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Increasing transformer efficiency
Increasing transformer efficiency

Transformers are fundamental components in electrical distribution systems for commercial buildings.Read More

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Preventing wet stacking
Preventing wet stacking

Prevention of wet stacking drives many of the details of generator testing requirements.Read More

Integration: BIM design
Integration: BIM design

Building information modeling (BIM) is used frequently when working across multiple disciplines, including mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering, and also with other... Read More

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Integrated Power Control Systems
Russelectric custom designs and builds fully-integrated power control systems to specific customer needs. Systems are designed to be intuitive, providing operating, monitoring, and reporting capabilities tailored to individual customer practices and preferences.
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Using IPD and Lean in building design
Using IPD and Lean in building design

Consider integrated project delivery (IPD) and Lean design to provide a more streamlined engineering process and less waste.Read More

LCCA for HVAC systems
LCCA for HVAC systems

Lifecycle cost analysis (LCCA) is a tool used to determine the most cost-effective option among HVAC system alternatives.Read More

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Electrical Systems: Arc Flash Reduction and NEC 240.87 Requirements
Arc flash hazards is a dangerous condition associated with the possible release of energy caused by an electric arc. These incidents can cause severe injury including burns, and each year impact the lives and safety of thousands of people. As awareness of arc flash hazards grows, electrical industry standards and regulations continue to evolve.

Now that the 2014 edition of NFPA 70: National Electrical Code (NEC) has been published, this will take a look at what’s new in the requirement in Section 240.87: Arc Energy Reduction. This session will focus on the requirements and intent of the code change to ensure arc flash safety in the electrical industry.

Electrical engineers are required to design systems to meet NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, and arc flash mitigation is frequently top-of-mind.

Wednesday, May 6, 2015
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Single-axis ac drive
Single-axis ac drive

Sinamics V20 drives are available in five frame sizes and are ideal for material handling,... Read More

Compact solid-state relay
Compact solid-state relay

RF1 Series Compact Solid State Relay provides compact solid-state switching.Read More

Air-cooled chillers
Air-cooled chillers

Quantech Air-Cooled Chillers are fast, dependable, and energy-efficient.Read More

Automatic variable-air-volume dampers
Automatic variable-air-volume dampers

The SmartAire MZ offers four independent control zones, a simplified user interface on the unit and... Read More

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2015 Product of the Year Finalists
Another year of innovation and technological advancement has led up to the 11th annual Product of the Year awards. In 2015, companies submitted their new and improved products to be judged for this distinguished honor. Here, we have listed the 96 finalists in each of the 13 categories. Click here to cast your vote.