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Lunch & Learn – Understanding Power Quality Issues in the Cayman Islands


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Informative Session by CIFMA with Eaton & Corporate Electric

Understanding the power quality issues in the Cayman Islands,

The Cayman Islands Facilities Management Association (CIFMA), a widely-recognized association for facility management professionals, recently organized an exclusive and informative ‘Lunch and Learn’ session which was conducted by the team of representatives from Eaton. Eaton is a multinational power management company known globally for its high-octane products. The distributor of Eaton products in the Cayman Islands, Corporate Electric actively participated in organizing the event with CIFMA.

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This enriching ‘Lunch and Learn’ session focused on imparting a wealth of knowledge to the audience that mainly comprised of facility managers, IT providers and managers, and electric contractors. It began with a discussion on 9 basic power quality issues faced in the Cayman Islands which include power failure, power sag, power surge, under and over voltage, line noise, frequency variation, switching transient, and harmonic distortion, gradually moving towards delivering the effective solutions to these power quality needs through cutting-edge products of Eaton.

Eaton team, apart from providing solutions, also offered in-depth training and hands-on demonstration of their products to the attendees and explained the intricacies and benefits of how they help to overcome the current power problems. These robust products include

● Series 3 UPS – Stand-by which offers protection from 3 of the most basic power problems
● Series 5 UPS – Line Interactive which offers protection from 5 of the most basic power problems
● Series 9 UPS – On-Line which offers protection from all the 9 common power problems.

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We, at Corporate Electric, bring these efficient products of Eaton to our clients and help them eliminate the basic power complications and work without any power intervention in the Cayman Islands.

Did you attend this session? Let us know how you feel about it.