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Tmax XT Thursday Webinar Series
Industrial Solutions
Tmax® XT Thursday Webinar Series for Distributors
The Tmax XT Thursday webinar series features a range of in-depth topics to support the transition from Spectra™ to Tmax XT molded case circuit breakers 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 will occur Thursdays at 11:00 am Eastern
Format: 30 minutes presentation and Q&A
 

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Upcoming Sessions and Presenters:

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Live Session Date

 

Topic

 

Subject Matter Expert

 

What to Expect?

May 20 @ 11 am EST   Spectra™ to Tmax® XT Distributor Migration Guide   Gustavo Iaqueli/ Oscar Moreno/Daniel Lambert   This session will provide an overview of the options to help select the right SACE Tmax XT when migrating from Spectra circuit breakers and walk through available on-line resources.
June 17 @ 11 am EST   Tmax® XT Retrofit KIT for Spectra™ power panelboard and switchboard   Cassidy Cohen   This session will provide an overview of the options to help select the right SACE Tmax XT retrofit kit when migrating from Spectra circuit breakers in a bolt-on panelboard or switchboard and walk through available on-line resources.
July 22 @ 11 am EST   How to select the right circuit breaker for ReliaGear™ lighting panelboards   Meghan Mathews   Safety, performance, and reliability are key to any business. Help your customers achieve all three and more with the new ReliaGear ™ lighting panelboards. In this session, attendees will learn how to use the migration guide to select the right circuit breaker for your panelboards and applications, from TQD/Spectra to FORMULA A2/Tmax ®.
August 19 @ 11 am EST   ReliaGear™ SB switchboards   Derek Leitzke   With decades of switchboard experience, ABB’s new ReliaGear SB switchboards bring together a plug-in distribution solution with design commonality between power and molded-case circuit breakers. In this session, we will explore how this leads to greater flexibility and reliability in today’s low voltage distribution system.
September 16 @ 11 am EST   SACE® Tmax® XT and SACE FORMULA A2 Enclosed Circuit Breakers   Oscar Moreno   Ideal for nearly any application or location, including general purpose or rainproof surface mounting, ABB’s new enclosed circuit breakers come with expertise built in. They contain all of ABB’s high performance breaker technology, all housed in a convenient enclosure. In this session, we will explore how this makes it easier to satisfy customer demands, from project specification right through to project delivery.
October 14 @ 11 am EST   Ekip Touch/Hi-Touch trip units and EPiC mobile app: FASTER. SAFER. EASIER.   Oscar Moreno   It’s time to try something new. Something epic. Join us for an overview on the advanced capabilities of SACE Tmax XT molded case circuit breakers with Ekip Touch/Hi-Touch trip units, and discover how to make installation easier, save time when commissioning the circuit breaker, and experience safer operation at no added cost with the new EPiC mobile app.
November 18@ 11 am EST   ReliaGear™ neXT power panel   Gustavo Iaqueli   Ready to dramatically speed up field modifications and eliminate labor-intensive bolt-on components? Then, you’re ready for what’s next in power panels: ReliaGear neXT from ABB. In our ongoing commitment to offer superior value at every touchpoint, from ordering to installation to maintenance, we’ve combined the best technology of ABB and GE Industrial Solutions. In this session, participants will discover ABB’s true breakthrough in plug-in power panels, engineered to dramatically save time, labor, and cost while ensuring rock-solid reliability.


 

Meet your Tmax XT Thursdays 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.

phillip.carter@us.abb.com


 

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