UL SPD Standards, Ratings, and Harmonic Corrections Within Changing Infrastructure.
Eaton is a global leader in power quality management products and services. This live online engineering PDH course provides a better understanding of UL SPD standards and ratings will help in your efforts to update your infrastructure, combating against failure, equipment instability, and maintenance costs.
Energy management is an important consideration for any business. With fast-changing technologies, we are seeing the need for more harmonic correction for data gathering, ensuring facility goals are achieved. In today’s business environment, that calls for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week uptime and reliability. Surge protective devices (SPDs) ensure that a customer’s investment in equipment and processes are protected from the damaging effects of voltage transients.
In this webinar with Nick Caffas, Senior Marketing Engineer at the Power Quality Division of Eaton, as he reviews the benefits of improving industrial and commercial power quality.
Industrial and Commercial Surge protection Devices
Electronic Voltage Regulators (EVRs)
Sag Ride Through (SRT) Power Conditioners
Automatic Power Factor Correction Capacitor Systems (AutoVar)
Underwriters Laboratories standard UL 1449 has become the primary safety standard for SPDs. It describes the materials and installation requirements for SPDs used for the protection of AC electrical circuits. The standard has been revised twice in the past few years, so we will review some of those changes.
This one (1) New York State Certified PDH course is applicable to process, mechanical, and electrical engineers, operations and maintenance personnel, and electrical and mechanical contractors, as well as consultants and design build contractors who construct, build, and manage facilities involving surge protection systems.