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  • Expand your retrofit opportunities--simplify projects, meet codes easily, and make buildings smarter.

    Wireless solutions offer simple, flexible, and scalable options especially critical in retrofits and lighting upgrades where scalable solutions can start small – a single classroom or office space – and expand over time to enhance capabilities and deliver additional features such as seamlessly converting from a stand-alone control to a centralized lighting system with the addition of wireless hubs and convenient software compatible with any smart device.

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  • Are Electric Cars in Your Future?

    I heard a familiar tune on the TV while rummaging through the refrigerator for a snack. It took me back to my childhood days of watching cartoons in my pajamas.

    I started singing along, then stopped and looked around quickly. Nope, the wife wasn't around. I'd have probably been committed had she heard me.

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  • Commercial Smart Dimming Strategies

    Interesting word, smart.

    It means so many things to so many people. Obviously, we naturally think of intelligence. When used with lighting, energy control, and commercial building use, intelligence certainly fits.

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  • Residential Smart Dimming Strategies

    Or maybe I should say... smarter dimming strategies. In fact, now smart technology can provide you with a home lighting strategy that can mimic your lifestyle better than you can!
    Well, probably better than me anyway.

    Being an electrician for over 30 years, and just a little of a tech-nerd (okay... a lot of a tech-nerd), I've been keeping an eye on the progress of lighting controls and options.

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  • Cable Guide Selection Is Critical to Data Center Future-Proofing

    Here’s a statistic to ponder: in 2017, tech leader Dell noted that, 20-plus years into the internet age, 90% of the world’s data and digital footprint had been created in just the previous two years. The reason behind that stunning growth – which has only accelerated – is the enormous demand for remote computing. Today, internet-connected manufacturing lines, streetlights, thermostats and refrigerators all are pumping data to third-party servers in increasing numbers, boosting requirements for flexibility and scalability in data center design.

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  • Today’s Raceway Brings Adaptability to Conference Room Wiring

    Today’s conference rooms have evolved from static meeting places to multi-purpose workspaces. With commercial office rental rates steadily climbing over in many regions. Companies can no longer afford to dedicated meeting rooms that remain empty most of the time. So, everything from systems furniture to wiring needs to be easy to move and reconfigure.

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