Paralleling Switchgear Design Considerations Part 2

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Learning Objectives:
• Switchgea Bus Configuratioon, System Models of Operation, System Sequece of Operation, Sequence Impact on Equipment Sequece of Operation Failur Modes, and Sequence of Simulation 

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Peter Rossomando of ASCO Power Technologies

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Paralleling Switchgear Design Considerations Part 1

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Director of Applications Engineering for Power Control Systems - ASCO Power Technologies. Pete started his career as an Applications Engineer for ASCO. As an Applications Engineer Pete created proposals for Power Control Systems, Automatic Transfer Switches and Communications Products to meet customer requirements. This included comprehensive bills of material, specification compliances and specific project drawings. In this role Pete was also responsible for project negotiations.

Pete was promoted to Sr. Applications Engineer and then Project Manager. In his role as Project Manager Pete handled all aspects of customer project in the Northeast and Southeast areas from order inception to final commissioning. His Responsibilities included Equipment Submittals, Specification Compliances, System Sequences of Operation, obtaining approval, conducting Factory Acceptance Test and ensuring Power Control Systems and Automatic Transfer Switches were manufactured per customer requirements and delivered on time.

Pete has served as Director of PCS & ATS Applications Engineering and is currently Director of Applications Engineering for Power Control Systems. He holds a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology.

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