Join us: October 18th, 9 Am EST

Are you ready to revolutionize the way you detect and locate faults in your power grid? Look no further than Qualitrol's upcoming webinar showcasing their cutting-edge FL8 unit for traveling wave fault location. In today's rapidly evolving energy landscape, grid reliability is paramount, and the FL8 unit promises to be a game-changer. Join us for an insightful webinar where we will dive deep into the capabilities of this innovative technology.

Unravel the Power of Traveling Wave Fault Location:

Qualitrol's FL8 unit harnesses the power of traveling wave fault location technology to identify and locate faults in real-time. This state-of-the-art device is designed to ensure minimal downtime and swift response to grid disturbances. During the webinar, you'll gain an in-depth understanding of how the FL8 unit can significantly reduce outage durations and maintenance costs, ultimately enhancing the reliability of your power grid.

Expert Insights and Case Studies:

Our webinar will feature expert speakers and real-world case studies, giving you valuable insights into how the FL8 unit has been successfully implemented in diverse grid environments. Learn from industry leaders who have harnessed the power of traveling wave fault location to transform their grid operations. You'll walk away with actionable knowledge and a clear understanding of the benefits this technology can bring to your organization.

Interactive Q&A Session:

We understand that you may have specific questions about how the FL8 unit can address your unique grid challenges. That's why we're hosting an interactive Q&A session during the webinar, allowing you to engage directly with our experts. Get answers to your most pressing inquiries and gain confidence in the potential of this groundbreaking technology.

Stay Ahead of the Curve:

In a world where grid reliability is non-negotiable, Qualitrol's FL8 unit sets the standard for fault location precision and efficiency. Don't miss this opportunity to stay ahead of the curve and position your organization for success. Join us for our upcoming webinar and embark on a journey towards a more reliable, efficient, and sustainable power grid. Reserve your spot today, and let's shape the future of power together!


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Mark Diamond

Mark Diamond, is an alumnus of Queens University Belfast graduating in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and has over two decades of experience in the power industry. His career has been centred around monitoring of the power grid. He spent 10 years as an application engineer travelling the world engaging with utilities and gathering feedback on post disturbance analysis. Currently serving as a Product Manager at Qualitrol and putting this information to use, he focuses on supporting Grid Monitoring products such as fault recorders, fault locators, phasor measurement units, and power quality devices. He has coproduced several white papers on traveling wave fault location and has recently patented a pattern matching technique used to speed up the analysis process of digital fault records.

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Eric Negro is an application engineer at Qualitrol in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He researches and determines product solutions to meet agreed monitoring systems upon customer needs for the last 11 years. He is also responsible to train customers and to provide customer technical assistance for Qualitrol’s products questions and problems. Prior to coming to Qualitrol, Eric spent 8 years with Siemens Healthineers as a Customer Service Engineer for diagnostic imaging systems based in the South of France. He graduated in 2004 from Polytech Marseille with a Diplôme d’Ingénieur (equivalent to a Master in engineering) in Biomedical Engineering.

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After graduating with an honours degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering David worked with a UK Distribution Company, researched techniques for locating partial discharge sites in cables and worked as an application engineer on underground cable fault location. He has been with Qualitrol for thirty years in technical and commercial roles in sales, technical support and product management working with fault recorders, sequence of events recorders, circuit breaker test sets and travelling wave fault locators. He is currently a Senior Technical Applications Specialist for Qualitrol’s IP range of products. David is a member of the IET, has authored several papers and is a member of CIGRE B5.52 working group on fault location.