Didier Fulchiron

Didier Fulchiron

Didier Fulchiron started his career as test engineer in the high power laboratory of Merlin-Gerin. Afterwards, he went through several positions in the design teams for MV switchgear, and also spent some years as product manager for utilities protection relays and RTUs. These positions brought him many opportunities to discuss with users, and to write technical communications. He became involved in standardisation late in the 90's, and this part of the job took more and more importance along the years.

Want a safe, reliable electrical distribution system? Start early.

This is the second in a 2-part blog series discussing the safety and reliability of medium voltage (MV) and low voltage (LV) electrical distribution systems. In my first post, I… Read more »

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Electrical Distribution Safety and Reliability: Get it Right from the Start

Electrical distribution systems are found supplying power in all sorts of factories, data centers, hospitals, and large commercial complexes. The reliability of these systems is critical to keeping businesses and… Read more »

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Play it Safe with Medium Voltage Equipment Installations

Safe medium voltage equipment installations are more than just a goal—they’re a necessity. Both employees’ safety and the reliable performance of Medium Voltage equipment depend on safety-related issues being addressed… Read more »

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“Arc Flash” vs. “Internal Arc Resistance” – A tale of two terms

I work for an electrical equipment manufacturer. So, when customers ask for the arc flash characteristics of our medium-voltage switchgear, I scratch my head. Because it doesn’t have any. Similarly,… Read more »

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