Besides having fast, accurate and easy to use power system software, we at EasyPower also strive to be a resource to anyone who wishing to learn more about the markets we serve. We have up-to-date resources such as weekly live webinars, recorded videos, written materials (in PDF and blog format) and helpful links to related topics. In some areas we have so many resources that it is often helpful to just do a search once you have selected one of the categories below, you will then only see results from within that category.
Safety, Reliability & Cost - the Bottom Line
In this Thursday webinar the presenter, Joel Sandel at JRS Consulting, shows a few examples of actual studies and discuss the challenges of trying to protect transformers and emergency systems....
What Happened to the ‘125 kVA Low Voltage Exemption’?
In the original release of IEEE 1584-2002, there was language referring to the fact that systems below 240 VAC and supplied by transformers smaller than 125 kVA could be ‘disregarded’ as they...
Implementing the New IEEE 1584-2018 Standard in EasyPower
With the release of the new update to IEEE 1584, the standard for arc flash modeling, many question have arrived as well. In this EasyPower Technical Thursday Webinar the presenter, Jim...
Protective Device Coordination with EasyPower - Part 1
In Part 1 of this 2-part series, Jim Chastain at EasyPower introduces us to TCC curves and how EasyPower displays plots for protective devices, loads, and current limits. He also discusses...
The Arc Flash The Easy Way, 4-Part Webinar Series
The Arc Flash Made Easy Webinar Series is a four part series that covers the steps needed to do a basic arc flash study. The topics include the NFPA and...
FREE 10 Step Arc Flash Guide
10 Steps of an Effective Arc Flash Hazard Safety Program. Learn the specific steps to take for analyzing your current power system and identifying potential trouble spots.
FREE Arc Flash Safety Book
This comprehensive and valuable resource will walk you through the necessary steps for implementing an arc flash assessment as part of your overall safety program requirements.