Comprehensive monitoring of real-time power conditions throughout a facility helps ensure the safe, reliable, efficient, and compliant operation of systems, protecting the assets connected to them. Power management systems prevent disturbances of operations while controlling energy costs and enhancing safety. Choosing a system, however, can be challenging. This 60-minute Webinar from the editors of Tech Briefs highlights how to choose the appropriate power distribution and monitoring equipment, control system, sensors, and data management software.
- The advantages of 415/240 Vac power distribution to data center racks
- How taking the “switch” out of a power distribution unit (PDU) allows for selective, on-demand load control and monitoring, even for the retrofit of basic PDUs
- Energy consumption of rotating equipment
- The benefits of continuous vibration analysis beyond uptime
- Preventing power disturbances
- Status reporting using redundant power
An audience Q&A follows the technical presentation.
Frank DeLattre, Executive VP, Sales and Marketing, Gateview Technologies
Frank DeLattre brings 25+ years of experience in sales, marketing, and sales operations at both the strategic and operational levels to Gateview. He has extensive knowledge of mission-critical markets including data centers, telecommunications, industrial, and healthcare. He has built and led world-class sales organizations from start-ups to large industrials. Prior to Gateview, Frank held senior sales and marketing positions at UNIPOWER, Green Cubes Technology, Vycon, Pentadyne Power Corp., Cherokee International, and Active Power. Frank holds a bachelor of science degree in industrial technology from San Diego State University and a master’s degree in international business administration from West Coast University.
Chad Flowe, Senior Reliability and Customer Success Manager, Grundfos
Chad Flowe has spent more than a decade in the rotating equipment industry, with a strong focus on maintenance and reliability strategies. His career started at Strategic Power Systems, where he collected and analyzed reliability, availability, and maintainability metrics on gas and steam turbines globally. He also worked at PP&S, supporting new pump applications, service, training, and reliability initiatives, and at Tyson Foods, developing and implementing strategies to meet uptime and maintenance spend goals for more than 40 manufacturing plants in the U.S. In 2020, Chad joined the U.S. Grundfos Digital Solutions team, supporting Grundfos Machine Health (GMH) in the Southeast. Most recently, he has taken on the role of Senior Reliability and Customer Success Manager, driving reliability strategy adoption while helping clients extract maximum value from the GMH program. Chad has a bachelor of science degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where he studied mechanical engineering technology. Chad also became a Certified Reliability Leader (CRL) through the Association of Asset Management Professionals.
Mark Wilkins, Engineering Manager, Acopian Technical Co.
Mark Wilkins has spent more than 40 years designing, manufacturing, and assisting customers in the application of power supplies and power systems. His career started in 1978 at ITT Defense Systems, where he developed and manufactured high reliability power systems for missile defense and airborne communications. He later joined the engineering group at American Electronics Lab / BAE Systems, where he continued to design various power supplies for defense applications before joining Acopian Technical Co. in 1996. As Engineering Manager, Mark leads the development of new products, oversees production processing issues, and interfaces with customers to assist them in solving all types of application requirements. Mark has vast insight on how to effectively apply a power solution to almost any application.
Lisa Arrigo, Editor, SAE Media Group