Product Announcement from Littelfuse, Inc.
Anywhere that electricity and people meet, there is a danger of electric shock, especially if water is present. GFCIs are not new, but only in the past year have GFCIs capable of meeting the new UL943C standard have become available. In this webcast you will learn what you need to know about the new UL934C Standard, Industrial GFCI classifications and how and where to apply these devices to protect against the leading cause of electrical injuries - electrocution.
Join Tony Locker, Littelfuse, Product Management for the protective relay products line for Littelfuse for this informative on demand presentation.
Tony received his BSEE from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in 1995 and his MSEE from Georgia Institute of Technology in 2005. Prior to joining Littelfuse, he held various technical and management positions with several resistor companies, specializing in the coordination and protection of power systems. Locker is active in the IAS and PES of IEEE, where he serves on several subcommittees and working groups. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Ohio and has two patents.