ABB Webinar: Consolidating Components in OEM Designs Using Intelligent Breakers

October 22, 2021

Watch the on-demand version of this event and increase your knowledge!

Speakers: ABB Product and Segment Experts, hosted by Phill Carter Customer Experience Training Program Manager

Expertise: Basic & Intermediate

How many components are you using in your electrical protection? If you used half, or even a quarter of those components, how much in labor costs would you save? In this webinar we will examine how advanced components such as intelligent circuit breakers and Ekip UP can consolidate components to save time during production, commissioning, and troubleshooting.

In this webinar we will cover:
1. Consolidate components used in common protection schemes
2. Determine when it makes sense and when it doesn’t to consolidate components
3. Provide additional features at zero extra component costs.

This webinar is applicable not only for ABB’s Tmax XT molded case circuit breakers, but also for Emax 2 air circuit breakers and our Ekip UP relays.



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