New Products for Electrical Systems


Modular in-floor wiring system uses a variety of application sub-plates that install into one universal cover for both floor boxes and fire-rated poke-throughs.Sub-plate applications include 20-amp, 125-volt receptacles and openings; 20- and 30-amp recessed modules; and 3/4%%MDASSML%%in. power and 1 here .

Tray/Cord Fittings product line has been expanded to include aluminum fittings up to 2 in. and 316 stainless steel fittings up to 1 in.vironments. For more about fittings from Thomas & Betts, click here .

Motor control center allows users to optimize equipment utilization, increase reliability and reduce energy costs. Advanced motor protection features provide the capability to customize protection levels and make the model appropriate for any motor control center application. With Transparent Ready built-in data communications, relays allow facilities to monitor or control motor functions remotely at the HMI/supervisory level. For more about Model 6 Intelligent MCC from Square D, click here

Hospital grade wire lead receptacles are pre-wired at the factory with wire lead receptacles that allow for easy, streamlined installation, saving both money and time by eliminating the need to strip wires or tighten terminals on the job. The leaded receptacles also provide an extra margin of safety, since there is no chance of the leads working loose from a terminal. For more about hospital-grade receptacles from Leviton, click here

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