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About This Webinar

A week after explaining “How it Works” – this Hands-on Live Session will take you step by step through two great OCS applications for CANopen – controlling a Variable Frequency Drive and interfacing with Absolute Rotary Encoders.

When: Tuesday, May 18, 2021 · 02:00:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English
Who can attend? Everyone
Dial-in available? (listen only): No
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Marci Tyree
Marketing Communications Specialist
Marci has been with Horner for just less than a year, starting mid-pandemic. She has been doing marketing for over 25 years and has witnessed the huge differences in tools, trends and media. She is helping to bring Horner Automation into the spotlight with LIVE events and social media.
Marci has 2 daughters (1 in college, 1 just out) and a 12 year old son who keeps her busy with multiple sports. In her spare time, Marci loves to paint, golf and watch sports with her husband and son.
Webinar hosting presenter Chuck Ridgeway
Automation Technology Manager
Chuck has served a variety of roles in his 30+ years at Horner - but has always been an Applications Engineer at heart. Chuck graduated (a looooong time ago!) from what is now Kettering University in Flint, MI with a degree in Electrical Engineering. Prior to joining Horner, Chuck worked in the Automotive industry as a Field Applications Engineer for several years in his home state of Michigan.

Chuck is married with two recent college graduate daughters (woohoo! they're done!) and lives in the Indianapolis, IN area.
Webinar hosting presenter Casey Gardner
Application & Sales Engineer
Casey has spent the last 6 years in the industrial automation industry gaining experience with various types of controls, manufacturers and applications of all shapes and sizes. He graduated from Purdue with a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering Technology in 2015, and since then has enjoyed the exciting variety and challenge of working in the automation industry ever since.

Happily married since 2017, Casey and his wife are expecting a newborn son in April 2021. He couldn't be more thrilled to become a father and welcome the next chapter of his life.
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