Eaton's Experiential Learning Series (ExL)
Eaton’s Experiential Learning (ExL) series is designed to further professionals understanding and knowledge of power systems. The course provides hands-on training and demonstrations on full-scale, energized power systems.
Smart sensors for smart grids: GridAdvisor Series II
Eaton’s GridAdvisor Series II smart sensor is a conductor-mounted line sensor that accommodates all voltages, currents, overhead, padmount and vault applications in a single unit.
Introduction to switchboards and how they are used to safely distribute electricity throughout commercial and industrial facilities.
Eaton PSEC wire display
This video covers essentials like wire sizes, ampacity ratings, conductor types, and more - providing practical insights for installations. A must-watch for anyone dealing with power systems!
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.
Breaker integrated transformers (BIT)
Learn how breaker integrated transformers (BIT) reduce arc flash energy, footprint and costs while also meeting updated codes and standards.
Things you can only see at Eaton's Houston PSEC
Overview of the Houston Power Systems Experience Center where you can see an array of power systems in full-scale application environments.
Ohmic voltage sensing (OVS) systems for medium-voltage switchgear
Ohmic voltage sensing systems can mitigate primary switching transients and resonance problems in applications requiring voltage transformers (VTs).
Single-phase (1-phase) and three-phase (3-phase) electrical power systems
Single phase (1 phase) and three phase (3 phase) electricity are cornerstones of AC electrical systems. We explain how they operate, balanced and unbalanced systems, and applications for both electrical systems
AC and DC conversion with rectifiers and inverters
Modern power systems commonly require the conversion of AC and DC power. Here we explain how rectifiers and inverters work to accomplish this conversion.
AC vs DC electrical power systems
Differences between alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) are a fundamental concept in electrical systems. In this video we explain each one, the differences and their applications
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