Easy, Easier, Easiest: Video User Manual Just Published


Dear Colleague,

How easy can PowerCalc make electrical engineering? Today is another step towards easiest.

The text version of PowerCalc's User Manual has been "translated" into video step-by-step directions in 7 short takes:

01. Introduction

02. Set Up Your Account

03. Set Up a New Project

04. Start Your Design

05. Input the Branch Circuit Values

06. Set Up the Remaining Panels

07. One Line Diagram Demonstration

Pick the video you need to watch or check them all out.  You're immediately an expert PowerCalc user.

As Ken Everett of Seattle says:

"I started using PowerCalc not long ago and I'm not very computer savvy. It is really amazing how simple PowerCalc  is to use and how user friendly. I just got my first set of drawings back from the Seattle Building Department with zero corrections / comments...it was great. I would recommend PowerCalc to anyone." 

We'll be reviewing these videos with you over the next few newsletters and welcome your thoughts/comments.

Webinars continue:

Last Thursday (3/8/2018) was our Deep Dive on Voltage DropSee video.

And coming up:

3/15/2018:  Deep Dive on Fault Current Calculation

3/22/2018:  Deep Dive on AIC Ratings

3/29/2018:  Roundup: PowerCalc, 1 Line, Voltage Drop, Fault Current and AIC

Register for webinars and join on one Thursday, several Thursdays or every Thursday. And you can always sign up for a Free 30 Day Trial that includes the 1 Line Diagram.

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PowerCalc is patented software that calculates all the values for the 1 Line Diagram with 7+ million equations. Your power distribution design is fully integrated and now visual with software that saves you time and moneyPowerCalc will change the way you do electrical engineering, it is  an incredibly powerful tool that's unexpectedly easy to use.
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About The Author

James Khalil, P.E. is President, Co-founder and Inventor of PowerCalc. He has 30+ years of experience at his MEP firm in Delray Beach, FL and with Carter Burgess (now Jacobs) in Fort Worth, TX; Mason & Hanger (now Zimmerman) in Lexington, KY; and Gee & Jenson (now CH2M) in West Palm Beach, FL. He received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas. His experience includes projects for Saudi Arabia and Qatar; the US Departments of Energy, State, and Defense; and universities, schools, health facilities, and arts centers.