FLORHAM PARK, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--As part of its Learning Series Webinars, ASCO Power Technologies announces the second of a two-part webinar about paralleling switchgear designs and applications. Sixty minutes in length, the ASCO Learning Series Webinar: Paralleling Switchgear Design Considerations - Part 2 is a live webinar that will be FREE to power industry professionals, engineers, facility managers, and technicians. A leading ASCO engineer with wide-ranging backup power experience will expand on key topics about paralleling switchgear design.
Reasons to Attend
By participating in the event, attendees will learn about:
- Switchgear Bus Configurations
- Modes of Operation – Open Transition, Closed Transition, Soft Load
- Sequences of Operation
- Sequence Failure Mode Considerations
- Sequence of Operation Simulation
About the Presenter
The webinar will be led by Peter Rossomando – Director of Applications Engineering for Power Control Systems, ASCO Power Technologies. Pete started his career at ASCO Power Technologies as an Applications Engineer for ASCO, then held positions as Project Manager and Director for transfer switch a paralleling switchgear engineering. His expertise extends to all aspects of critical power projects, from order inception to equipment commissioning, and includes equipment submittals, specifications, system sequences of operation, factory acceptance testing, and ensuring compliance with customer technical and delivery requirements. He holds a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology.
The event will be held at 11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time on June 15, 2021. All interested professionals are encouraged to register now for this free event by visiting www.ascopower.com.
About ASCO Power Technologies
ASCO Power Technologies has provided power reliability solutions for more than 125 years. The firm designs, manufactures, services, and supports automatic transfer switches, power control equipment, load banks, and critical power management systems. ASCO products serve mission-critical functions in data centers, healthcare facilities, telecommunication networks, commercial buildings, and industrial operations. To learn more about any of ASCO’s premium products and services, call (800) 800 ASCO (2726), email CustomerCare@Ascopower.com, or visit www.ascopower.com.