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Join our last Tech Talk of 2020!

In complex facilities, big switchgear line-ups can struggle with real estate issues and wiring complexity for their multiple protection and control relay schemes. But new approaches to centralized switchgear protection leveraging merging units and advanced communication can dramatically reduce that footprint and unlock new functionality.

Join GE expert Terrence Smith for a live webinar and Q&A session on emerging concepts in centralized protection of switchgear, part of our ongoing series of Tech Talks to refresh your knowledge on key protection and control fundamentals.

Don't miss the last Tech Talk of 2020- training hour certification will be available to eligible attendees!

In this session, learn about: 

  • The advantages and limitations of modern low impedance bus protection for switchgear

  • How centralized protection works: The hardware components, installation advantages, and the various communications architectures and topologies

  • The case for a central relay for a switchgear and substation, and the advantages that future single relay schemes- enabled by process bus- could offer

This tech talk will be held on December 9th, 2020 at 11AM PT/2PM ET.

Speakers: Terrance Smith

Commercial Application Director

GE Grid Solutions

 

Terrence is a Commercial Application Director for the GE Grid Automation North American Commercial team, leading a team of technical application engineers supporting the Protection and Control portfolio. 

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