Original air date July 23, 2020

Power event analysis in mission critical facilities

Electrical engineers designing mission critical facilities will learn about the sources of power system events and their impact, as well as forensic tools and techniques for root cause analysis.

Attendees qualify for a Certificate of Completion.

In mission critical facilities, power system events can cause enormous disruption in operations and result in substantial monetary losses, as well as have more intangible impacts through loss of brand credibility. Electrical engineers must equip the facility with the appropriate data sensors and meters, while operators need the right analytical tools to study power system disturbances, a skill that is quickly becoming fundamental to reliable operation.

This webcast will cover the modern landscape in power system event detection, the relevant industry standards and the analytical tools available. Various electrical design and specification considerations will also be discussed.

Learning objectives:

  • Know the types and causes of power system events in mission critical facilities, and their impact.
  • Understand typical motivations of facility managers in analyzing power system events.
  • Learn about the relevant industry standards governing power event analysis.
  • Review various forensic analysis tools that can be specified to study power system events, along with associated design considerations
  • Understand various practical use cases of power system events, and how to specify the tools to determine root causes.

Presented By:
Ram Kaushik, U.S. Offer Manager, Digital Power Division, Schneider Electric

Moderated By:
Amara Rozgus, Content Manager, CFE Media & Technology


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