When and how to incorporate medium-voltage electrical systems in projects
Understand when and how to specify medium-voltage electrical systems into building projects, including water and wastewater facilities.
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Medium voltage (MV) electrical systems are a critical element in modern electrical infrastructure, specified into everything from industrial facilities to data centers. To get the most out of MV, it is important to understand its history, current trends including codes and standards, and typical applications.
Starting with the basics, the presenters will define MV and discuss the relevant ANSI specifications and explore MV gear from its early beginnings to its current state. Key trends in MV will also be highlighted, such as the development of new products, the adoption of front access designs, the use of narrow footprints and the increasing digitalization of MV systems.
Common applications of MV in water/wastewater facilities will also be examined. By the end of this webcast, attendees will have a solid understanding of the key concepts and practical considerations involved in designing with MV.
- Define medium-voltage electrical systems and ANSI specifications.
- Trace the evolution of MV gear and its history.
- Identify current trends in MV, including new products, front access, narrow footprint and digitalization.
- Identify common applications of MV in water/wastewater facilities.
Chase Nowell, Advanced Product Owner, Schneider Electric
Marc Buchwald, Manager, National Accounts, Schneider Electric