A New Paradigm Opens: Replacing Low-Voltage, Low-Power Drives with Medium-Voltage Solutions

Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Time: 2 pm EDT

Duration: 60 Minutes

This webinar is designed to review the potential benefits and concerns of using either low-voltage or medium-voltage equipment in low-power applications. We will look at areas including planning factors, the impact this equipment will have on a plant, the plant’s power grid, and the potential impact to the motor. We will also look at overall system costs when installing either low- or medium-voltage equipment.

What you will learn:
  • Essential planning factors when selecting low-voltage versus medium-voltage equipment.
  • Impact medium-voltage and low-voltage equipment will have on your plant, your plant’s power grid, and motor.
  • Overall system costs when installing medium-voltage or low-voltage equipment.
Who should attend:
  • Supervising Engineer
  • Electrical Manager
  • Senior Electrical Engineer
  • Maintenance Operations Manager
  • Director of Facility Operations
  • Process Engineer
  • Corporate Engineer
  • Principal Engineer
  • Senior Reliability Engineer
  • Chief E&I Engineer
  • Area Manager
  • Engineering Director
  • Procurement Engineer
  • Project Manager
  • Senior or Consulting Electrical Engineer
  • Supervising Engineer
  • Systems Engineer
  • Technical Specialist
  • Maintenance Technician / Manager
  • Utility Mechanic
  • Tech Crew Chief
  • Electrician
  • Engineer I-III
  • I&E Technician
  • E&I Specialist
  • Operations Specialist
  • Reliability or Application Engineer
  • Facilities or Service Coordinator

Hear from this expert:
Karl Heideck is a Principal, Business Development for applied engineering of advanced applications for Industrial and Utility Variable Frequency Drive Projects for Siemens Industry. He is a graduate of Drexel with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and MBA graduate of St. Joseph’s University. He has worked in the industrial systems business for over 25 years. Karl is an active member of IEEE.

Aaron Larson
Executive Editor
Aaron is an engineer who has worked at nuclear, biomass, and coal power plants, where he gained significant operations, maintenance, safety, financial, and management experience. He has also served in the Navy, earned a BS in nuclear engineering technology from Thomas Edison State College, holds an MBA in financial management from City University of Seattle, and is credentialed as a Chief “A” Boiler Engineer. Aaron writes news and feature stories on a variety of topics.
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