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Improved Fault Detection Sensitivity
In addition to the challenges of coordinating multiple protection curves with conventional reclosing technology, intermittent and recurring fault events can go undetected until it’s too late. Without heightened sensing capabilities, these events can lead to stress and damage to your system and interfere with fault-mitigation schemes.

Join us as experts from Sawnee EMC and S&C Electric Company discuss how high-accuracy sensing and low-energy fault testing overcome these issues and help to prevent reliability misoperations, equipment damage, and conductor melting.

Nov 9, 2021 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Kleber Facchini
Senior Manager, Product Management‒Feeder Automation @S&C Electric Company
Kleber Facchini is Senior Manager, Product Management‒Feeder Automation, at S&C Electric Company. Facchini has more than 15 years of experience in the Power Electronics and Power Engineering industries. He has led several applications in the Renewable Energy and Power industries and has managed the commercial release of successful products in these markets. At S&C, Facchini presently oversees overhead- feeder automation product-management activities. He holds a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Wisconsin‒Madison.
Mike Meisinger
Production System Architecture Director @S&C Electric Company
Mike Meisinger is Production System Architecture Director at S&C Electric Company. Mike joined S&C Electric Co. in 1996 after 23-year career with Florida Power & Light Co., Gilbert Commonwealth Associates, ASEA, GEC Measurements, and his own company Associated Relay Technologies Inc. After spending 5½ years abroad supporting S&C’s businesses in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, he returned in 2015 as System Protection Architecture Director for the Strategic Solutions unit. His 48 years of experience have primarily focused on protective relaying application, design, and testing, spanning protection requirements for nuclear power plants to distribution substations and feeders. Mike received his Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering (summa cum laude) from Florida International University in 1976.
Chet Blackstock
Vice President of Operations @Sawnee EMC
Chet Blackstock is the Vice President of Operations at Sawnee EMC, a distribution electric cooperative serving more than 190,000 meters in the northern area of greater Atlanta. With nearly 25 years of utility experience, he oversees and directs a wide range of utility operations, including system design and protection, metering, distribution automation, safety, fleet maintenance, and right-of-way management. He has served Sawnee EMC’s member-owners in his present position for 15 years. Chet is a graduate of Georgia Tech, earning his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, and he holds a master’s degree in business administration from Georgia State University.