Vacuum interrupter technology
Vacuum interrupters are switching devices that use separable contacts in an enclosed vacuum-tight chamber. The operation of the contacts initiates the ionization process; however, the sealed vacuum chamber safely quenches the arc.
Locating hot spots within electrical gear using a permanent thermal scanning solution: Continuous thermal monitoring
Application Engineer Yzhi Alexander explains how a continuous thermal monitoring system can increase production time, equipment life and worker safety.
IBEW interview and PSEC tour - What works for me
Director of Eaton's Power Systems Experience Centers, Dan Carnovale, is interviewed by Laticia López of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). This is part of the IBEW's "What works for me" series.
Infrared scans for electrical maintenance (IR scans)
Power systems engineer Dan Carnovale discusses how infrared scanning windows are implemented on electrical equipment.
Learn about solar energy, inverters, PV efficiency, microgrids with DC power and energy storage. Santino Graziani and John Vernacchia explain how Eaton can help you with renewable applications at our Power Systems Experience Center.
Hydroplant modernization: Potsdam story
See The Village of Potsdam hydro modernization project.
Power metering demonstration
Emma explains her summer project, the power metering demonstration. This board presents Eaton's breadth of metering options for power systems. The demonstration uses real current and voltage to properly demonstrate all meter functionality.
Eaton Overcurrent Protective Device (OCPD) Games featuring fuses, circuit breakers and contactors - short version
See how breakers, fuses and contactors protect electrical systems from overloads, short circuits and faults. The overcurrent protective devices compete at Eaton's Power Systems Experience Center - the place to see these electrical devices in action.
STEM training - what is an electrical load?
Eaton’s Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC) partnered with M-Powerhouse to deliver series of training videos to encourage underserved youth to learn about careers in the STEM field. This video focuses on electrical loads power, kW, energy, kWh
Electrical contractor series working in healthcare facilities: Electrical safety
Erik Hurd, Eaton Experience Center, hosts electrical training for contractors and electricians working in health care facilities, hospitals, and medical centers. Topics include electrical safety and arc flash for hospital electrical systems.
Electrical contractor series working in healthcare facilities: Performing work on the electrical system
Erik Hurd, Eaton Experience Center, hosts electrical training for contractors and electricians working in health care facilities like hospitals, emergency buildings, medical centers. Topics include performing work on a hospital electrical system.
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