IEEE IAS Atlanta - Why use High Resistance Grounding vs. Low Resistance or Solidly Grounded Systems

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Why use High Resistance Grounding vs. Low Resistance or Solidly Grounded Systems

Guest Speaker - John Levine, P.E. - President of Levine Lectronics, LLC.


You are invited to join us for lunch and learning at a meeting of the ATLANTA CHAPTER – IEEE INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS SOCIETY. COST: IEEE Member: $23.00 for Lunch (must register on line by previous Thursday) Non-Member: $28.00 for Lunch (must register on line by previous Thursday) Student: $00.00 for Lunch (must register on line by previous Thursday) After previous Thursday or at Door: $35.00 for Lunch Please note that parking is free



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  • 4400 Ashford Dunwoody Rd.
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • United States 30346-1513
  • Building: Maggiano's at Perimeter Mall
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John Levine

John Levine of Levine Lectronics and Lectric, Inc

Topic:

Why Use High Resistance Grounding vs. Low Resistance or Solidly Grounded Systems

Biography:

John Levine P.E. a native of Birmingham, Alabama received his Electrical Engineering degree from Georgia Tech in 1976. 

His career started with Square D Company as a Field Engineer.  In 1981, he accepted a position as Product Manager for GTE Sylvania at the Clark Control division in Lancaster, SC.  After several promotions and a corporate buy out, he was promoted to National Sales Manager of Joslyn Clark Controls at the age of 29.

In 1984, Mr. Levine started Levine Lectronics and Lectric, Inc. an electrical manufacturer’s representative company. L3 has offices in Florida, Georgia, and Alabama.

He is a senior member of IEEE and is active in IEEE IAS, PES, and is a member of the IEEE-IAS Pulp and Paper committee. Mr. Levine is a past chair of the IEEE IAS Atlanta Chapter.

Email:

Address:200 Powers Ferry Road, , Marietta, Georgia, United States, 30067





Agenda

REGISTRATION: 11:45 AM LUNCH: 12:00 Noon



COST - IEEE Member: $23.00 for lunch, gratuity, and meeting room, Non-Member: $28.00 for lunch, gratuity, and meeting room, Student: None, After previous Thursday or at Door: $35.00 for lunch, gratuity, and meeting room Please note that parking is free.

If you are unable to honor your reservation, please contact Ken Box prior to the meeting at Ken.Box@Schneider-Electric.com or call 770.792.4839.