Power Factor Seminar NOV. 18 2016 (PQ-102) 4 Credit Hrs
Friday, November 18, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM (CST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Power Factor Seminar PQ-(102)
State of Wisconsin DSPS # 17409 4 credit hrs. Great for Commercial Electrical Inspector Certification, Industrial Journeyman Electrician License, Journeyman Electrician License, Master Electrician License and Electrical Professionals.
This four hour seminar course explains the three
types of power factor, from a cause and effect
basis. The seminar demonstrates how to
size power factor capacitors for various types of
situations and the pitfalls to be avoided!
Several real life examples are worked as a
group to demonstrate the techniques used to
perform analysis of power factor, size power
factor equipment and to quantify the expected
results and ROI.
Upon completion of this course, participants
should have a meaningful understanding of the
various types of power factor, the impact that
low power factor has on electric power systems,
the causes of low power factor, methods to
analyze power factor and methods to improve
This course is applicable to electrical industry
professionals serving either industrial or
commercial environments. For maximum benefit
of this course, participants should have an
understanding of basic electrical principles such
as Ohms law, power, electrical metering, motors
and general electrical equipment and systems.
When & Where
John Houdek President of Allied Industrial Marketing, Inc.
John Houdek is president and co-owner of Allied Industrial Marketing, Inc. (Cedarburg, WI, USA), a company that specializes in electrical power quality. John serves the power quality industry as an un-biased resource for a variety of power quality services including problem diagnosis, harmonic analysis, filter design, computer simulation, training and seminars as well as technical marketing support for key components used for the assembly of high performance power quality equipment.
Prior to forming Allied Industrial Marketing, John held senior management positions for two electrical power quality equipment manufacturers.
John earned an MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management and has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering technology from MSOE, where he is also a part time lecturer.
John is an adjunct assistant professor at MSOE (Milwaukee School of Engineering) where he teaches a course in electrical power quality.
He has presented power quality seminars and training programs throughout North America, Europe, Asia and South America and has authored many technical papers which have been published or presented throughout the world.