Get up to speed on the fast and easy features of EasyPower with these comprehensive videos.
No ‘Low Voltage Exception’ in the New 1584 Standard – Oh My!
The 2018 release of the IEEE 1584 standard no longer contains the recommendation to ‘disregard’ systems below 240 vac supplied by 125 kva transformers. During this Tuesday Refresher webinar, Jim Chastain will demonstrate the recommended method to include these system elements and discuss possible alternatives to mitigate the cost differences that may result.
EasyPower Tips and Trick - Data Blocks, EasyControls, and Global Options
During this Tuesday Refresher webinar, Jim Chastain highlights three areas of EasyPower that are not frequently emphasized. 1. How to utilize EasyControls -Drawings to better analyze remote system elements. 2. How to customize the equipment data block for to better appeal to various audiences for the one line. 3. How to utilize Global Options to improve productivity for your specific work flow.
EasyPower's Approach to Symmetrical and Asymmetrical Short Circuit Currents
Few parameters in short circuit analysis are as confusing as the topic of Symmetrical and Asymmetrical Short circuit current. In this Thursday webinar, Jim Chastain defines these two parameters and discusses where each is used by equipment manufacturers. He also explains how these values can be displayed in EasyPower.
Understanding Canadian Electrical Workplace Safety Standards - CSA Z462 and CAN/ULC-S801
For electrical industry workers around the world, multiple standards exist to define the approach boundaries and personal protective equipment required when working on live electrical equipment. In Canada, the “CSA Z462 : Workplace Electrical Safety” and “CAN/ULC-S801 : Electrical Safety for Generation, Transmission, and Distribution” standards define all the terms that apply to working on live equipment and outline the details related to arc flash protective equipment and methods of live work. This webinar, given by Simon Giard-Leroux at CIMA+, helps you understand these two safety standards and how to apply them.
What is the Difference Between Transient Motor Start and Impact Motor Start in EasyPower?
System designers of large industrial systems must consider the system perturbations that may occur during the process of starting large motor loads. This Refresher Webinar, presented by Jim Chastain at EasyPower, compares the results of two EasyPower modules: PowerFlow and Transient Motor Starting. He will demonstrate examples comparing these popular EasyPower tools.
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.