Watch the on-demand webinar to learn how to prevent power quality issues from occurring in the future.
By: Allan Evora
About the webinar
Did this power quality event have an impact on my facility? Did it damage my equipment? How can I prevent this from occurring in the future?
Unlike most believe, there's no great mystery around power quality. You don't have to be an expert or even an electrical engineer to be able to analyze, root cause, and identify actionable items.
We'll review recommended software and tools that help owners and managers detect and take action on power quality events such as sags, swells, and transients.
Using standard, out of the box Power Monitoring Expert software developed by Schneider Electric, we'll show how owners can get a better idea of what's occurring in the facility.
You'll learn how to
The basics of Power Monitoring Expert, and how to use the software to gain more in-depth insight about the power quality events that occur in your facility.
Allan D. Evora is a leading expert in control systems integration and president of Affinity Energy with over 20 years of industry experience working in every capacity of the power automation project life cycle. With a background at Boeing Company and General Electric, Allan made the decision to establish Affinity Energy in 2002. Allan is an alumnus of Syracuse University with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, graduate of the NC State Energy Management program, and qualified as a Certified Measurement & Verification Professional (CMVP).
Throughout his career, Allan has demonstrated his passion for providing solutions. In 1990, he developed FIRST (Fast InfraRed Signature Technique), a preliminary design software tool used to rapidly assess rotary craft infrared signatures. In 2008, Allan was the driving force behind the development of Affinity Energy's Utilitrend; a commercially available, cloud-based utility resource trending, tracking, and reporting software.
Allan has been instrumental on large scale integration projects for utilities, universities, airports, financial institutions, medical campus utility plants, and manufacturing corporations, and has worked with SCADA systems since the early ‘90s. A passion for data acquisition, specialty networks, and custom software drives him to incorporate openness, simplicity, and integrity into every design in which he is involved.