Hubbell Introduces New Tamper-Resistant Controlled Receptacles for Automatic Receptacle Control

Hubbell Wiring Device - Kellems
Hubbell Introduces New Tamper-Resistant Controlled Receptacles for Automatic Receptacle Control

Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems is pleased to introduce tamper-resistant permanently marked receptacles, and improved markings for the entire line of controlled receptacles. The receptacles meet NEC 2017 requirements, ASHRAE standards, and California Title 24, which require certain receptacles to be automatically controlled for energy savings, as well as tamper-resistant for safety.

The tamper-resistant controlled receptacles can be found in Hubbell’s new Automatic Receptacle Control Product Guide, which helps contractors and building owners find the right solutions to further improve energy savings through automatically controlling plug loads.

The eight-page, full-color guide brings together Hubbell products that use occupancy- and time-based solutions – and a combination of wired and wireless technology – to provide automatic receptacle control features.

“With almost 31% of commercial building energy usage going toward plug loads, there’s definitely a need for owners to find a way to reduce energy consumption when users forget to unplug or turn off equipment,” says Mike Zimmel, Product Manager of Straight Blade Devices for Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems. “This guide has all the information needed to help pinpoint the most cost-effective solution for a successful decrease in energy savings by using automatic receptacle control features.”

The guide is ideal for identifying solutions that are appropriate for commercial buildings, schools and child-care facilities, hotel rooms, retail settings, transportation centers, and assisted-living facilities.

For more information about the improved TR Permanently Marked Receptacles or to obtain a copy of the Automatic Receptacle Control Product Guide, contact your Hubbell sales representative or visit www.hubbell.com/wiringdevice-kellems/en.

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