At Power Systems & Controls there is little confusion as to the type of Electrical Engineers we have designing our power quality systems. Power Engineers with extensive experience in power quality problems and solutions, which can only be fine tuned through experience. There is no formal training for power problems experienced in the present electrical grids, as they are in a constant state of change and implementation. Our Engineers will also travel to our customer’s locations, armed with the more than DVM’s or DSM’s, we bring whatever tool is needed to collect the data for the right solution. However, capturing the electrical data is only half the task, as it takes a true power Engineer to understand this data and formulate a report with specific actions. With our power experience, we also have a team of Engineers, who are deovted to advanced digital controls working in an always developing industry. These controls are in every aspect of our daily lives and PS&C’s Engineers are not only “world class” but they also really care about making a difference.

Electrical Engineering:

  • Evaluate electrical systems, products, components, and applications
  • Design & conduct research programs for applying knowledge of electricity and materials
  • Confirm system & component capabilities through testing
  • Study & evaluate the customer’s requirements and application
  • Assure product quality through electrical testing methods
  • Collect, analyze, and summarize any significant trends
  • Keep equipment operational and properly maintained
  • Provide Engineering support by answering questions & requests
  • Maintain product/company reputation by complying with Federal & State regulations
  • Maintain product database through computer programs and data entry
  • Training and guiding service technicians
  • Maintain professional and technical knowledge
  • Attend educational workshops & professional societies
  • Review and participate in professional publications