|Date :||Wed, Apr 10 2019|
|Time :||12:00 AM - 12:00 AM|
|Location :||Rockwell Automation (Milwaukee, WI)|
|Cost :||$ 500|
The introduction of the new Article 409 for Industrial Control Panels in the 2005 edition of the National Electrical Code (NEC) drew increased attention to installations of industrial control panels. Industrial control panels (ICPs) with the UL Mark are installable to the NEC and have a distinct competitive edge in the marketplace.
The second day instructs industrial control panel customers on how to establish short-circuit ratings for individual industrial control panels in accordance with the requirements outlined in the new Standard for Industrial Control Panels, UL 508A, 3rd Edition, Supplement SB. This supplement is the only method specifically noted as being recognized by the NEC. This half day training will be followed by a visit to Rockwell Automation’s high current lab and a review of products, tools, and services available from Rockwell to help in the design and verification of panels to certain short circuit ratings.
For more details, please contact Brooke Skarda at 262-369-3795.