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Sensor competency center (SCC) serves as a single, integrated resource in the United States for technical and application support for the sensor industry. With a staff of more than 60 experienced team members, SCC provides a central resource for all types and models of Hyde Park and Telemecanique sensors, including inductive, capacitive, photoelectric and ultrasonic. For more information about Schneider Electric’s SCC, click here .

Wire device website has been updated with additional product information and new dynamic search capabilities. Employing a more intuitive and cleaner interface, the enhanced site has been reorganized for ease of navigation including specialized product pages with links to online catalog sections. New product data, such as specification and sales information, are prominently positioned for optimum visibility. To visit the Hubbell Wiring Device site, click here .

Lighting technology seminars are conducted at a full-scale demonstration centers by a staff of lighting experts. GE’s Lighting Institute has served the industry for more than 70 years from the company’s campus in Cleveland. For more about lighting seminars in 2006 by GE consumer and industrial lighting, click here . Understanding NEC will be offered from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Jan. 24, 2006, at the Building & Fire Code Academy in Hoffman Estates, Ill.The class provides a practical explanation of basic electrical theory used by instructors daily. For more information, click here .

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