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Ecodial 3 – FAQ’s

Remark : You may renumber the functional names with the Automatic numbering of the View menu. Version 3.2 of Ecodial works from a cable database. If such a cable exists… Read more

Jan 22, 2011 | Edvard

Ecodial 3 - FAQ's

Do You Understand What Is Electric Shock?

Electric current passing through the body, particularly alternating current at power frequencies of 50 Hz and 60 Hz, may disrupt the nervous system, causing muscular reaction and the painful sensation… Read more

Jan 02, 2011 | Edvard

Electric shock danger sign

Siemens – Busway Purpose and Definition

Commercial and industrial distribution systems use several methods to transport electrical energy. These methods may include heavy conductors run in trays or conduit. Once installed, cable and conduit assemblies are… Read more

Dec 23, 2010 | Edvard

Electrical power can be supplied to any area of a building by connecting standard lengths of busway.

Characteristics of Lightning Strokes

Lightning, one of Mother Nature’s most spectacular events, started to appear significantly demystified after Franklin showed its electric nature with his famous electrical kite experiment in 1752. Although a great… Read more

Dec 19, 2010 | Edvard

Characteristics of Lightning Strokes

Time-Current Curves explained in details

Time-current curves are used to show how fast a breaker will trip at any magnitude of current. The following illustration shows how a time-current curve works. The figures along the… Read more

Dec 07, 2010 | Edvard

Time-Current Curves

Electrical Certificates

There is often confusion about what is commonly referred to as an “Electrical Certificate”. There are essentially 3 types of documents or certificates. Each imply different type of certification. “Electrical… Read more

Dec 02, 2010 | Edvard

Electrical Certificate, Tests and Report

Electrical Power System Overcurrents

Electrical power systems must be designed to serve  a variety of loads safely and reliably. Effective  control of short-circuit current, or fault current as  it is commonly called, is a… Read more

Nov 27, 2010 | Edvard

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