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ADORNE LED LINEAR EXTENDER
Part #: ALEXTLEDTM4
ADORNE LED LINEAR EXTENDER
ADORNE LED LINEAR LIGHT
Part #: ALLNLEDTM4
ADORNE LED LINEAR LIGHT
Milwaukee Electric Tool
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ADJUSTABLE HOLE CUTTER
Part #: 49-56-0320
ADJUSTABLE HOLE CUTTER
M18™  RADIUS Compact Site Light w/Flood Mode
Part #: 2144-20
M18™ RADIUS Compact Site Light w/Flood Mode
UPGRADE TO LED
Part #: 49-81-0090
UPGRADE TO LED
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Black Prism Emergency Light
Part #: 73111
Black Prism Emergency Light
Ceiling Sensor Switch 120-277V
Part #: 80552
Ceiling Sensor Switch 120-277V
White Prism Emergency Light
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White Prism Emergency Light
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  • Coleman Cable Expands Portable Lighting Selection
    Coleman Cable Expands Portable Lighting Selection

    CCI has broadened its portable lighting category to provide electrical distributors and their customers with a diverse selection of proprietary (& standard) LED, Halogen, Fluorescent, and Metal Halide designs. This extensive and innovative offering meets the most demanding and versatile market needs for portable lighting products.

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  • Smart Building Lighting Strategies Save Money
    Smart Building Lighting Strategies Save Money

    For decades, lighting control in commercial spaces amounted to either on or off. Easy, simple, but not very effective when it came to workplace productivity in offices, boardrooms, and classrooms.

    Lighting control eventually evolved in the form of light sensors, motion sensors and electro-mechanical timers. It was better, as it helped cut lighting energy costs by automatically turning off lights when not needed. Even so, the technology was still limited to either on or off.

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