Short Circuit Current Rating (SCCR)
Short circuit current rating is a labeling requirement from the NEC for electrical equipment to document the available fault current. The Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC) explains methods of calculation needed to fulfill the SCCR requirements.
High Resistance Grounding (HRG)
The Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC) shows high resistance grounding vs ungrounded systems for electrical safety, power quality, fault current reduction and fault tracking for process industries and data centers to allow a “free ground fault”.
Eaton Power Quality Experience Center - Raleigh overview
See how the Eaton Power Quality Experience Center provides training and testing of products in application, focusing on uninterrupted power supply systems (UPS) that ensure quality electrical power for data centers, hospitals, manufacturing and more.
Equipment life extension and modernization (ELEM)
Learn about the Eaton Power Systems Experience Center’s (PSEC) electrical equipment life extension and modernization and solutions for aging equipment. See the Power Breaker Reconditioning Center and learn about replacements and retrofills.
The Eaton Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC) explains microgrids and how the facility’s full scale microgid demo minimizes power disruptions, improves reliability, increases electrical efficiency and intelligently uses multiple sources of energy.
Utility power systems
See the path that electricity takes from the utility generators to receptacles in your home or business with the Eaton Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC). Topics include power generation, transmission and distribution lines and substations.
Counterfeit and Gray Market Breakers
Eaton's Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC) explains how you should be aware of a growing problem with counterfeit and gray market circuit breakers so you don't have to say "I didn't know!"
Voltage regulation integrated volt-var control
The Eaton Power Systems Experience Center’s (PSEC) explains the methods and benefits of integrated volt-var compensation using voltage regulators and power factor correction to optimize voltage quality on utility power systems.
See how a recloser works on a utility power system at Eaton's Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC) during temporary and permanent faults. Topics include SCADA feeder automation systems and electronic, hydraulic, single and three phase reclosers.
A quick look at the Industrial Controls in Motion trailer
Sneak a peek at what you are missing
Scenes from the PSEC Café
Want to know what you might see at the Power Systems Experience Center? This video shows you a "menu" of some of the things that you would see when you visit the PSEC.
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