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Protec Equipment Resources introduces "3rd Thursday" Webinars - a FREE monthly webinar series hosted by trusted industry veteran Tom Sandri, Director of Technical Services, on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 1:00pm US Central Standard Time.

 

To register, click on a webinar below.  You must register for each webinar that you would like to attend.  Seats are limited so don't delay, register today.

Ground Resistivity & Ground Resistance

Feb 16, 2023 - Feb 16, 2023

 

1:00pm US Central Standard Time

FREE - GoToWebinar

2.0 NETA CTDs

 

NETA CTD CREDIT: This course is approved by NETA for 2.0 CTDs. Participants on the live webcast will receive a post-webcast certificate by email the following day. You must watch the webinar live (not replay) to receive your certificate.

 

Grounding and bonding systems ensure that electrical systems are safe from electric shock and fires by limiting the voltage imposed by lightning, line surges, or unintentional contact with higher-voltage lines as well as a ground-fault (phase-to-ground fault). Article 250 of the National Electric Code identifies grounding and bonding system installation methods. A properly installed grounding or bonding system for shielding, EMI, static and lightning protection can help prevent cable failures, equipment damage and power quality problems. These systems are also important for personnel protection and compliance with OSHA. This webinar focuses on the various test methods for determining ground resistivity and measuring ground resistance of ground grids and connections that are used with electrical systems.

 

Time Domain Reflectometer – Applications

Mar 16, 2023 - Mar 16, 2023

 

1:00pm US Central Standard Time

FREE - GoToWebinar

2.0 NETA CTDs

 

NETA CTD CREDIT: This course is approved by NETA for 2.0 CTDs. Participants on the live webcast will receive a post-webcast certificate by email the following day. You must watch the webinar live (not replay) to receive your certificate.

 

A time-domain reflectometer (TDR) is an electronic instrument used to determine the characteristics of electrical lines by observing reflected waveforms. It can be used to characterize and locate faults in metallic cables (for example, twisted pair wire, coaxial cable, or electric power). It can also be used to locate discontinuities in a connector, printed circuit board, or any other electrical path.  This webinar will discuss the theory of operation of a TDR and explore its many applications.

 

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