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    • 22-02-2018
    • 11:00 - 12:00 (UTC-00:00)
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    Overview

    This Webinar focuses on the use of Thermal imagers to detect electrical energy loss. The content focuses on finding faults in electrical equipment like cables, connections, fuses, breakers, transformers, motors, etc. which can be associated with abnormal electrical energy losses.


    Learning Objectives

    During this webcast we will try to give you a good introduction to the possibilities of using thermal imagers to find  faults in loaded electrical equipment without disturbing production. This is not meant as a full training. 


    This webinar is suitable for

    Electricians, Electrical Contractors, Electrical Engineers, Plant Maintenance Facility Managers, Energy Managers.


    Duration

    45 minutes webinar, plus 15 minute Q & A session.


    Prior knowledge level

    Entry/beginner - intermediate


    • 22-02-2018
    • 13:00 - 14:00 (UTC-00:00)
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    Overview

    This webinar will look at what power quality is and how it looks like in real situations. Included is a brief overview of some regulations and norms attached to that quality. The webinar focuses on measurement of the relevant parameters, what needs to be measured, with which type of instrument and for how long.

    The most important step then is correlation the measurements taken to the manifestations and phenomena of power quality. 


    Learning Objectives

    Understanding of the implications of poor power quality. How to measure and identify power quality parameters effectively.


    This webinar is suitable for

    Electrical Engineers, Plant Maintenance Facility Managers, Energy Managers.


    Duration

    45 minutes webinar, plus 15 minute Q & A session.


    Prior knowledge level

    Entry/beginner - intermediate



    • 29-03-2018
    • 11:00 - 12:00 (UTC+01:00)
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    Overview

    This webinar will look at what power quality is and how it looks like in real situations. Included is a brief overview of some regulations and norms attached to that quality. The webinar focuses on measurement of the relevant parameters, what needs to be measured, with which type of instrument and for how long.

    The most important step then is correlation the measurements taken to the manifestations and phenomena of power quality. 


    Learning Objectives

    Understanding of the implications of poor power quality. How to measure and identify power quality parameters effectively.


    This webinar is suitable for

    Electrical Engineers, Plant Maintenance Facility Managers, Energy Managers.


    Duration

    45 minutes webinar, plus 15 minute Q & A session.


    Prior knowledge level

    Entry/beginner - intermediate



    • 29-03-2018
    • 13:00 - 14:00 (UTC+01:00)
    • Online
    Register


    Overview

    This Webinar focuses on the use of Thermal imagers to detect electrical energy loss. The content focuses on finding faults in electrical equipment like cables, connections, fuses, breakers, transformers, motors, etc. which can be associated with abnormal electrical energy losses.


    Learning Objectives

    During this webcast we will try to give you a good introduction to the possibilities of using thermal imagers to find  faults in loaded electrical equipment without disturbing production. This is not meant as a full training. 


    This webinar is suitable for

    Electricians, Electrical Contractors, Electrical Engineers, Plant Maintenance Facility Managers, Energy Managers.


    Duration

    45 minutes webinar, plus 15 minute Q & A session.


    Prior knowledge level

    Entry/beginner - intermediate


    • 26-04-2018
    • 11:00 - 12:00 (UTC+01:00)
    • Online
    Register


    Overview

    This Webinar focuses on the use of Thermal imagers to detect electrical energy loss. The content focuses on finding faults in electrical equipment like cables, connections, fuses, breakers, transformers, motors, etc. which can be associated with abnormal electrical energy losses.


    Learning Objectives

    During this webcast we will try to give you a good introduction to the possibilities of using thermal imagers to find  faults in loaded electrical equipment without disturbing production. This is not meant as a full training. 


    This webinar is suitable for

    Electricians, Electrical Contractors, Electrical Engineers, Plant Maintenance Facility Managers, Energy Managers.


    Duration

    45 minutes webinar, plus 15 minute Q & A session.


    Prior knowledge level

    Entry/beginner - intermediate


    • 26-04-2018
    • 13:00 - 14:00 (UTC+01:00)
    • Online
    Register



    Overview

    This webinar will look at what power quality is and how it looks like in real situations. Included is a brief overview of some regulations and norms attached to that quality. The webinar focuses on measurement of the relevant parameters, what needs to be measured, with which type of instrument and for how long.

    The most important step then is correlation the measurements taken to the manifestations and phenomena of power quality. 


    Learning Objectives

    Understanding of the implications of poor power quality. How to measure and identify power quality parameters effectively.


    This webinar is suitable for

    Electrical Engineers, Plant Maintenance Facility Managers, Energy Managers.


    Duration

    45 minutes webinar, plus 15 minute Q & A session.


    Prior knowledge level

    Entry/beginner - intermediate



    • 24-05-2018
    • 11:00 - 12:00 (UTC+01:00)
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    Register



    Overview

    This webinar will look at what power quality is and how it looks like in real situations. Included is a brief overview of some regulations and norms attached to that quality. The webinar focuses on measurement of the relevant parameters, what needs to be measured, with which type of instrument and for how long.

    The most important step then is correlation the measurements taken to the manifestations and phenomena of power quality. 


    Learning Objectives

    Understanding of the implications of poor power quality. How to measure and identify power quality parameters effectively.


    This webinar is suitable for

    Electrical Engineers, Plant Maintenance Facility Managers, Energy Managers.


    Duration

    45 minutes webinar, plus 15 minute Q & A session.


    Prior knowledge level

    Entry/beginner - intermediate



    • 24-05-2018
    • 13:00 - 14:00 (UTC+01:00)
    • Online
    Register


    Overview

    This Webinar focuses on the use of Thermal imagers to detect electrical energy loss. The content focuses on finding faults in electrical equipment like cables, connections, fuses, breakers, transformers, motors, etc. which can be associated with abnormal electrical energy losses.


    Learning Objectives

    During this webcast we will try to give you a good introduction to the possibilities of using thermal imagers to find  faults in loaded electrical equipment without disturbing production. This is not meant as a full training. 


    This webinar is suitable for

    Electricians, Electrical Contractors, Electrical Engineers, Plant Maintenance Facility Managers, Energy Managers.


    Duration

    45 minutes webinar, plus 15 minute Q & A session.


    Prior knowledge level

    Entry/beginner - intermediate


    • 28-06-2018
    • 11:00 - 12:00 (UTC+01:00)
    • Online
    Register


    Overview

    This Webinar focuses on the use of Thermal imagers to detect electrical energy loss. The content focuses on finding faults in electrical equipment like cables, connections, fuses, breakers, transformers, motors, etc. which can be associated with abnormal electrical energy losses.


    Learning Objectives

    During this webcast we will try to give you a good introduction to the possibilities of using thermal imagers to find  faults in loaded electrical equipment without disturbing production. This is not meant as a full training. 


    This webinar is suitable for

    Electricians, Electrical Contractors, Electrical Engineers, Plant Maintenance Facility Managers, Energy Managers.


    Duration

    45 minutes webinar, plus 15 minute Q & A session.


    Prior knowledge level

    Entry/beginner - intermediate


    • 28-06-2018
    • 13:00 - 14:00 (UTC+01:00)
    • Online
    Register



    Overview

    This webinar will look at what power quality is and how it looks like in real situations. Included is a brief overview of some regulations and norms attached to that quality. The webinar focuses on measurement of the relevant parameters, what needs to be measured, with which type of instrument and for how long.

    The most important step then is correlation the measurements taken to the manifestations and phenomena of power quality. 


    Learning Objectives

    Understanding of the implications of poor power quality. How to measure and identify power quality parameters effectively.


    This webinar is suitable for

    Electrical Engineers, Plant Maintenance Facility Managers, Energy Managers.


    Duration

    45 minutes webinar, plus 15 minute Q & A session.


    Prior knowledge level

    Entry/beginner - intermediate



    • 27-09-2018
    • 11:00 - 12:00 (UTC+01:00)
    • Online
    Register



    Overview

    This webinar will look at what power quality is and how it looks like in real situations. Included is a brief overview of some regulations and norms attached to that quality. The webinar focuses on measurement of the relevant parameters, what needs to be measured, with which type of instrument and for how long.

    The most important step then is correlation the measurements taken to the manifestations and phenomena of power quality. 


    Learning Objectives

    Understanding of the implications of poor power quality. How to measure and identify power quality parameters effectively.


    This webinar is suitable for

    Electrical Engineers, Plant Maintenance Facility Managers, Energy Managers.


    Duration

    45 minutes webinar, plus 15 minute Q & A session.


    Prior knowledge level

    Entry/beginner - intermediate



    • 27-09-2018
    • 13:00 - 14:00 (UTC+01:00)
    • Online
    Register


    Overview

    This Webinar focuses on the use of Thermal imagers to detect electrical energy loss. The content focuses on finding faults in electrical equipment like cables, connections, fuses, breakers, transformers, motors, etc. which can be associated with abnormal electrical energy losses.


    Learning Objectives

    During this webcast we will try to give you a good introduction to the possibilities of using thermal imagers to find  faults in loaded electrical equipment without disturbing production. This is not meant as a full training. 


    This webinar is suitable for

    Electricians, Electrical Contractors, Electrical Engineers, Plant Maintenance Facility Managers, Energy Managers.


    Duration

    45 minutes webinar, plus 15 minute Q & A session.


    Prior knowledge level

    Entry/beginner - intermediate


    • 25-10-2018
    • 11:00 - 12:00 (UTC+01:00)
    • Online
    Register


    Overview

    This Webinar focuses on the use of Thermal imagers to detect electrical energy loss. The content focuses on finding faults in electrical equipment like cables, connections, fuses, breakers, transformers, motors, etc. which can be associated with abnormal electrical energy losses.


    Learning Objectives

    During this webcast we will try to give you a good introduction to the possibilities of using thermal imagers to find  faults in loaded electrical equipment without disturbing production. This is not meant as a full training. 


    This webinar is suitable for

    Electricians, Electrical Contractors, Electrical Engineers, Plant Maintenance Facility Managers, Energy Managers.


    Duration

    45 minutes webinar, plus 15 minute Q & A session.


    Prior knowledge level

    Entry/beginner - intermediate


    • 25-10-2018
    • 13:00 - 14:00 (UTC+01:00)
    • Online
    Register



    Overview

    This webinar will look at what power quality is and how it looks like in real situations. Included is a brief overview of some regulations and norms attached to that quality. The webinar focuses on measurement of the relevant parameters, what needs to be measured, with which type of instrument and for how long.

    The most important step then is correlation the measurements taken to the manifestations and phenomena of power quality. 


    Learning Objectives

    Understanding of the implications of poor power quality. How to measure and identify power quality parameters effectively.


    This webinar is suitable for

    Electrical Engineers, Plant Maintenance Facility Managers, Energy Managers.


    Duration

    45 minutes webinar, plus 15 minute Q & A session.


    Prior knowledge level

    Entry/beginner - intermediate



    • 29-11-2018
    • 11:00 - 12:00 (UTC-00:00)
    • Online
    Register



    Overview

    This webinar will look at what power quality is and how it looks like in real situations. Included is a brief overview of some regulations and norms attached to that quality. The webinar focuses on measurement of the relevant parameters, what needs to be measured, with which type of instrument and for how long.

    The most important step then is correlation the measurements taken to the manifestations and phenomena of power quality. 


    Learning Objectives

    Understanding of the implications of poor power quality. How to measure and identify power quality parameters effectively.


    This webinar is suitable for

    Electrical Engineers, Plant Maintenance Facility Managers, Energy Managers.


    Duration

    45 minutes webinar, plus 15 minute Q & A session.


    Prior knowledge level

    Entry/beginner - intermediate



    • 29-11-2018
    • 13:00 - 14:00 (UTC-00:00)
    • Online
    Register


    Overview

    This Webinar focuses on the use of Thermal imagers to detect electrical energy loss. The content focuses on finding faults in electrical equipment like cables, connections, fuses, breakers, transformers, motors, etc. which can be associated with abnormal electrical energy losses.


    Learning Objectives

    During this webcast we will try to give you a good introduction to the possibilities of using thermal imagers to find  faults in loaded electrical equipment without disturbing production. This is not meant as a full training. 


    This webinar is suitable for

    Electricians, Electrical Contractors, Electrical Engineers, Plant Maintenance Facility Managers, Energy Managers.


    Duration

    45 minutes webinar, plus 15 minute Q & A session.


    Prior knowledge level

    Entry/beginner - intermediate


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