Exporting machines to North America can often be difficult for European businesses, which often struggle with the required approaches, designs and standards.
However, there is a huge opportunity available by expanding to the market. Doing so successfully is reliant on being well prepared with local knowledge, which includes understanding North American-specific standards, codes, UL policies around power and control circuits.
This webinar will provide insight into North American power and control circuits, including:
- Guidelines for proper selection and sizing
- The differences between European and North American markets
- The North American design approach and authorisation process
- Practical tips and examples for success in exporting to North America
This is the webinar of series. The next ones will focus on particular design areas which are relevant for fitting the machines to North American standards:
- Module 1 - NA vs Europe approach the actual difference
- Module 2 - Feeder and Branch Circuits
- Module 4 - Coordination Tables and Short Circuit Ratings
Industrial Control, EMEA Product Manager, Rockwell Automation
Stefano has more than 30 years’ electromechanical devices experience. He has spent most of his Rockwell Automation career supporting Sales within the Industrial Control and Low Voltage Motor Control Center product basket. In recent years he has excelled in the disclosing of North American Standards basics.