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Saturday, December 2 • 9:00am - 4:00pm
Setting Up and Monitoring Portable Power Distribution Systems LIMITED

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It’s easy enough to run stinger cables (a.k.a. a single or an extension cord) to power an audio console, video projector, lighting instruments, or an entire stage, but is it safe? Is it reliable? The safety and reliability of a portable power distribution system depends on every link in the chain. Given the way we toss around our equipment, the way to throw it in a road case, run it along the ground and step on it, run over it with forklifts and golf carts, leave it outside all day long to bake in the sun, day in and day out, there are usually hidden weak links that could devolve into major problems. But we can get ahead of potential problems by learning to spot those weaknesses using the right tools for the job, and by monitoring the system during operation. This one-day class is designed to walk through best practices for setting up and monitoring portable power distribution systems so that they are safer and more reliable.

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Richard Cadena

Trainer / Certified Entertainment Electrician, Academy of Production Technology
Richard Cadena is an ETCP Recognized Trainer and ETCP Certified Entertainment Electrician with 35 years of experience in live event production. He is the author of Electricity for Entertainment Electricians & Technicians (3rd Edition), Automated Lighting: The Art and Science of Moving... Read More →

Saturday December 2, 2023 9:00am - 4:00pm PST
  • Course Level Intermediate-Advanced
  • Subject 6
  • Item Code L54
  • Early bird price 475
  • Price after 10/14 575
  • Lunch Included Y/N Included
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