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Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems Expands Advantage™ Series to 100A

Hubbell is excited to announce the addition of 100 amp devices to the Advantage™ Series line of switch-rated IEC pin and sleeve devices. The Advantage™ Series is approved as a disconnecting means for both motor and branch circuits and designed for use in harsh environments. The sleek, modern design simplifies wash-down processes.

Hubbell’s New USB Receptacles Take Charging Outdoors

Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems is excited to announce a new charging solution: Weather Resistant USB Charging Receptacles. These receptacles comply with Section 406.9 of the NEC®, safely expanding charging to outdoor locations.  Whether it’s at a stadium, outdoor restaurant, amusement park, or backyard patio, Hubbell’s new weather resistant line offers a safe, reliable way to quickly charge devices.

Hubbell’s 50A Twist-Lock® Insulgrip® Conduit Adapters Reduce Labor, Product Costs

Hubbell Wiring-Device Kellems is excited to announce a new solution for conduit-fed power applications: 50A Twist-Lock® Insulgrip® Conduit Adapters. These adapters can accept conduit directly through the back of the plug or connector through a conduit fitting. A box or face plate is not required, reducing material and labor costs.

Hubbell SystemOne Fully Adjustable 4-Inch Floor Box from the Leader in Delivery Systems

Hubbell Wiring-Device Kellems is pleased to introduce the Hubbell SystemOne Fully Adjustable Recessed 4-Inch floor box. Hubbell has solved the challenge of varying floor thicknesses with the integral, patent pending, mounting cup which adjusts the device mounting depth to 3 inches.

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.

Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems’ New Twist-Lock Devices Support Data Center Power Demands

Hubbell is excited to announce the expansion of its Twist-Lock line to include two NEMA configurations for the latest data center voltage requirements.

North American data centers use two power requirements – 415V AC, 3-phase power and 240V AC line-to-neutral power. Hubbell‘s new L25-30 and L26-30 Twist-Lock devices support these requirements.