Speaking Engagements 2017

Timothy G. Pool, PE, RCDD
Principal | Director of Engineering

NEC 2017: Medium and High Voltage Electrical System Design

Medium and High Voltage Systems are defined by the National Electrical Code as systems operating at more than 1000 volts. Special clearances, grounding and installation conditions are required for higher voltage systems. This class will review the high voltage requirements of electrical systems and discuss layout and applications in various electrical systems design practice. NEC 2017 - Articles 110, Article 250, Table 310.104 (C) and Article 328 will be presented.

December 6, 2017
Eaton Corporation
12875 Corporate Drive, Unit F
Parma, OH
5:00 - 9:00 pm

 

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    Staff Presentation Experience

    Timothy G. Pool, PE, RCDD

    • Arc Flash Hazards in the workplace NFPA 70E
    • National Electrical Code Training NFPA 70
    • Bonding and Grounding
    • Generator Backup – Where and How?
    • Life Safety Systems and Emergency Egress Lighting
    • Fire Alarm System NFPA 72
    • Major Lighting Updates in the 2008 NEC
    • Low Voltage Electronic Technician Training Courses for Electricians
    • Medium and High Voltage Electrical System Design
    • Overcurrent Device Coordination and Short Circuit Analysis
    • Ohio Building Code 

    Adam B. Kilbourne, FSMPS, CPSM

    • Photography Basics for Marketers
    • Whose Shoes are You Looking At? Introverts and Extroverts in the Workplace
    • Time vs. Priority | Managing Your Time to Get More Done
    • Social Media