Product Showcase | October

10/26/2006




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October 2006

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Featured Products



COMPLETE YOUR SECURITY/ACCESS CONTROL INSTALLATION WITH BELDEN BANANA PEEL
Composite constructions decrease labor costs, but these Banana Peel composites go a step further since the cable’s overall jacket has been eliminated. This makes them especially easy-to-pull and easy-to-terminate. For free New Product Bulletin #221, call 1.800.BELDEN.1 or Click here.

 

 

 



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FirstLine
Available in 10, 15, and 20 kVA sizes.
The FirstLine UPS offers these advantages:
•Lower cost than competitive models (20-30% savings!)
•Smaller footprint
•Lighter weight
•Internal battery run time of over 7 minutes
•External "sidecar" battery packs
•Remote monitoring and communications
Visit www.Staco-FirstLine.com or call the factory at 866-261-1191 (U.S. toll free) or 937-253-1191 (international).



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Upgraded Controller from Kohler
Kohler introduces an upgraded controller that packs flexibility, convenience and several industry firsts with its new KOHLER MPAC 1500 controller, which features an incredibly flexible design to provide the customer a platform to accommodate future power system adaptations. Communication to critical power systems provides essential monitoring through Ethernet or RS-485 LAN line. www.kohlerpowersystems.com

 

 



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TRUE DUAL 2-Stage Heaters
Solaronics' energy efficient
TRUE DUAL 2-Stage heaters
bringunprecedented fuel cost savings of up to 75% for commercial,industrial and institutional buildings. Both air and gas flows of thepatented Solaronics system provide for precise air-to-gas- ratios at both the high- and low-heat stages for optimum efficiency.Applications include: manufacturing plants, warehouses, aircrafthangars, loading docks, auto dealerships, body shops, ice/roller rinks.
Solaronics, Inc. 800-223-5335 Click here.



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Controlled Power Emergency Lighting Inverter
Meeting the NFPA 101 and NFPA 111 standards, Controlled Power Company's UltraLITE "Model ELU" emergency lighting inverter is considered "Life Safety Equipment". This UL 924 listed inverter provides uninterrupted,regulated, continuous sinewave output for use with "normally on" lightingfixtures and exit lamps, as well as standby output for use with "normally off" emergency lighting fixtures.



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Controlled Power

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P&S SpecPartner Version 5.0
The complete wiring device reference tool for specifying engineers. Includes an electronic 2006/2007 P&S product catalog, an updated Network wiring section, technical information, Plug and Connector NEMA configurations, competitive cross references, Internet updates and the new P&S PlugTail™ cost configurator, to estimate PlugTail’s cost savings on a project quote. Click here for your free sample.



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Pass & Seymour

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