Eaton - Third Annual Houston Technology Day

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You're invited to a special two-day FREE event at the Eaton Experience Center in Houston, TX. We're bringing back the training classes you love and introducing new technical content from industry experts. The event features:

  • IEEE Special Tour from 11AM-11:50AM on Friday, May 29 lead by Andrew Gusev
  • Over 15 training classes
  • Up to 10 PDHs (1 full CEU) available
  • A live panel with industry experts
  • New live product demonstrations
  • Training courses from UL
  • Happy hour event on the 28th 4-7 pm with games, giveaways and more

 https://www.eaton.com/us/en-us/markets/2019-houston-tech-day.html



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  • 3413 North Sam Houston Pkwy W
  • Houston, Texas
  • United States 77086
  • Building: Ste 212A
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  • Co-sponsored by Eaton






Agenda

There will be classes offered with PDHs and Ethics session (12-1) on both days.  The classes will be offered 3 times each for 1 hour. Thursday: once in the morning & once in the afternoon. Friday once in the morning. The technical panel will be in the afternoon on Friday.

  • Application of UPS and Redundant Systems
  • IOT & connected
  • Selecting Equipment for use in a Hazardous Locations
  • Industrial Camera Technology in the 21st Century
  • Preparing for the 2020 NEC: Creating and managing changes in wiring methods in Classified areas.
  • Arc Flash Hazard Mitigation Advantages of Transformers with Integrated Breakers
  • IEEE Standard C37.59: What is New in the Standard for Conversion of Switchgear Equipment
  • IEEE 1584 - 2018, IEEE Guide for Performing Arc-Flash Hazard Calculations
  • Ground Fault Detection Systems
  • Arc Quenching Switchgear: Superior protection – in a flash
  • MV Drives Design Considerations: Cost Reduction & Increased Safety
  • Power Quality Phenomena and Mitigation
  • Power monitoring and protection systems
  • Motor Control Technologies


The only non-PDH course is Arc Quenching at this time