Time2meet Logo Low & Medium Voltage Switchgear Upgrade Seminar and Demonstration

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Friday, December 04, 2015 at 10am-2:30pm

Meeting Description
Low & Medium Voltage Switchgear Upgrade Seminar and Demonstration

Date: Friday, December 4, 2015

Time: 10:00am-10:30 am Registration, 10:30am-1:30pm Seminar
and 1:30PM-2:30PM Demonstration

Cost: $30 members, $50 Non-Members, $10 Students (Includes Lunch)

Make checks payable to IEEE FWCS and mail a check in advance to:
John Stankowich
IEEE PE/IA Chapter Treasurer
2593 Forest Run Court
Clearwater, FL 33761-3716

Speakers: Steve Antman, CE Power Engineer

Pdh’s: 2Pdh’s will be awarded for this seminar. Be sure to enter your name and PE number on the signup website as it appears on your license. IEEE Florida Provider Number is 3849

Location: City of Lakeland Training Center
989 East Memorial Blvd
Lakeland, Florida 33801
In the Sav-a-lot strip mall way in the back.

RSVP: Online at: http://time2meet.com/fwcs-pes4/index.html
Space limited to the first 45 registrants!!!

Questions: Steve Antman at 863-701-4170 or steve.antman@cepower.net

The seminar will look at ways you can upgrade low and medium voltage switchgear on a budget while reviewing tradeoffs to reduce arc flash category levels. We will examine how to replace old equipment with a retrofill design. Retrofill incorporates new breakers, digital microprocessor relays right into the existing equipment’s shell. Learn the difference between iso-phase, segmented and non-segmented busways. Evaluate cost tradeoffs. Learn about metering and data logging, communication and wave capture. See how to use test equipment needed to maintain operation. And after the presentation view a van that has been fitted with a retrofill design, digital relays and busways presented.

Additional Information
PRESENTER: Steve Antman is an Engineer with CE Power Solution located in Lakeland Florida. Steve calls on utility companies, mining industry, petrochemical companies, nuclear power plants and many other industrial applications helping professionals with three phase power protection and maintenance. Steve’s knowledge consist of feeder protection, resistance grounding, power quality monitors, ground-fault monitors, arc flash relays and motor protection. Steve has presented to many IEEE organizations, Independent Electrical Contractors and Industrial & Mining EHS Conference. Prior to sales he served as a hardware design engineer for a military design manufacture. After years of design experience he became an application engineer. Steve has BS in Computer Engineering from the University of South Florida.

Meeting Location
City of Lakeland Training Cent
989 Memorial Blvd.,

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