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Eaton is a diversified power management company providing energy-efficient solutions that help our customers effectively manage electrical hydraulic and mechanical power. Eaton is a global technology leader in power management solutions that make electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power operate more efficiently, effectively, safely and sustainably.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Basic Fuse-Ology

    Seminar | Eaton Electric Ltd

    This seminar will assist in understanding the construction of a fuse link, the fuse operating process during fault clearing and the electrical characteristics during fuse operation while protecting electrical circuits.

  • 2 Wire Systems: An Introduction

    Seminar | Eaton Electric Ltd

    This seminar provides an overview of 2-wire systems, and how they compare with the other types of systems available. Includes a run-through example bi-wire ultra-system to illustrate typical features to be expected on such systems.

  • Arc Flash In Low Voltage Switchboards.

    Seminar | Eaton Electric Ltd

    Seminar discusses the potential hazard presented by arcing faults in low voltage switchboards and explains the measures available to mitigate them.

  • Building Regulations Part L2 Overview & The Impact On Electrical Power Measurement.

    Seminar | Eaton Electric Ltd

    This seminar explains the background to legislation arising from the climate change programme, providing a comprehensive overview of part l2 building regulations and the energy performance in buildings directive. Covers metering, monitoring and data collection and analysis. Includes guidance on design issues and discusses future sustainability developments.

  • Power Factor Correction

    Seminar | Eaton Electric Ltd

    Seminar aims to provide a greater awareness of what is pfc (power factor correction) and its merits, it also explains how to determine whether there is a requirement for use.

  • Understanding Circuit Protection Selectivity And Backup Protection.

    Seminar | Eaton Electric Ltd

    Seminar explains the requirements of the 17th edition wiring regulations in respect of discrimination (selectivity) and back-up protection. Includes guidance on how to use manufacturers? information in the preparation of a discrimination study and reasons why discrimination may or may not be a requirement.

  • Visual Alarm Devices: A Guide To En54-23 And Cop001

    Seminar | Eaton Electric Ltd

    Seminar provides an overview of en54-23 and cop 001, what it means for fire systems specification including as well as understanding en54-23 how the specification of alarm beacons needs to change because of the new standard.

  • Visual Alarm Devices: A Guide To En54-23 And Cop 0001

    Workshop | Eaton Electric Ltd

    Seminar provides an overview of en54-23 and cop 0001, what it means for fire systems specification including as well as understanding en54-23 how the specification of alarm beacons needs to change because of the new standard. Connor – note text changed cop 001 to cop 0001.

  • Switchgear For Ie3 Motors

    Seminar | Eaton Electric Ltd

    This seminar explores the erp directive and how it affects conventional motor control switchgear.

  • The impact of the ErP directive on electrical switchgear and ensuring compliance using variable speed drives

    Seminar | Eaton Electric Ltd

    This seminar is all about the impact of the ErP Directive on electrical switchgear and ensuring compliance; particularly with the use of VSD drives. The opportunity to learn more about the challenges that are faced and to explore them.

  • Emergency Voice Communication Systems Features; benefits; legislation and topologies

    Seminar | Eaton Electric Ltd

    You’re in a burning building; how do you get out? This seminar covers the role of Emergency Voice Communication Systems (EVCS) and the problems they solve. This seminar is important to anybody installing Fire safety system and those who are looking to ensure their buildings are compliant. The seminar covers when and where to install an EVCS; how they can assist building occupants in a life safety scenario as well as the topologies of systems.

  • PAVA (Public Address/Voice Alarm) systems and their applications

    Seminar | Eaton Electric Ltd

    Following this presentation participants will know the different options for evacuation scenarios with sound. Learners will develop a level of understanding as to how to select the right PAVA systems. Topics of discussion will involve understanding what; and how to make the most of your ASET (Available Safe Egress Time). Upon completion; the audience will know when; and how; to select a Voice Alarm system.