A sneak preview
Companies and institutions regularly run into inexplicable problems in their electrical installation: electrical equipment failures, flickering lights and burning cables, sometimes even resulting in fires. Often, the cause of this is polluted electrical current or voltage. In our training ‘Introduction to Power Quality’ we give – in the most non-technical terms possible - an initial insight into what Power Quality is.
Training: Introduction to Power Quality
Based on our many years of specialist knowledge and experience, we inform you about the causes, risks and cost of poor Power Quality during this training course. We also explain the possible - visible and invisible - consequences of poor Power Quality and the solutions we offer to optimize the quality of voltage and current.
This training is suitable for buyers, facility managers, service engineers, business owners and for all other people for whom an optimal quality of voltage and power is important. A background in electrical engineering is not required.
Would you like a first introduction to Power Quality?
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|13:00 - 13:15||Reception with coffee / tea|
|13:15 - 14:45||Causes and consequences of poor Power Quality|
|14:45 - 15:45||Detecting and optimizing Power Quality|
|15:45 - 16:30||Question round|
After the training you will receive a digital certificate of participation.
|Location:||HyTEPS, Elisabethplaats 30 te Gemert|
|Costs:||€ 200,- per persoon|
|Min. number of participants:||5|
The influence of modern and innovative electronics
During this training, we will cover terms such as harmonics and reactive power. The influence of equipment such as led lighting, frequency inverters and solar panels on the quality of electrical installations is also discussed.
The ‘Introduction to Power Quality’ training is suitable for anyone who would like to know more about Power Quality. During this training, no technical aspects are discussed and non-technical terminology is used. Therefore, this training is easy to follow for those with a limited electrical engineering knowledge/background.
For groups with a minimum of 10 participants, we can create a customer-specific training. These can be given at your own company premises, a different location of your choice or at the Eindhoven University of Technology (subject to availability). For more information about the options and cost, please contact us.