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#4993 - 10/25/01 06:28 PM Power Quality
SlamTex Offline
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Does anyone know of any "authorities" on power quality out there in the industry? I'm looking for seminars, courses of study, or workshops. I seem to get a lot of calls concerning power quality, and would like to be able to service these customers in the best possible way. I would like to be able to troubleshoot, isolate, and repair these types of problems with 100% accuracy. I feel that my knowledge on this issue only "scratches the surface" of what is out there. Any advice would be obliged. Have a nice day. GOD BLESS AMERICA!
HMEL# 688

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#4994 - 10/26/01 03:29 AM Re: Power Quality
therain4 Offline
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Loc: Dunmore,Pa. U>S.A.
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#4995 - 10/26/01 12:01 PM Re: Power Quality
WARREN1 Offline
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Registered: 05/09/01
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Loc: Greenville, SC, USA
Using your browser, search for
electrical seminars "power quality".
You will find many available such learning opportunities. The following four were there.
electrotek.com
tgs-inc.com
marketing.drantz-bmi.com
northern-tech.com
(Tried some hyperlinks. Don't know if I know how to make it work.:O)
Good luck with your search.
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#4996 - 10/27/01 06:29 AM Re: Power Quality
SlamTex Offline
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Thanks of the help. God Bless.
HMEL#688
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