Get up to speed on the fast and easy features of EasyPower with these comprehensive videos.
Arc Flash the Easy Way - Part 4: Reports, Labels and Project Recommendations
This last installment in the Arc Flash Risk Assessment series will highlight the EasyPower tools utilities which facilitate compliance with the requirements of NFPA-70E. Included in the presentation is the ability to print and export reports, customize report layout, customize label content and printing.
Arc Flash the Easy Way - Part 3: Modeling and Initial System Analysis
The third installment of this series focuses on the use of the EasyPower Arc Flash Suite #2 to construct the one-line model from the collected data and then proceeds to the initial steps required to calculated arc flash incident energies. Industry standards describing the use of the IEEE-1584 model are detailed and examples provided. This will be similar to the prior instances of this presentation, but updated to include techniques in EasyPower for comparing your electrical system using the IEEE 1584-2002 vs. 1584-2018 standard.
Arc Flash the Easy Way - Part 2: Data Collection
Of the overall time involved in an Arc Flash study, data collection can be the most costly if not properly planned. Eliminating the need for repeated trips to the site and avoiding excessive delays and cost is the focus for this presentation. Second in the Arc Flash Risk Assessment series, this presentation emphasizes the benefits that can be recognized both in cost reduction and employee education when facilities maintenance teams are part of the process. This updated presentation includes information on the many changes to data collection due to new calculation parameters in the IEEE 1584-2018 standard.
Arc Flash The Easy Way - Part 1: Regulations and Industry Standards
We kick of the first part of a 4-week series on how to meet NFPA compliance and control costs with a discussion of safety related to arc flash hazards and the evolution of regulator standards in the 15 years since their introduction. This will be similar to the prior instances of this presentation, but updated to include changes to the NFPA 70E-2021 standard.
Protective Relay Basics
This presentation, given by Andrew Legro, PE. Field Application Engineer at ABB, first discusses the difference between a low voltage circuit breaker and a protective relay and associated components (breaker, CT, relay). With an understanding of the functionality, using an electromechnical 50/51 as a foundation, attendees learn where to apply various inverse time current curves and overcurrent relay elements (50,50D,51, definite time curve). The presentation then discusses the importance for matching the relay to the breaker and how withstand, trip/clearing time relate to the time current curve. Digital, multifunctional relays, provide multiple solutions in a single package and coordinate from relay to relay, relay to fuse, and relay to LV breaker.
Modern Connected Power Systems – Virtual Lab Demo
In this webinar, Duke Dunsford, Customer Experience Manager at Square D by Schneider Electric, walks you through a visit to Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure Power Innovation Lab and so you can visually learn about the latest connected power system solutions. See first-hand how connected circuit breakers, meters, sensors, and application software can be leveraged for intelligent power systems. In the presentation you learn ways that continuous thermal monitoring maximizes uptime and reliability. You also learn how to design power systems to enable energy efficiency through connected technologies, as well as be able to list ways microgrid technologies can enhance efficiency and maximize uptime.