Electrical Safety & Grounding

Arc Flash Analysis

Reduce Risk    Improve Safety    Enforce Compliance
ETAP Arc Flash Analysis allows you to identify and analyze high risk arc flash areas in your electrical system, and it also allows simulation of several different methods used by engineers to mitigate high incident energy.

Key Features

  • Compliant with IEEE 1584-2018 & NFPA Guidelines
  • Single & Three Phase Arc Flash Calculations
  • Multiple Language Arc Flash Labels
  • Compliant with NESC C2
  • L-G, L-L, L-L-L arc faults
  • Arc-in-a-Box 15 < kV < 36 kV
  • Work Permits and Data Sheets
  • Arc Flash Result Analyzer
  • Global Data Entry for Equipment
    ETAP Arc Flash Analysis provides multiple capabilities for faster and easier performance. This integrated program enables you to create multiple scenarios to determine which configuration produces the highest incident energy. In addition, it provides several methods to print professional quality reports and arc flash labels.

    Videos

    High Voltage Arc Flash for T&D, Industrial and Renewable Systems

    High Voltage Arc Flash for T&D, Industrial and Renewable Systems

    Arc flash analysis extends well beyond the scope of IEEE 1584 and NFPA 70E methodology for transmission, distribution, industrial and renewable energy systems. For many years, the industry has been lacking an ‘all-in-one’ solution for performing AC and DC arc flash analysis on LV, MV, and HV systems.

    IEEE 1584-2018 Arc Flash Incident Energy Calculation Method using ETAP

    IEEE 1584-2018 Arc Flash Incident Energy Calculation Method using ETAP

    This webinar will provide an overview of the fundamental differences between the IEEE 1584-2018 and existing arc flash methods. To better understand how the 2018 model combines empirical and arc flash physical behavior, the presentation will cover background and insights into the model development validation.

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