Eaton’s Yukon Feeder Automation (YFA) solution turns sustained outages into momentary interruptions
Eaton’s YFA is a fault location isolation service resolution solution (FLISR) that enables utilities to quickly reduce the length of outages for customers on an affected feeder—restoring many in under two minutes, some as quickly as 30 seconds.
MITS; a better option
Modular integrated transportable substation; a better option than traditional substations
Low voltage replacement breakers; a better option than new switchgear
Check out reasons Eaton's low voltage replacement circuit breakers are a better, cost-effective option to purchasing new switchgear.
AC collection system installation video
Installation steps for Eaton's close-coupled solar transformer and AC recombiner switchboard
Pow-R-Way III Busway Final Fit Program
Learn how to measure the final field fit piece
The Tacoma Narrows Bridge was classic mechanical resonance. This video explains a similar problem with electrical systems when capacitors are applied with harmonic loads. At PSEC, we have a great demo to show series and parallel harmonic resonance.
Arc Flash Solutions
Arc flash part 2-arc flash solutions! Eaton's Power Systems Experience Center is the perfect place to see arc flash solutions in action including: arc quenching switchgear, ARMS, arc resistant switchgear, PX Dashboard, remote racking and many more!
Arc Quenching Switchgear at Eaton's Experience Center
Visit Eaton's Experience Center in Warrendale, PA to learn more about Arc Quenching Switchgear through an interactive demonstration. Seeing is believing.
Arc Quenching Switchgear video series: Ensuring the path of lowest impedance. Learn more at eaton.com/aqs
In our final video, Adams explains how you can be sure that the current path created by the Arc Quenching Device is always going to be the one of lowest impedance, and therefore will extinguish any given arc fault inside the switchgear.
Arc Quenching Switchgear video series: Creating a low impedance current path. Learn more at eaton.com/aqs
In our fourth video, learn how the Arc Quenching Device creates a current-limited, lower impedance current path to extinguish an arcing fault inside the switchgear.
Arc Quenching Switchgear video series: How the Arc Quenching Device works. Learn more at eaton.com/aqs
In our third video, see the internals of the blue Arc Quenching Device and learn how it extinguishes an arcing fault in a total of 4 milliseconds without stressing the power distribution system.
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