

the dominant makers of Surge Protection Devices (SPD) in Europe over the last decade. It offers a

comprehensive range of surge and lightning arresters for protection against overvoltage. These include

devices to protect AC networks of various voltage levels and also special systems for data lines and

telecommunication devices and protective modules for process measurement and control systems. Hakel

SPDs specialize particularly in telecommunication devices with and extensive list of project references in

various nations.

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

Self – Assessment and Improvement with associated SO (Week 11 –Feb 20, 21, 23 2018)

During my eleventh week in the company of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. I was introduced to another

product of our company which is the EMS Software Solutions of our company. It is composed of GridVis,

DIAX View Web Based EMS and Ordek Flexible Software Platform. Modern facilities such as Datacenter,

Hospital, Shopping Mall, Commercial Highrise Office require accurate energy usage management and real

time monitoring of critical load operation status. Janitza GridVis is the Web Based Energy Management

System, developed with the input from industrial expert on energy and power quality management. It provides

a suite of report and analysis tools to help Facility Operation Management, Plant Engineer and System

Analyst to managed both technical and financial status of the plant. Key Performance Index such as PUE

and COP calculation are presented in user friendly GUI and can be incorporated with external operation data

sources such as human traffic volume, weather condition, production volume, carbon footprint etc. Live view

mimic diagram with geographic zooming function allow displaying of the current Realtime status of all plant

devices. Specialized power quality reporting that comply to industry standard such as IEC 61000-2-4, EN

50160, ITIC are integrated into the GridVis features with auto assessment routine, producing a pass/failed

summary report to reduce the workload of operation teams. One of the specialized reports is the “Total Facility

Availability” report which is developed for the Datacenter operator in mind. The report automated the collation

of transient events (typically in 20-100ms duration) interruption times which are normally overlooked by

conventional BMS. Alert alarms ticketing is built into the dashboard Alarm Management with configurable

alarm limit level setting for every device. Upon exceeding a limit level, an alarm ticket will be registered and

displayed on the dashboard. Notification emails and Mobile SMS are sent to the respective operation

personnel. Operation personnel can login to their working page and acknowledge and update alarm status.
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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

Self – Assessment and Improvement with associated SO (Week 12 –Feb 27, 28 March 1, 2 2018)

During my twelfth week in the company of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. which is just composed of a

whole day field work and a short visit to the company on Friday to submit the results of our preventive

maintenance for our capacitor banks and power quality monitoring system that was installed in UNILAB at

Mandaluyong. So, this is my first field work other than those days when Ma’am Adelle would bring me to do

some client visitation. During the whole trip I was accompanied by one of our Project Technician, a Project

Engineer, and a Manager for PQS, PMS and PQM. When inspecting the capacitor banks, they would allow

me do the recording and measuring of the equipment and they would just supervise me and explain to me

everything that there was there in the electrical rooms and generator room. That day was one of the

unforgettable days during my training here at MH Poly-electromechs Inc.

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

Self – Assessment and Improvement with associated SO (Week 13 –March 7 & 9 2018)

During my thirteenth week in the company of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. I was introduced to another

product of our company which are Ground Fault Protection, Overcurrent Protection and other Fault

Protection. A Ground Fault Detection and Protection method is typically used to continuously monitor an AC

electrical circuit for fault conditions, instantly disconnecting the power in order to minimize loss of life or

equipment damage. MH Poly-electromechs Inc. offers both DTL and IDMTL ground faults protection relay.

Overcurrent is a condition which exists on an electrical circuit when the normal load current is exceeded. Any

current in excess of the rated current of a conductor or systems may result in risk of fire or shock from

insulation damaged from heat generated by overcurrent. MH Poly-electromechs Inc. offers both DTL and

IDMTL overload protection relay. There are other protective relays used for electrical control/power system

protection which include under/over voltages, reverse power, phases sequence or phase reversal relay and

much more. We can offer other protective devices to serve your protection needs.

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

Self – Assessment and Improvement with associated SO (Week 14 – April 3 & 6 2018)

During my fourteenth week in the company of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. I was introduced to another

product of our company which is Busbar, which can be categorized as Betobar, Metabar and Isobar. Mun

Hean has been in partnership with C&S Electric for almost a decade, working together in since the early days

to provide power distribution solutions in Philippines. Today, Mun Hean represents C&S Electric busduct and

other industrial electrical solutions in South East Asia. C&S Electric Ltd is a USD 240million group founded

in 1966 with a 4000-employment workforce including 400engineers. The company has 20 state-of-the-art

manufacturing plants in Belgium, India & China and its products are exported to 88 countries. The group

established the Power Busbar Division in 1982 and the manufacture plants are operated with ISO 9001:2008

quality management system in ensuring premium quality of products. There is more than 1000 installation

job in various industrial sector has been completed till date. Mun Hean offers three main categories of power

distribution solutions; BETOBAR, METABAR and ISOBAR. All of which are tested according to IEC standards

(ASTA, KEMA, DAMSTRA, CPRI).

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

Self – Assessment and Improvement with associated SO (Week 15 –April 11 & 12 2018)

During my fifteenth week in the company of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. I was introduced to another

product of our company which is Digital Time Switches & Smart Relays. GIC which is one of our suppliers

manufactures Time Switches in both analog and digital versions that perform the function of controlling the

opening and closing of electrical circuits based on a predetermined schedule. Astronomical time switches

are programmed to control various loads or electronic utilities routinely according to sunrise and sunset times

are also available. Now you can seamlessly implement automation in your electromechanical processes with

GIC’s Programmable Logic controller. It is a real-time system designed for multiple input and output

arrangements and has applications in both, Industrial and Commercial sectors.

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STUDENT PORTFOLIO
Niña Marie B. Lugtu
BS Electrical Engineering
Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
2nd Semester SY 2017 – 2018

Self – Assessment and Improvement with associated SO (Week 16 –April 17, 19, 20 2018)

During my sixteenth week in the company of MH Poly-electromechs Inc. which would be my last

week of stay here for almost five months of being an Intern in this company. This week I just finished all my

papers and works so that when I leave, I am sure I am not leaving anything behind. There was not much I

could do here in the office other than just to sit and do some of my school works. Since, I don’t have an

assigned task now because we don’t have an ongoing project here in Manila. All our current projects are in

Bataan which was a bus duct installation and power quality testing in Cebu.

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CHAPTER VII.
Appendices

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TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES
CAREER CENTER

ON-THE-JOB TRAINEE
SUCCESS STORY AND TESTIMONIAL
PRIVACY CONSENT
 I understand and agree that by filling out this form I am allowing the Technological Institute of the Philippines to collect, process, use, share, and disclose
my personal information for OJT/internship testimonial and also to store it as long as necessary for the fulfillment of the stated purpose and in
accordance with applicable laws, including the Data Privacy Act of 2012 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations, and the T.I.P. Privacy Policy. The
purpose and extent of collection, use, sharing, disclosure, and storage of my personal information was explained to me.

Name: Niña Marie B. Lugtu


Internship, Co-op or Research Site:
MH Poly-electromechs. Inc.
Program:
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Expected Graduation Year: 2019

Briefly describe your internship, co-op, research, or service- learning opportunity, including your day-to-day
tasks,
responsibilities, and assignments.

During my internship, I was given the opportunity to learn more about electrical equipment’s and apparatus. I
am able to study the electrical losses of a building and what needs to be done to minimize or convert the losses
into useful electricity. I also had the chance to apply my knowledge in electrical circuits through load calculations
and capacitor banking calculations. I also learned how to troubleshoot and do proactive maintenance in
capacitor banks and the usage of power quality analyzer, how to use advanced commands in AutoCAD, and
many more in the electrical equipment industry inside the firm.

What have you enjoyed the most about your position or organization/company?
What I enjoyed most during my internship was whenever there was a client to meet outside to discuss about
the products and when we need to do some installation or do check-up/maintenance to the current installations
whether it is a capacitor bank or power quality analyzer, because in the office there were not much lot to do
except reading brochures and materials of the equipment’s. Unlike in the field there are much more to learn and
by seeing and experiencing it by real hand makes you be able to understand it much better.
What have you gained from your experience that you could not have gained from another opportunity?
What I have gained in my experience during my stay here was that I gained a lot of knowledge of being an
electrical engineer inside the firm, which was not being taught in the university. Not just that I also gained a lot
of strategies when dealing with difficult actual problems where those situations was just in the worded problem
in some of our reference books.

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What advice would you give to other students?
My advice to other students is that you should choose what place you really want to spend your 240 hours of
OJT. Because if you are in the place that you really want, there is an excitement every day you will attend to
your OJT.
What are your meaningful experiences during your internship?
My experience in the company itself was meaningful. Because I have learned many things that I didn’t know in
my 5 years stay as an electrical engineering student. I also met different people, these includes professional
engineers, other student, and many more. I also gained the attitude of being a worker. I am happy to say that
working in the site has been a meaningful experience to me. Additional to everything, this company made me
feel like home.
Please provide a short quote about what you liked most about your position / earning internship credit / the
internship placement process.
 “Find out what you like doing best and get someone to pay you for doing it.”

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PICTURES

Figure 2. All the employees in MH Poly-electromechs Inc.

Figure 3. All the employees in MH Poly-electromechs Inc.

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Figure 8. Sales Department Team

Figure 9. Materials Management Team

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Figure 4. Female Employees of MH Poly-electromechs Inc.

Figure 5. Male Employees of MH Poly-electromechs Inc.

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Figure 6. Administration and Finance Department Team

Figure 7. Technical Support Group Team

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Figure 10. Busduct Inside View

Figure11. Busduct Side View

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Figure 12. Reception at Tierra Pura Location

Figure 13. Products of MH Poly-electromechs Inc.

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