Thursday, April 11, 2013
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New features of NFPA 72-2013
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NFPA has released updates to NFPA 72: National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code. This codes and standards article identifies some of the significant changes in NFPA 72-2013 that you will want to be aware of.Read More

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How to specify an arc flash relay
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Engineers must consider arc flash prevention in the electrical systems that supply power for HVAC, elevators, plant machinery, and other high-power equipment. Read More

Educational experience: Designing K-12 schools
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Engineering work on K-12 schools is complex—and not just because of dwindling school budgets. The facilities must meet a broad range of exacting standards coming from officials and state regulatory... Read More

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Preserving your firm’s tribal knowledge
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Succession planning is key to ensuring your firm’s future success.Read More

FMI releases Q1-2013 Construction Outlook
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Nonresidental construction has picked up considerably for lodging, office, and commercial construction, but the industry as a whole remains in a wait-and-see pattern due to the shaky U.S. economy.Read More

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Identifying NEC Requirements For Selective Coordination And Its Effects From Energy-Based Circuit Breaker Tripping
A properly engineered system delivers high levels of selective coordination to allow localization of a fault at the branch level, leaving the remainder of the system undisturbed and preserving continuity of service. Optimizing trip functions can affect these critical systems.

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Specialty faucets for health care applications
Specialty faucets for health care applications

The M•Dura faucet series have added faucets that are specifically designed for health care... Read More

Meter reporting software
Meter reporting software

SEL-5630 meter reporting software vsualizes site-wide historical data to monitor energy efficiency... Read More

LED adjustable wall packs and bullet flood lights
LED adjustable wall packs and bullet flood lights

The DesignLights Consortium-qualified LED Small and Large Adjustable Wall Packs offer energy... Read More

Outdoor UPS system
Outdoor UPS system

Controlled Power Company's model LTN-3R UPS system is a outdoor-rated UPS that provides output line... Read More

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