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  • Siemens Industry, Inc.
    Lighting Contactors Class LE and LC
    Lighting Contactors Class LE and LC

    Class LE electrically held lighting and heating contactors are used in applications where it is not critical that the contacts remain in the closed position during loss of control power. Class LC lighting contactors deliver unprecedented versatility.

  • Siemens Industry, Inc.
    30MM Pilot Device Installation
    30MM Pilot Device Installation

    Innovative technology and design for rapid installation, Siemen's complete range of oil tight Pilot Devices provides a solution that will be aesthetically and functionally impressive.


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Siemens Surge Protection

Unassembled Panelboards

Stop Surges Before They Get in with Siemens Surge Protection Devices

Arc Fault Protection - Combination Type AFCIs and Intelli-Arc Diagnostic Tool

WL Arc Resistant Low Voltage Switchgear

Introducing Type VBII 600VDC Enclosed Photovoltaic Disconnect Switches

  • Photovoltaic Safety Switch
    Photovoltaic Safety Switch

    Cost is a major consideration in any photovoltaic installation as the size of the array increases. A recent trend toward 1000V DC on larger systems is ongoing since increasing the array output from 600 to 1000V DC results in a significant, additional cost reduction. Siemens offers an array of 600VDC and additionally 1000VDC Safety Switches with UL98B listing.


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  • Siemens Industry, Inc.
    3333 Old Milton Parkway
    Alpharetta, GA 30005

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    Precision Sensors for Increased Automation Productivity

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