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Webinar – Mitigating Harmonic Disturbances for Better Electrical System Performance

Webinar - Mitigating Harmonic Disturbances for Better Electrical System Performance

Join HPS power quality experts Sanela Ligata and Jeff Somerville for an enlightening webinar on best practices for mitigating harmonic disturbances in electrical systems. They will discuss how harmonic disturbances impact electrical systems and can cause equipment downtime. They will provide best practices for mitigating these effects for better performance and cost-efficiency.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to advance your knowledge with the help of these industry leaders!

Date: June 18, 2024

Time: 2:00 pm EST

Register for the webinar here.

This webinar is presented by The Journal From Rockwell Automation and the PartnerNetwork magazine, sponsored by HPS.

This webinar provides a comprehensive understanding of how harmonic disturbances affect electrical systems and the best practices for mitigating these effects. Attendees will gain valuable insights on how to enhance their systems for better performance and cost-efficiency.

Attendees will learn:

  1. Effects of Harmonics:
    Gain a clear understanding of harmonics, their origins, and the adverse impacts they have on power systems. This includes increased energy losses and potential interference with sensitive electronics.
  2. Mitigation Techniques and Applications:
    Explore a range of solutions for reducing harmonic disturbances, such as line reactors, passive filters, and active filters. We will detail how each method contributes to better power quality and system efficiency.
  3. Practical Benefits of Harmonic Mitigation:

– Enhanced Equipment Lifespan: Learn how effective harmonic mitigation reduces wear and tear on electrical components, significantly extending their operational life.

– Operational Cost Savings: Discover how improving power quality can lead to lower energy consumption and operational costs, including reduced power factor penalties and minimized energy waste.

– Increased System Reliability: Understand how the right mitigation strategies can result in fewer system disruptions, reduced downtime, and a lower risk of equipment failure.

Date: June 18, 2024

Time: 2:00 pm EST

Register for the webinar here.

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