Free Webinar: Advancements in Load Center Technologies and GFCI Circuit Breakers

Published In
July 2018

Residential load centers and circuit breakers haven’t changed much over the years, and the UL standard for GFCI circuit breakers has been updated to improve safety.

On Aug. 1, join Leviton and Electrical Contractor magazine for a free one-hour webinar that will look at advances made in load centers including addressing GFCI failure, simplifying installation, improving diagnostic capabilities, and even updating aesthetics.

Register now to ensure you receive event updates and other materials. Check back for more info on this event as the date draws nearer.

Justing BerfhoffPresenter: As Director of Business Development and Product Management at Leviton, Justin Berghoff is responsible for providing vision, direction, and customer focus in developing new business and market development opportunities for the Residential Business Unit. General responsibilities include continuously evaluating the competitive landscape, identifying product and market needs, developing new business models, and establishing strategic business alliances.

Justin joined Leviton in 2014 from Innovolt, an electronics technology startup in Atlanta, where he built out the team responsible for developing and executing the technology roadmap from the ground up. Prior to that, he spent over 12 years with Siemens in the U.S. and Germany in R&D, project management and product management capacities focused on electrical power distribution products. Justin has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Ohio University and an M.B.A. from Georgia State University.

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Questions? Contact the host, Timothy Johnson, ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR's digital editor, at timothy.johnson@necanet.org.

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Timothy Johnson

Editor—Digital
Timothy Johnson is editor—digital for ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR magazine. Reach him at timothy.johnson@necanet.org

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