Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013
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Providing power for high-tech facilities
Providing power for high-tech facilities

High-tech buildings as well as mission critical facilities must have reliable electrical power.Read More

Preventing arc flash incidents by design
Preventing arc flash incidents by design

Understanding electrical distribution equipment and its associated risks can help reduce incident energy levels and save lives.Read More

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Updates to 2014 NEC
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NFPA 70, the National Electrical Code, will next be updated in 2014. Here's a look at what to expect. Read More

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Critical Power: Standby versus emergency power systems
The differences between standby and emergency power systems are significant. In addition to the specific code requirements, design engineers as well as authorities having jurisdiction must know the effects these classifications have on how generators are applied within an electrical distribution system.
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Power distribution blocks
Power distribution blocks

Weidmuller W-Series power distribution blocks' single bus modules have the ability to manage... Read More

Split-core current transformer
Split-core current transformer

The FLEX-CORE FCR Relay Class Revenue Grade Split-Core Current Transformer allows you to replace... Read More

Manual transfer switch
Manual transfer switch

The ASCO SERIES 300 Manual Transfer Switch can provide access for an alternate power source when a... Read More

Double-door line isolation switch
Double-door line isolation switch

Eaton’s double-door line isolation switch is a compartmentalized fusible safety switch, and part of... Read More

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