Fundamentals of Electrical Power Measurements


Many people’s job functions now require them to  make Electrical Power Measurements on the products their company produces and sells. However, the Engineers or Technicians that need to make these Power Measurements may not be experts in the field or may need a refresher course. This Webinar will provide attendees with Solutions and Education for making Electrical Power Measurements. Topics include DC and AC Power Measurements, Single Phase and Three Phase, 2 & 3 Wattmeter method, Power Factor measurements and some practical applications. We will cover the use of a Precision Power Analyzer and the Do’s and Don’ts of using a Digital Oscilloscope for making these measurements.

Bill Gatheridge, Power Meters Product Manager, Yokogawa


Bill is responsible for the Power Analyzer product line as well as other measuring instruments. He has over 20 years experience with Yokogawa in the area of precision electrical power measurements. Bill has been running both live and On-Line seminars on various power measurement topics and applications for over 10 years. He is a member and Vice Chairman of the ASME PTC19.6 committee on Electrical Power Measurements for Utility Power Plant Performance Testing. He is also a member of the RTCA/DO-160 committee for Aircraft Power Testing, and has worked with an ASHRAE committee on variable speed drive testing. Bill has a degree in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University.

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Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Time: 11am ET /8am PT

Duration: 60 minutes

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