Original air date May 1, 2024

How can medium-voltage applications benefit power control systems?

When specifying switchgear, electrical engineers must understand the nuances of applying them to medium-voltage electrical systems

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For electrical engineers, designing and specifying switchgear for medium-voltage applications can be complex. Medium-voltage switchgear is typically designed to provide control and protection of medium-voltage power equipment and circuits in buildings involving generators, motors, distribution and feeder circuits and utility interconnection.


Learning objectives:

  • Learn about different types of medium-voltage switchgear.
  • Understand medium-voltage standards including ANSI 37.20.2, ANSI 37.20.3, ANSI 37.20.7.
  • Learn about medium-voltage circuit breakers, protective relays, types of enclosures and switchgear controls and configurations.
  • Understand medium-voltage switchgear components, options and accessories.

Presented By:
Peter Rossomando, Product Manager, Power Control Systems, ASCO Power Technologies

Moderated By:
Gary Cohen, Content Manager, CFE Media and Technology

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