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Voltage Unbalance

What is voltage unbalance? This class provides an overview of the definition, root cause and methods of identifying voltage unbalance, as well as its effect on power quality and best practices for mitigation.

  • Wednesday, June 12th at 11 AM ET (1 hour)


PQ Tools Training

An introduction to PMI PQ recorders and software.

  • Monday, June  17th at 2PM ET (1.5 hours)


The Impact of High Power Electronics on Power Quality

Understand the rise of power electronics and smart devices on modern loads and the impact of these loads on the utility distribution system.

  • Tuesday, June 18th at 2 PM ET (1 hour)


Understanding Distribution Resonances

Learn the fundamentals of power factor capacitor resonances in distribution circuits and more. 

  • Tuesday, June 25th at 2 PM ET (1 hour)


Power Quality for the Non-Engineering Professional

Understand power quality as well as symptoms and the economic costs of poor PQ. 

  • Wednesday, July 10th at 2 PM ET (1 hour)


Light Flicker

Gain a detailed understanding of the causes and effects of flicker and flicker analysis. 

  • Wednesday, July 17th at 2 PM ET (1 hour)


IEEE 519 Harmonic Standard

Review the IEEE 519 harmonic standard and best practices for using it in the field. 

  • Wednesday, July 31st at 2 PM ET (1 hour)


Loose Neutrals

Learn to detect the most dangerous PQ issue.

  • Tuesday, August 6th at 2 PM ET (1 hour)


Power Quality Standards and Recommended Practices

An introduction to the IEEE, ANSI, NEMA, and IEC standards and recommended practices for power quality.

  • Tuesday, August 13th at 2 PM ET (1 hour)


Variable Frequency Drives

Learn the basics of electric motors, VFD architecture and theory of operation.

  • Tuesday, August 20th at 2 PM ET (1 hour)


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