Several members from the Professional Electrical Apparatus Recyclers League (PEARL) will sit on a circuit breaker panel discussion hosted by the International Electrical Testing Association (NETA) during its PowerTest 2010 annual conference to be held Feb. 15-18, 2010, in Long Beach, Calif.
Stuart Jackson, PEARL board member, past-president of the International Electrical Testing Association (NETA) and president of Instel Power Products (Simpsonville, S.C.), will facilitate the panel discussion. Mr. Jackson will be joined by fellow PEARL board member and president of ROMAC (Commerce, Calif.), David Rosenfield and Finley Ledbetter, principle of GROUP CBS Inc. (Gainesville, Texas).
NETA’s PowerTest conference is held every year for NETA members, electrical power equipment users, test equipment vendors and all interested parties. Panel discussions consist of three panels. Each panel is repeated during back–to-back two-hour slots, allowing attendees to participate in any two panels.
Mr. Jackson has moderated this panel several times and looks forward to a lively debate. His panel plans to shake up the discussion with questions about the current direction of breaker design, problematic designs and specific manufactures.