Thursday, September 26, 2013
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Incorporate lighting controls with BAS to save energy
Incorporate lighting controls with BAS to save energy

Incorporating daylighting and lighting controls with a building automation system can result in energy savings.Read More

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Selective coordination studies for mission critical environments
Selective coordination studies for mission critical environments

Isolating an electrical fault condition to the smallest area possible is essential in providing the most reliable electrical distribution system with maximum uptime for your facility.Read More

How LEDs affect energy codes
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Lighting codes and standards are being impacted by the changes and upgrades to LEDs.Read More

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NEC Chapter 2: Wiring and protection
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NFPA 70: National Electrical Code Chapter 2 (Article 200) covers the use and identification of grounded conductors, providing requirements for identification of terminals, wiring systems, and... Read More

The art and science of mixed-use buildings
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Engineering mixed-use buildings is a fine art—specifiers must combine multiple engineered systems for several business and residence types into one structure. This overview offers a look at the... Read More

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Modular data center design

The data center market has expanded dramatically in the past few years, and it doesn’t show signs of slowing down. Modular data centers can help cash-strapped building owners add a new data center (or more capacity) to their site, and can assist facilities with unplanned outages, such as disruptions due to storms. Modular data centers are not for everyone, however—this webcast will explore whether it’s appropriate for your next project.

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Utility set fan series
Utility set fan series

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LED area and site luminaire
LED area and site luminaire

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