This month we’ll be talking with Matt Kinsel of ASCO Power Technologies, who will be accompanied by Larry Blaine and Newman Telischak.
- Types of Automatic Transfer Switches and when to specify
- Closed Transition and monthly testing requirement
- Bypass-Isolation feature and when it is appropriate
- Withstand Current Rating
- Relationship between UL 2200 (Generators) and UL 1008
- NFPA 110 and NEC requirements
- Breaker vs. Contactor ATS
- 3 pole and 4 pole applications
Sales Engineer, ASCO Power Technologies. Matt serves as the technical Sales Engineer for ASCO in Washington and Alaska. He joined Larry in 2016 to start the new ASCO Sales Office in the Pacific Northwest. His areas of experience include schools, pumps stations, refineries, and data centers. Matt regularly travels around the Pacific Northwest to assist Engineers with their ATS applications and give presentations.
District Manager, ASCO Power Technologies. Larry has over 30 years of experience in the area of standby power switching and generator paralleling. He has assisted consulting engineers in designing standby power systems for health care, water and wastewater, data centers, manufacturing facilities, and other industries. Larry has spent most of his career as the Sr. Applications Engineer at S.F. Griggs and Associates, the manufacturer’s representative for ASCO.
Sales Engineer, ASCO Power Technologies. Newman is a Field Sales Trainee for ASCO Power Technologies, and he joined the ASCO team in 2016. He works with consultants and electrical distributors in the states of Oregon, Washington, and Alaska. Newman’s focus is assisting consulting engineers design standby power systems in the healthcare, data center, and manufacturing industry.
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