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LIGHTING CONTACTOR 600VAC 100A PB
Part #: 8903PBQ11BV02
LIGHTING CONTACTOR 600VAC 100A PB
Eaton Cooper Lighting
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LK4 120V NO
Part #: LK4-120NO
LK4 120V NO
LITEKEEPER 8 STAND ALONE LTNG CTL PNL
Part #: LK8
LITEKEEPER 8 STAND ALONE LTNG CTL PNL
16 SIZE SA ENC WITH 16 RELAYS
Part #: LK16-120/277-S2-L0-M0-T0-HVB0
16 SIZE SA ENC WITH 16 RELAYS
NSi Industries
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Lighting Panel 4 CH 120-277V
Part #: DLC400BP
Lighting Panel 4 CH 120-277V
Lighting Panel 12 CH 24-277V
Part #: ELC712
Lighting Panel 12 CH 24-277V
Lighting Panel 8 CH 24-277V
Part #: ELC78
Lighting Panel 8 CH 24-277V
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  • Siemens Industry, Inc.
    Siemens Controls Express
    Siemens Controls Express

    Featuring NEMA, softstarters, pump panels, and lighting contactors.

  • Schneider Electric / Square D
    Square D Lighting Control
    Square D Lighting Control

    Jeff Murley, Business Development Manager, discusses Square D's POWERLINK Modular Lighting Control System, Clipsal Area Lighting Panels and more.

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GreenMAX™

Remote Control of Lighting & Electrical

GRAFIK RP Systems: Lighting Control Solutions for Restaurants and Retail Spaces

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  • Siemens i-3 Control Technology V2™
    Siemens i-3 Control Technology V2™

    Siemens i-3 Control Technology V2™ is a cost-effective lighting control system that reduces energy costs and enables users to control light based on schedules, sensors and inputs. The system is robust, easy to use and flexible featuring a color touch screen panel, which greatly simplifies user control, monitoring and programming.

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  • Commercial Lighting Control
    Commercial Lighting Control

    In the previous article, we talked about residential light control and how it's changed. In this article, we bring in the big guns, commercial and industrial lighting control.

    Electric utility bills are high for commercial buildings. And the lion's share of that cost comes from lighting. If you can control the lighting more efficiently, you stand a good chance of lowering electricity charges dramatically.

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