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Managing electrical networks is a complicated balancing act between equipment from various vendors, new sources of power, and the increasing need for high-quality power. The digitalization of energy systems is key to providing efficient, reliable, and safe energy. The Electrical Digital Twin represents the physical components of the electrical network. Connected to field devices, the digital twin allows engineers and operators to manage assets throughout the project lifecycle, run what-if scenarios assessing equipment response under specific conditions and analyze & optimize settings and procedures in a safe virtual environment.
ETAP Arc Flash Analysis software includes a variety of arc flash hazard safety labels in multiple languages. This webinar will demonstrate the new eLabelMaker™ features, such as two-incident energy result labels, QR codes, and fully customizable label. Create arc flash labels in any language even without having access to specific ETAP Language Editions. Existing arc flash labels are still available with every release, but in addition, the eLabelMaker™ allows the user to create any type of label, depending on the specific needs or regional standard requirements.
ETAP 22 is released and available for download! The Electrical Digital Twin solution helps you design, operate, and automate safe, reliable, resilient, and compliant power systems - even more efficiently & collaboratively than before, on a single platform, facilitating fully integrated lifecycle digitization.
In this webinar, we demonstrated how easy it is to convert to ETAP 22 from various legacy software applications using the most advanced built-in data conversation tool. We also explored many of the new features & capabilities in ETAP 22 and revealed tips and tricks for the best ETAP experience.
ETAP Train Power Simulation - eTraX™ software includes validated, user-friendly and flexible software tools for designing, analyzing and managing AC and DC railway infrastructure. Learn how eTraX integrates with ETAP protection & coordination software (StarZ) to offer insights into line protection, protective relay performance & evaluation, troubleshooting false trips, and system-wide protective device operation.
ZSI (Zone Selective Interlock) Scheme has been developed about 40 years ago and since then, the application has expanded from Protection to Arc Flash Hazard Mitigation and even Coordination or Selectivity.
ETAP Star™ is an easy-to-use, interactive, and powerful platform for overcurrent protection and coordination studies. Supported with 100+ thousands of verified and validated protective device and equipment library models from manufacturers across the world, simulation and analysis of any network are at your fingertips.
Learn about the intuitive and efficient approach for the creation of Time-Current Characteristic Curves and the program’s artificial intelligence (AI) for protection and coordination or selectivity analysis.
In this webinar, we introduce ETAP Unbalanced Network Short Circuit Analysis and demonstrate how to evaluate the impact of shunt, series, and sliding faults on balanced and unbalanced networks:
*Device Duty Evaluation for multi-phase, single-phase, AC & DC systems
* Run and evaluate all fault types in one study
* Shunt, series, and simultaneous faults
* Simulate protective device responses to fault currents and configuration changes
Unbalanced Network Short Circuit Standards:
* ANSI C37.10 for AC systems
* IEC 60909 for AC systems
* IEC 61660 for DC systems
Learn about ETAP ArcSafety, an all-in-one AC & DC arc flash solution for LV, MV & HV systems that improves safety, reduces risk, minimizes equipment damage, and validates mitigation techniques.
In this video, we demonstrate how to use ETAP’s Lightning Risk Assessment (LRA) module to assess the risk of a lightning strike and the probability of damage. Learn about the LRA calculation methods used in ETAP and how to perform the LRA to comply
with internationals standards NFPA 780-2020, 2014 and IEC 62305-2: 2010. Explore the important reasons behind Lightning Risk Assessment. From lightning as the number one cause of power surges, to preventing damage, fires and other harm to lives
and property, accounting for unpredictable weather patterns and asset protection, as in buildings, power infrastructure, and human lives, ETAP's Lightning Risk Assessment module will calculate the possible risk to humans and
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