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BURNDY® VERSIPOLE™ Configurable Power Distribution Blocks
Used in electrical panels and wire ways for splicing cables and distributing power from primary runs to secondary/branch circuits. Offered in 1, 2, or 3 pole configurations to support a variety of common run and tap combinations.
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Topaz LED Flat Panel Installation
Topaz LED Flat Panels provide a contemporary solution to replace inefficient fluorescent fixtures with edge-to-edge, evenly diffused, glare free light. Available as 40 and 50 watt fixtures and in three color temperatures 3500K, 4000K, and 5000K. Battery backup models are available for 90 minutes of uninterrupted service during a power loss. Easy installation for commercial and residential use.
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SIstock gives channel partners the ability to stock any product needed for a simple commercial project: lighting panels (P1), power panels (P4-P5), switchboards, Power Mod™, transformers, switches and controls. Contractors purchasing participating distributors get factory made components for Panelboards and Switchboards the same day they request them versus waiting for them to be factory engineered.
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Solar power seems to get the most attention at its smallest and largest scales – we hear a great deal about residential rooftop systems and the largest utility-scale arrays, but not nearly as much about what falls in the middle. That may be changing quickly, as “community” solar projects now are taking hold in many U.S. states. Often in the 1 megawatt (MW) to 2 MW size range, these arrays of photovoltaic (PV) panels provide an opportunity for renters and others lacking their own rooftops to invest in solar-powered electricity generation at sites that make sense for a local utility’s distribution grid.Read more