Everything as a Grid: Meeting the energy demands of the future
Electrification and digitalization are increasing energy demands. However, the energy transition along with Eaton’s Everything as a Grid approach creates an opportunity to increase grid resiliency while reducing carbon footprint and energy costs.
Everything as a Grid: Meeting the energy demands of factories
Advancements in technology offer factories greater monitoring and control capabilities but increase the need for clean and consistent power. Eaton’s Everything as a Grid approach can provide that energy while also reducing downtime and energy costs.
Everything as a Grid: Meeting the energy demands of homes
Advancements in renewables, energy storage and digitalization make it easier for homeowners to reduce their energy costs. The energy transition is also empowering them to convert their homes into energy hubs to support and stabilize the power grid.
Everything as a Grid: Meeting the energy demands of buildings
With Eaton’s Everything as a Grid approach, buildings can be reimagined as energy producers in support of the power grid. This allows buildings to increase efficiency, resiliency and create revenue streams all while reducing their carbon footprint.
Everything as a Grid: Meeting the energy demands of data centers
The scale of data centers and their energy demand is increasing with the acceleration of big data. The energy transition and Eaton’s Everything as a Grid (EaaG) approach can support data centers to pivot from energy consumers to energy producers.
Medium voltage drives and synchronous transfer control
In this video we discuss medium voltage drives and illustrate the synchronous transfer system in various applications.
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.
Interacting with an Eaton Arc Flash Relay, Step 3: Verifying your Configuration
Learn how to test the pickup level on your EAFR, verify sensor connectivity and functionality in Light or Light and Current Modes (with internal or external current), and verify Circuit Breaker Failure Protecton (CBFP) functionality.
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.
Engineer Santino Graziani discusses all the need-to-know basics of electric motors.
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