Power Rack Distribution in a Connected World
As technology changes so do the trends in the industry. Power rack distribution has changed, and this presentation provides an accurate roadmap to the trends and best practices related to power rack distribution. In this presentation, Joe Skorjanec will explore the trends and the standards in equipment, power, wiring, etc., as people reintegrate into the workspace.
This presentation was originally delivered as part of the December 2021 BICSI vICT Forum.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Joe Skorjanec, Eaton
Joe Skorjanec is currently Business Development Manager with Eaton. He has over 20 years of experience in applications engineering and product development in the power distribution and data center markets. He holds a degree in Electronic Technology from St. Paul College and a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from Dakota State University. Joe is named on several patents.
Why you should attend?
Learn what power equipment changes are needed to enhance connectivity as workers return to commercial office spaces.
What to expect?
All BICSI CONNECT courses require an Internet-capable device and Internet connection.
Java software; Windows 7 or 8; Mac OSx10.6+; Android 4.1 or later; Apple 10S 6.x, 7.x; IE 10 or later; Firefox 21 or later; Chrome 29 or later; Safari 5.1.8 or later; sound card with speakers/headphones for audio (audio not available for all courses); pop-up blockers disabled.
Who should attend?
This course is intended for all ICT professionals, project managers, and commercial premises owners.
What will I learn?
After this course, you should be able to:
- Identify the trends in power distribution
- List the components of the standards-driven approach
- Identify power cabling improvements within the industry
How long is this course?
One-hour self-paced course with 90 days from the date of purchase to complete.
Can I earn credit?
Earn 1 Continuing Education Credit (CEC) upon successfully completing this program.
What is the cancellation policy?
All BICSI CONNECT courses are nonrefundable and nontransferable.