Thursday, January 08, 2015
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Designing higher education facilities
Designing higher education facilities

The world is getting more high-tech, and the colleges and universities preparing students to work in an increasingly advanced environment must keep pace. Engineers with expertise on college and university buildings share advice on how to complete such complex projects, with honors.Read More

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Economics of energy-efficient electrical systems
Economics of energy-efficient electrical systems

Energy efficiency is achievable in all building types, including mission critical environments.Read More

Commissioning lighting systems
Commissioning lighting systems

The complexity of lighting design has made commissioning of lighting controls an essential part of projects. Commissioning for the most part is voluntary; however, if an owner is contemplating U.S.... Read More

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Reviewing the 2014 NEC
Reviewing the 2014 NEC

It’s time for electrical and power engineers to start reviewing the 2014 edition of the NEC to be prepared for when jurisdictions adopt it as local code.Read More

Top 10 business trends to watch in 2015
Top 10 business trends to watch in 2015

Engineering firms should watch these business and technology trends as we move into 2015.Read More

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WEBCAST: Distributive Pumping: Design Advantages and Lower Energy Consumption
Applying ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2010 to our design process distributive pumping can offer designers several advantages over traditional Primary-Secondary systems by allowing the application of smaller pumps and horsepower’s, resulting in a lower capital investment and energy consumption.

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Analog sensor control box with built-in data logging
Analog sensor control box with built-in data logging

SmartBOX1 is a general purpose, PLC-based, dual analog input sensor instrumentation control box... Read More

High-frequency modular battery chargers
High-frequency modular battery chargers

NexSys+ high-frequency modular battery chargers are suited for automated guided vehicle... Read More

Anti-bacterial line of plugs and connectors
Anti-bacterial line of plugs and connectors

SteriGuard plugs and connectors feature anti-bacterial line of plugs, connectors, and cord sets. Read More

Radar demonstration kits
Radar demonstration kits

PEM11000-KIT and PEM11002-KIT are demonstration kits can be used to study and learn about the... Read More

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