Acceptance Testing - Understanding What is Important

Tuesday, September 25, 2012 

Topic:                  Acceptance Testing - Understanding What is 
Speaker:             Scott Manske - Eaton Corporation

Time:                   5:30 PM - Attitude Adjustment
                                    6:00 PM - Meeting
                                    7:00 PM - Dinner
Location:              Sinbad's Restaurant
                                    Pier 2 The Embarcadero
                                    San Francisco, CA 94111
Cost:                    $25 (at the door)
                                    Limited Seating (RSVP Required)
                                    $25 (Email pre-registration)
                                    Pre-registrants qualify for IEEE Color Book Drawing
Students:            $10 (at the door) for first 5 IEEE student members.
Contact:                Bob Formicola 
                                    (209) 470–3056

Acceptance testing is not only the wrap-up of the project, but the beginning a lifelong understanding of the health of your electrical system. The purpose of this presentation is to get a better understanding of the requirements, where they come from, proper installation and base-line data for future maintenance, why you preform each test, test methods, understanding specific testing specifications, and maintenance of equipment subject to long intervals between shutdowns.

Scott received his BS in Engineering from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He has over 28 years of engineering and management experience working for ABB, Allen Bradley, and FluidIQs System Integration. He is currently the manager for Eaton’s Electrical Service and System group in Livermore, CA