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Power Protection Products, Inc. (P3) developed Power Quality University (PQU) to bring real-world industry-related knowledge to the classroom. PQU offers a variety of subjects to ensure facilities run efficiently and reliably. The instructors are highly qualified professionals and are experts in the field.
PQU seminars are designed for electrical contractors, facility managers, engineers, data center managers, and building owners, or anyone responsible for facility or facility designs.
Upon completion of a PQU seminar, attendees will obtain Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s).
Seminars are free to anyone interested in attending and are not product advertisements. PQU strives to provide valuable, current, and accurate industry-related information that is relevant to facility management.
In addition to in-person seminars and webinars, PQU offers custom learning opportunities to meet your specific needs. Contact P3 to set up your custom education needs!
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The area’s leading power quality experts offer an introduction to surge protection for commercial & industrial businesses.
This seminar presents surge protection related equipment, procedures, and problem solutions.
Case Studies: Specific real world surge protection issues and resolutions.
Surge Protection Design & Modifications
Product Specifications Changes
ANSI / IEEE C62 32
Questions & Discussion: Open forum with surge protection field expert.
The area’s leading power quality experts offer an introduction to power quality and demonstrate common power quality issues, problems & solutions in today’s electrical environments. This seminar presents power quality related equipment and procedures.
Harmonics: Linear power & non-linear power & the frequencies associated with each.
Power Factor: Explanation & discussion.
Surge Protection: Proper application & the new UL 1449 & ANSI/IEEE specifications.
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Systems: Demonstrations of UPS functions and applications.
Electrical Noise: Explanations & discussion.
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The area’s leading power quality experts discuss uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems that affect commercial and industrial businesses.
From data centers to factories, the selection, use and maintenance of a UPS system becomes a major investment in any mission critical operation. This seminar covers the basics and expands to the details of understanding how to make the best choices for your UPS investment.
If you or your company is interested in learning about factors that improve your UPS reliability and increase uptime, this exclusive PQU seminar is one you won’t want to miss!
This course is an introduction to power factor issues that affect commercial & industrial businesses. It is geared to the Operations/ Facility Professional, Plant/ Operations Manager or CFM, or anyone responsible for power factor in your facility or facility designs.
The area’s leading power quality experts offer a comprehensive look at the power factor that affects commercial & industrial business utility charges.
This seminar presents power factor related equipment and procedures.
The Power Factor Seminar includes:
Case Studies: Specific real world power factor issues and resolutions.
Equipment Procedures: Explanation & discussion.
The Best Type of Power Factor Correction: Proper application & compliance with industry & utility standards.
Questions & Discussion: Open forum with power factor field expert.
The area’s leading power quality experts offer a new FREE class on Power Quality Monitoring in industrial environments.
Monitoring for power quality can be a very daunting task. Benefits such as recognizing problems, improving system performance and reducing downtime can result from proper power quality monitoring. In this seminar we will take you step by step through the process of monitoring for power quality.
In this seminar, you will learn about the basics of Li-ion battery technology and its applications. This seminar covers the benefits of Li-ion battery vs traditional lead acid battery and why Li-ion is a good alternative for 3-phase UPS applications
We will also discuss the safety features of Li-ion battery technologies and the layers of protection of the battery system design. We will also show further learning resources including white papers and Trade-Off tools. After this seminar, you will be able to talk intelligently about Li-ion battery technology and its applications in 3-phase UPSs.
The area’s leading power quality experts offer an introduction to harmonics that affect commercial & industrial businesses.
This seminar presents information on harmonics including explaining the term “harmonic”, linear power, non-linear power and the frequencies associated with each, outlining how harmonics affect the equipment in a facility, and introducing equipment that will help eliminate the damaging effects of harmonics.
This seminar is a comprehensive course designed to take you beyond the basics of electrical grounding and move into the areas of specialized grounding for Power Quality.
There are many steps you can take to make your data center more responsive to your cooling needs. This seminar will discuss a basic and complex cooling practices in today’s data center environment. Learn how to get more from your current cooling system and how to design an efficient cooling system for the future.
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The search for the most reliable and efficient power and cooling infrastructure has become even more critical in the present environment. IT managers, facility managers and CIOs feel increasing pressure to achieve zero downtime, to scale the data center and to meet ever changing requirements and to reduce energy costs. This seminar will address these concerns and more!
The proper data center environment is extremely important for the IT system and supporting equipment. Some enterprise Data Centers believe they could “never” go down, only to find out later that what they “thought” was a redundant system, had a weak point. This Data Center Management seminar will review your risk profile as well as focus on maintenance and other preventative solutions such as monitoring power, security, and environmental equipment.
“Energy Savings” concepts are working their way into both new construction & existing facilities, this FREE seminar is designed to demonstrate, explain and show how your organization can benefit from some of these concepts.
Do you want to understand more about…
GREEN DATA CENTERS
All this and more will be highlighted in this three hour seminar. You will save money if you put this knowledge to work for you!
The area’s leading power quality experts offer an informational seminar on electrical safety for commercial & industrial businesses.
When it comes to electrical safety, facility managers and building owners need to understand what to do, but even more importantly, what “not” to do. OSHA, NFPA and NEC have all recently made changes, with more changes to come. NFPA 70E outlines some of these changes with new requirements for arc flash and arc blast safety. This seminar presents past policies and practices, the current standards, and possible future changes.
The area’s leading power quality experts offer an introduction to transformers and demonstrate how they work and discuss uses, problems & solutions in today’s electrical environments.
Power Quality Topics including:
The area’s leading power quality experts delve deeper into UPS technology topics.
If you or your company is interested in learning about factors that improve your UPS reliability and factors that decrease your UPS reliability, this exclusive PQU seminar is one you won’t want to miss!
The Advanced UPS Seminar includes:
Single Module Systems
Parallel for Capacity Systems
Integrated Parallel Systems
Parallel Redundant Systems
PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness) is a nationally recognized rating system to help facility personnel assess how efficiently their Data Centers use energy.
This class will cover industry standards and procedures on effectively measuring energy usage in the facility data center. This class will help the facility manager, It manager or corporate energy manager and technicians understand the metrics that determine a useful PUE measurement that can be used to improve the facility energy consumption. This class will not only discuss current standards, it will show what and where measurements need to be taken and how to use the data from these measurements to calculate a meaningful PUE.
The area’s leading power quality experts offer their expertise on power quality topics & issues that affect commercial and industrial businesses.
This discussion group is designed to elaborate on power quality problems and solutions in a open panel discussion format.
Listen to some of the area’s leading experts on Power Quality share their experience on some of the most challenging projects related to Power Quality.