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Electrical contractors are used to thinking about ground-fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) in permanently installed outlets and panelboards, but temporary-power settings also can require GFCI protection, according to the National Fire Protection Association’s National Electrical Code (NEC). For example, the NEC’s Article 590, which covers temporary power installations, calls for GFCI protection for 15-, 20- and 30-amp, 125V receptacle outlets that aren’t a part of the permanent wiring of a building or structure used by personnel.Read more
Art Meets Science in Molex Custom Soligie Flexible Printed Sensor Solutions
From concept to prototype to high-volume manufacturing, integrated Soligie electronics streamline R&D and deliver faster time-to-marketRead more
LISLE, IL – September 23, 2015 – Molex, LLC expanded its printed electronics portfolio with the recent acquisition of Minnesota-based Soligie, Inc. Custom Soligie solutions provide a robust and economical alternative to a rigid printed circuit board (PCB) or copper flex circuits in sensor applications for medical, industrial, consumer, defense, and other industries.