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  • Smart eCat Siemens 2011-2012 Catalog
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    Siemens 2011-2012 Catalog

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  • Siemens Industry, Inc.
    Dual Function Circuit Breaker
    Dual Function Circuit Breaker

    Combines GFCI and AFCI, protecting against both Arc Faults and Ground Faults.

  • Siemens Industry, Inc.
    Power Mod™ with QuickSystem
    Power Mod™ with QuickSystem

    A new robust and feature-rich line of modular metering products to meet applications for virtually every need.

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One Easy Way to Cut Soft Costs For Solar

Residential Offering and Its Value

Siemens Power Mod™

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

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  • 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
    1-800-241-4453

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  • AFCI Requirements Can Turn Electricians Into Arc-Fault Sleuths
    AFCI Requirements Can Turn Electricians Into Arc-Fault Sleuths

    The 2014 edition of the National Fire Protection Associations National Electrical Code expanded required locations for arc-fault circuit interrupters (AFCIs), adding kitchens and laundry areas (along with dormitory units) to the list of settings to be served by AFCI devices. These additions were not unexpected, as the NEC has been on a path toward greater use of these potentially life-saving devices over its last several editions. However, greater use of AFCIs can mean more detective assignments for electrical contractors, because tracking down the source of an arc fault can be tricky business.

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