Get up to speed on the fast and easy features of EasyPower with these comprehensive videos.
Custom Arc Flash Hazard Warning Label Editor
It is true that Arc Flash label requirements change from time to time. It is also true that systems change on occasion as well. In this Refresher webinar, Jim Chastain will demonstrate the use of the Custom Label Editor features included in EasyPower to maintain your label currency and integrity.
Custom Text Data Blocks in EasyPower
Frequently system designs and layout engineers prefer a display of the one-line drawing to include more detailed information than the final drawing presented to the client. With EasyPower’s custom Text Data Block feature, engineers can now choose from several ‘purpose oriented’ Text Data Block templates. In this Refresher session, Jim Chastain illustrates how to use the Text Block Editor to create a number of templates for this purpose.
Understanding NEC 240.67 2017, Arc Energy Reduction for Fuses
Understanding how to apply, model, and evaluate various arc flash reduction strategies is an important skill. Proper modeling and evaluation of the results are key components to selecting appropriate arc flash reduction techniques and selecting the setting(s) to optimize application method(s). This session, presented by Ryan Bergeron at GE, will provide you with an understanding of how to model two of the methods cited in the new NEC 2017 Article 240.67 for Fuses 1200A or higher – (B) 0.07 seconds or less at the available arcing current and (B)(2) Maintenance Switching – for a low voltage system using EasyPower® analysis software.
Grounding Calculations in XGSLab's GSA_FD Software
This webinar, given by Roberto Andolfato and Daniele Cuccarollo at SINT Ingegnaria in Italy, gives an intermediate level introduction to the concepts of grounding calculations and how they can be applied using XGSLab's GSA_FD grounding software.
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 OSHA standards and regulations that apply to arc flash. Then data collection in covered in preparation for system modeling and initial arc flash analysis. The series wraps up with arc flash reports, labels, and project recommendations.