November 2006 Update
Tuesday - November 28, 2006
Subject: Power Conditioning for Modern Systems
Modern process automation involves microprocessor-based tools for control and monitoring. These tools require a clean, reliable source of electrical power to operate properly. Common types of power problems and their sources will be presented. Power conditioning and monitoring solutions will be discussed with respect to cost vs. effectiveness. In addition to basic power protection, AC and DC systems offering extended backup protection will be presented.
Speaker: Bruce McCabe (Director of Sales & Marketing C-Can Power Systems Ltd.)
Bruce is a 30 year veteran of the electrical industry in Canada. During that time, he has served in senior sales and marketing positions having responsibility for sales, marketing, application engineering and product development. As a member of the PEO’s Engineers in the School program in the early 1990’s, Bruce has done many public speaking engagements in addition to conducting many product education and technical seminars. A graduate of University or Toronto, Bruce is a registered member of Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO).
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