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Calculate and Comply

Performing fault calculations and complying with federal regulations couldn’t be any easier.
ShortCircuit ensures ANSI C37.010, C37.5, C37.13 and NEMA low-voltage compliance so equipment remains safe and reliable.
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Powerful Software for Short Circuit Calculations

EasyPower ANSI ShortCircuit software delivers intelligent, easy-to-use tools to:

Advantages | Beyond Comparison

No other program on the market can match ShortCircuit’s:

Compare and Verify

SmartDuty™, an expert system included with ShortCircuit, compares each equipment rating with the calculated fault duties, highlighting any problem areas on the one-line and providing a tabular report showing the equipment data, the available fault current, and the critical problem areas.

For the utmost in speed and accuracy, rely on SmartDuty to automatically determine the critical current through the equipment—line-side or load-side—whichever is greatest for the most accurate comparison available.

Design | Troubleshoot | Protect

With simple mouse clicks, system designers can easily determine the proper equipment ratings for:

Using ShortCircuit’s advanced tools, analytical engineers troubleshoot many types of electrical problems, including protective device tripping, arc flash hazards, equipment damage, and more.

Operators are able to make intelligent switching decisions using ShortCircuit’s quick and accurate calculations of fault duties. Switching and arc flash conditions are clearly displayed, helping to avoid dangerous hazards.

ANSI ShortCircuit also includes Integrated One-Line, SmartDuty™, SmartBreaker™, ScenarioManager™, MCC and Panel Schedules, and SendCAD™.

Try Before You Buy

Download a free evaluation copy of our short circuit software today. It’s the smartest, easiest way to decide!

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