The National Electrical Code (NEC) and many electrical standards can be confusing for electricians and engineers designing power systems. Learn about NFPA, UL, ANSI, NEMA, IEC, IEEE and other important codes and standards.
See how breakers, fuses and contactors protect you against overloads, short circuits and faults. The overcurrent protective devices compete at Eaton's Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC) - the ideal place to see these electrical devices in action.
Eaton's Power Systems Experience Center is the ideal place to see LV/MV fuses in action - fused cutouts, MCCs, safety switches, fusible disconnects, control panels. Learn about Bussmann fuse applications, protective device selective coordination.
Eaton's Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC), is the ideal place to see circuit breakers in action. See miniature, molded case and power breakers in loadcenters, panelboards, switchboards and LV and MV switchgear including Power Defense breakers.
At Eaton's Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC), see Power Defense circuit breakers in action and learn how to monitor system faults, diagnose power quality issues, and measure reliability with breaker health. Learn about all the advanced features!
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!
Electrical safety requires periodic testing and maintenance for switchgear, breakers, transformers and electrical equipment. Learn about ductor, megger, hi-pot and typical electrical testing methods at Eaton's Power Systems Experience Center.
Adams Baker explains how Eaton's new Arc Quenching Switchgear (AQS) works and how it can protect you and your power system from damage during an arc flash event. This video highlights the new AQS demo at Eaton's Power Systems Experience Center.
Learn more about Eaton's hands-on industrial training that offers certifications for the oil and gas industry, including upstream, midstream and downstream applications.
The Eaton Power Systems Experience Center (PSEC) explains how to protect your people and equipment from arc flash events with arc flash studies, boundaries and labels, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), hazard risk category, NFPA 70E, and IEEE158.