Graybar To Host Industrial Seminar, Tech Webinars

The series of webinars will focus on new products and technologies used in building intelligence and energy efficiency applications, and the seminar will discuss energy costs. They will look at government rules and regulations and where they are forcing distributors - and consumers - to go . . .

Graybar, a leading distributor of electrical, communications, and data networking products and provider of related supply chain management and logistics services, is introducing a series of webinars focused on new products and technologies used in building intelligence and energy efficiency applications. The “G2 Talk” series will feature a variety of subject matter specialists from some of Graybar’s world-class manufacturers.

“The G2 Talk webinar series will allow us to bring important information to our customers on some of the newest innovations and industry trends,” says Graybar Director, Emerging Technology Karl Griffith. “These 40-minute webinars will feature some of the most knowledgeable representatives in the industry.”

Registration availability for the webinars is limited, and the first 50 eligible attendees for select webinars will receive a gift card for a free cup of coffee. The remaining webinars scheduled for 2012 are:

Sept. 20 – DCIM – StructureWare, Schneider Electric

Oct. 18 – Finally!  A Way to Test High Speed Data Center Fiber, Fluke Networks

Nov. 15 – Fiber Optics: Enabling the Green, Corning Cable Systems

Dec. 20 – Intelligent Data Centers: Delivering Business Value, Panduit

To learn more about the webinars, visit www.graybar.com/techwebinars.


Join Graybar for a FREE PowerSmart Seminar featuring updates on Industrial Energy, Lighting and Green Developments. All topics are presented at both the morning and afternoon sessions. Receive two (2) hours PDU/CEU credit for attending. Sign up today as space is limited.

Where:

Hampton Inn & Suites Toledo-Perrysburg
9753 Clark Dr.
Rossford, Ohio 43560

When:

Thursday, October 18
9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
or 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Lunch included

Seminar Schedule:

All topics are presented at both the morning and afternoon sessions.

To LED or Not to LED, That is the Question

This session will explore the LED world, separate fact from fiction and make sense out of this constantly changing new technology. We will look at government rules and regulations and where they are forcing us to go. Are utility rebates going away? Have you tested your emergency lighting lately? Do you follow National Fire Protection Association mandated testing procedures? What's new in LED fixtures and controls.

  • Industrial LED Lighting
  • Energy legislation and Rebates
  • Emergency Lighting
  • Lighting Fixtures
  • Lighting Controls

Presented by: Jerry Dideon
Graybar Manager, Lighting Business DevelopmentJerry has over 30 years in the lighting business, doing lighting design for First Energy. He is NCQLP certified and a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society.

Monitoring, Controlling and Reducing Your Energy Costs

Intelligent energy solutions reduce your energy consumption and maintenance costs while simultaneously improving equipment utilization, service life, reliability and safety. Energy efficiency is a continuous process of monitoring, analyzing and improving the use of energy within your facility. It's about making intelligent decisions about where to spend the money to get the best return on your investment. It's about choosing intelligent solutions that work independently or with other building systems to maximize use of energy facility-wide.

  • Power Management
  • System Lighting Controls
  • Energy saving Motor Control
  • Capabilities: Power factor, Solar and Audits

Presented by: Mark Grospitch, P.E.
Graybar Application Engineer Mark Grospitch is the Application Engineer for Graybar in Northern Ohio. Mark is a Professional Engineer (P.E.) and a licensed electrical contractor. He has over 28 years of diversified electrical experience in automation, controls and power distribution. Mark has been involved in applying these products in many energy savings applications, resulting in customers saving many thousands of energy dollars.

 

 

 

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