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Tech Tuesday Webinar Series
Technical Tuesday Webinar Series

Tech Tuesday Webinar Series

Technical Tuesdays are a remote learning, professional development hour (PDH) eligible, opportunity via live online webinars from ABB subject matter experts. Register just once for access to the entire series live or on-demand at your convenience.

Timing: Live session every other Tuesday at 2 pm Eastern
Format: 1-hour of presentation followed by Q&A with downloadable PDH certificate

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Upcoming Sessions and Presenters:

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Live Session Date




Subject Matter Expert


What to Expect?

1 @ 2 pm




Jeff Small
Field Application Engineer


Useful information on selective coordination using tables and ABB documentation. Review of the National Electrical Code (NEC) requirements and supporting documentation to help you specify selectively coordinated systems.

15 @ 2 pm


Machine Guarding Basics


John McHale
Jokab Engineering Manager


A pragmatic approach to machine safeguarding and devices with application examples and software configuration tools.

29 @ 2 pm


Hazardous Locations, Regulations & Standards


Crissia Memoria
Technical Product Specialist


A major safety concern in industrial facilities is the occurrence of explosions or fires. From an offshore oil rig to a factory floor, all electrical equipment needs to perform to industry standards for a truly safe work environment. In this webinar, you will learn about hazardous locations and the factors that govern hazardous location lighting fixtures, industry standards, and regulations. We will also provide an overview of key hazardous location markets and rated luminaires available to help you prevent risks.

13 @ 2 pm
  ReliaGear White Paper - bolt on vs. plug in   Glynn Newby
Product Marketing Manager
  Help enhance the safety, efficiency and longevity of power panel installations. A new white paper compares the benefits of plug-in versus bolt-on connections and finds that plug-in breakers can maintain contact pressure over a wider effective area and do not loosen over time. Learn why this is the case and what it means for you
October 27 @ 2pm   Arc Flash solutions for new and existing applications   Mark Johnson
Senior Power Systems Engineer
  Performing an Arc Flash Study is the first step in determining ways to reduce the arc flash exposure risk to personnel working around electrical equipment, minimize damage to equipment if an arc even occurs, and shorten loss of production time if repairs are needed.


View past Technical Tuesday Sessions on demand at our webinar center.


Meet your Technical Tuesday Series Moderator 

Phillip Carter -Training Program Manager for the ABB Electrification Customer Experience  
Phillip Carter is Training Program Manager for the ABB Electrification Customer Experience Team.  Following a tour of duty with the US Marine Corps, he spent 20 years as a medical service engineer with GE Medical Systems and Philips.  Next came 10 years of teaching all levels of mathematics in public high school before joining ABB as a Senior Technical Trainer in 2015.

Phillip has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Memphis and a Master’s in Education from Union University.


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