Webinar | March 27, 2012
On-Demand Webinar | A New Revolution in Power Quality Can Insure Your Facility Against Unplanned Downtime
A FREE, One-Hour Web Seminar for Automation Professionals
Industrial applications reliant on a high level of automation are extremely susceptible to short duration power disturbances. Even a quarter second voltage sag can cause an entire processes to shut down for hours. Utilities do a great job in providing premium grid customers reliable power in a binary sense, but can do very little to eliminate the “blips” being generated downstream. This webinar will focus on the roots of the problem, how it effects a process, and solutions focused on eliminating a big contributor to unplanned downtime.
A Q&A session moderated by David Greenfield will follow the webinar.
Summit Chatterjea, Manager, Power Protection Solutions, ABB
Sumit Chatterjea is a manager for ABB's Power Protection Solutions focusing on power quality and static frequency converters technology. Sumit has more than 18 years experience working with industrial customers managing their automation/power quality issues, and has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University. He lives and works in the northwestern Chicagoland area.
Andrew Hiscock, Power Protection Product Manager, ABB
Andrew Hiscock is a Power Protection Product Manager at ABB. Andrew has 25 years involvement in the electrical industry. The last 12 years in high power inverter systems, The systems range from variable speed drives, multi pulse rectifiers, to inverter based power quality mitigation equipment.
Moderated by David Greenfield, Director, Media & Events, Automation World
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