When customers have an application where it is critical to keep their control system running, how can they plan and design their panel so that it runs if either the 3-phase voltage goes away or the control voltage goes away? In episode 13 of ROK Talk on Industrial Components, Robin Priestley, who is a Certified Power Quality Professional and a Federally Certified Energy Manager, brings over 30 years of experience in power quality and control issues at low and medium voltage to discuss this question.
How can a panel builder protect their panels from power quality events? In ROK Talk on Industrial Components Episode 12, Paul and Bill talk to Jim Furukawa who is a Senior Development Project Engineer at Rockwell Automation. Jim brings over 18 years of experience releasing and providing engineering support for a huge range of products to give his expertise on preventing power quality events.
In ROK Talk on Industrial Components Episode 11, Mike Brennan describes catalog number selection in ProposalWorks, the products included, the hidden capabilities of, and how to use it.
In ROK Talk on Industrial Components Episode 10, Scott Kossow explains our many different disconnects, uses, and where each would be used in a brewery.
In ROK Talk on Industrial Components Episode 9, Jason Zoellner talks about wiring systems and conversion system, the benefits of each and how a customer can implement a conversion system.
In ROK Talk on Industrial Components Episode 8, Bill and Paul talk to Senior Hardware Project Engineer, Randy Langer, about when you should use a Soft Starter (SMC) and when you should use a Variable Frequency Drive.
In ROK Talk on Industrial Components Episode 7, Bill and Paul talk to Industrial Control Lead, Derrick Hinds, about the most important factors in choosing a power supply and the typical mistakes that are made when selecting a power supply.
In ROK Talk on Industrial Components Episode 6, Bill and Paul talk to Technology Consultant, Simon Johnson, about the history, purpose and unique features of each circuit breaker. Allen-Bradley is famous for acronym use; especially, when it involves circuit breakers-MCCBs, MPCBs, MCPs, MCBs. What is each and how do you know which to use?
In ROK Talk on Industrial Components Episode 5, Paul and Bill talk with Steve Litzau about the history, robustness, and reliability of Push Buttons.
Are you staying up-to-date with UL changes? In ROK Talk on Industrial Components Episode 4, Bill and Paul discuss recent UL changes with Jonathan Johnson.
New dimensions, wiring, and panel layout are all dreaded parts of legacy product replacement. In ROK Talk on Industrial Components Episode 3, Amanda Eason describes how you can replace an E3 Plus with the E300 in 3 easy steps.
Why is DC circuit protection important and how do I use it? These questions are answered by Product Manager Juerg Merki in ROK Talk on Industrial Components Episode 2.
What is an Overload and why do you need one? In ROK Talk on Industrial Components Episode 1, Paul and Bill interview Portfolio Manager, Jerry Watkins, to hear his expertise on Overloads including how they work, why they are important, and how to choose the right Overload for your application.
In ROK Talk on Industrial Components Episode 0, co-hosts Paul Sipe and Bill Martin share their backgrounds and explain why they are excited to to talk to you about components.