Littelfuse to Host Electrical Safety Webcast on May 31

Free webcast will cover why GFCIs are the future of electrical safety

Littelfuse, Inc., (NASDAQ: LFUS), a diversified, industrial technology manufacturing company empowering a sustainable, connected, and safer world, invites plant engineers, facility managers, restaurant designers, inspectors, and maintenance and safety professionals to join its electrical safety webcast on Wednesday, May 31, 2023 at 11:00 a.m. Central Time.

New technology blends a ground-fault circuit interrupter’s (GFCI’s) fast reaction time with proactive ground monitoring technology, which ensures a safe and reliable ground-fault path. This new pre-emptive approach originated from the special-purpose GFCI (SPGFCI) standard, but it is time to apply it to Class-A GFCIs.

Adding a proactive ground monitoring feature to GFCIs is the next step in advancing electrical safety.

Webinar attendees will learn:

  • The differences in protection between GFCIs and SPGFCIs and the significance of the equipment ground conductor
  • When each type of protection must be applied according to the latest 2023 National Electrical Code
  • The importance of choosing the right protection for your specific application

The webcast is free, and attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions in a live Q&A session after the presentation. In addition, this webcast is eligible for one Professional Development Hour (PDH) credit. To sign up, visit the Littelfuse webcast registration page. The webcast will be available on-demand via the same link.

About the Presenters

Mark Pollock is a Littelfuse Global Product Manager, responsible for product line strategy for the full industrial relay product portfolio. He is a member of the Standards Council of Canada on TC18 and TC121/SC121A mirror committees and a JWG28 subject matter expert for IEC/IEEE since 2011. Over the last 16 years, Mark has been an active member of the IEEE serving on various standards, conference and local section executive committees. Mark holds BSc degrees in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of Saskatchewan and is a registered Professional Engineer in the Province of Saskatchewan, Canada.

Tim Piemonte is a Vertical Market Manager for electrical safety at Littelfuse. He serves as a subject matter expert for personnel and equipment protection for shock and arc-flash hazards. Tim has over 12 years of experience in the electrical industry, including six years of field service and power system analysis at General Electric focused on commercial and industrial power distribution. Tim is a member of IEEE, IAEI, NFPA and received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2010.

Additional information regarding Littelfuse industrial safety products is available at www.Littelfuse.com/IndustrialSafety

About Littelfuse

Littelfuse (NASDAQ: LFUS) is a diversified, industrial technology manufacturing company empowering a sustainable, connected and safer world. Across more than 20 countries, and with approximately 18,000 global associates, we partner with customers to design and deliver innovative, reliable solutions. Serving over 100,000 end customers, our products are found in a variety of industrial, transportation and electronics end markets — everywhere, every day. Learn more at Littelfuse.com.

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