Solid-State Circuit Breakers
Thursday, September 19
Check in 11:30, Presentation noon - 1:00 PM
Smart Buildings Center
Pacific Tower, 1200 12th Ave. S., Suite 110, Seattle, WA 98144 · 206-538-0832
Register by Tuesday, September 17
A solid-state circuit breaker opens or breaks a circuit on a solid-state level and is therefore faster (and safer) than what's available today. In addition, because it already has the solid-state platform - a solid-state circuit breaker is smart, meaning it senses, learns, and can be programmed to control power like never before, and without additional equipment. This, in turn, lowers equipment costs, installation, and carbon footprint.
Speaker, Douglas Ehlers, PE
Atom Power was founded in 2014 in Charlotte, NC with a mission to save lives, facilities, and simplify with innovations in solid-state power distribution. Atom Power built the world’s first and only commercially ready solid-state circuit breaker. Using semiconductors to control the current digitally, their breakthrough in circuit protection and power distribution unlocks a future where power is smartly controlled and exponentially safer. Atom Power’s key investors include Next 47, ABB Technology Ventures, and Eaton Corporation.
Check-in and a lunch buffet begin at 11:30 AM. The presentation will run from noon - 1:00 PM.
Advance registration and payment is required, and is being accepted now. Please assist our planning by registering early. League Members: $40; Non-League Members: $50. A late fee applies for registrations received after Tuesday, September 17. Register below or call 425-498-8098.
Access to the parking garage is just west of the Pacific Tower.