Get up to speed on the fast and easy features of EasyPower with these comprehensive videos.
EasyPower Arc Flash Label Design and Customization
The EasyPower label editor enables users to configure the label look and content to meet the requirements of any client or facility owner. Most printed labels may be out of date or reflect incorrect information when system elements are changed. EasyPower includes a feature to enable updated information to be always available by incorporating a QR code on the label and linking the URL to a customer controlled web page that can be updated at will. During this refresher webinar, Jim Chastain highlights the details of creating a label for today’s technology.
Understanding Arc Flash Reports in EasyPower
EasyPower generates a lot of data during the process of an arc flash hazard analysis. In this webinar Jim Chastain will describe where this information can be found and other applications for the data than just study reports. Almost every report can be configured to meet your specific needs. We start with the recommended list of information ‘required’ by the standards. Included in the presentation is step by step instructions about how to use the Scenario Manager to compare Arc Flash results from 1584-2002 and 1584 – 2018. Don’t miss it!
Grounding Analysis for Utility Scale Photovoltaic Power Plant
Utility scale systems (5 MW or greater) present several challenges for properly designing grounding system for personnel protection concerns. This discussion, given by David Lewis, PE, Grounding and Power Systems at EasyPower, highlights some of these challenges and provide methodologies to accurately assess the grounding system performance with regard to IEEE Std 80.
Protective Device Coordination Tips - Updated
In this webinar, Jim Chastain at EasyPower discusses issues related to Protective Device Coordination using EasyPower software. Topics include: molded case circuit breakers (MCCB) vs low voltage power circuit breakers (LVPCB), coordination of MCCBs (including Series Coordination in EasyPower), relay coordination time intervals, transformer damage curves (why two curves), transformer protection, TCC clipping, maximum current vs individual bus fault, and I2t In/Out - when to use - if ever. This is an updated webinar based on a very popular webinar given in 2017.
Fuse Basics - The Essential Concepts of Working With Fuses
This webinar, given by Dave Komm at Mersen, covers the essential concepts of working with fuses including their construction, basic design, operation, performance, and maintenance. This webinar helps you understand how a fuse operates during a short-circuit or overload situation, and also discusses cycle fatigue.