Test equipment doesn't tell you everything. In fact, to get usable information from it, you have to know what you're looking for, how to measure it correctly, and how to interpret what you're measuring.
Two new electrical training courses: "Risk Assessment Techniques Using NFPA 70E: A Primer" and "Maintenance and Testing of Battery Systems," provide practical and critical educational information that electrical testing professionals can consume at ...
New business owners often believe that the best way to gain new customers is simply to offer prices lower than the competition. That approach is one of the main reasons most new businesses fail in only a few years.
When the gloves come in for electrical testing, they also are given a visual inspection and filled with air to check for leaks.
After the body of the NEC, concluding with Chapter 9, you'll find a series of “Informative Annexes.” In previous issues, we looked at Annexes A and B. Now it's time to see what's in Annex C. As with Annex B, Annex C consists of tables.
Conducting a power quality analysis can tell you if your equipment has power quality problems. Advertisement. Looking for power quality issues typically is not done until such issues are suspected in a troubleshooting situation.