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Schneider Learning Series: Essential Power Equipment Learning Series (Part 2)

Join us for the second continuing webinar series on Essential Power Equipment for engineers and designers.

Each two-hour virtual session will cover a wide variety of power equipment topics, including: Molded Case Circuit Breakers (MCCBs), communication modules and their commission software, power meters, automatic transfer switches and their control systems, low voltage transformers, busway, power quality conditioning systems, UPSs, data racks, medical panels, and others.

All sessions occur 1:00 - 3:00 pm EDT with each session providing 2.0 PDH of credit for mySchneider portal members.

The series includes, Essential Power Equipment:

  • Session 1, ASCO Power Control Systems (PCS) — May 20, 2021, Now On Demand 
  • Session 2, MCCBs, Connected Products and Software tools, Power Meters, Lighting Panels — June 10, 2021, Now On Demand 
  • Session 3, LV Transformers, Busway, Integrated Equipment — June 17, 2021, Now On Demand 
  • Session 4, Automation Transfer Switches and Applications — July 15, 2021Now On Demand 
  • Session 5, Power Quality Conditioning — July 29, 2021, Now On Demand 
  • Session 6, Data Center rack systems, UPS backup, Security Monitoring — August 12, 2021, Now On Demand 
  • Session 7, Healthcare systems, Medical Panels — August 26, 2021, Now On Demand 
  • Session 8, Modern LV Switchboards and MV Switchgear  November 4, 2021, Now On Demand 

If you are not a mySchneider portal member, registration is required to receive you completion certificate. Please register at https://www.se.com/us/e2e. In addition, webinar and portal registrations must use the same email for attendance tracking. 

Ten minutes after registering you will receive an email with the webinar attendance link. If you don't receive this email and it's not in your junk/spam folder, please contact [email protected] and provide your email and the webinar's registration url.

Did you miss the Essential Power: Series 1 in December 2020? Click here to access that training and to receive your PDH credits. Parts of the series may be viewed in any sequence and will be available as on-demand content from our mySchneider portal for engineers in the following months. 

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