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Education Campus eTour
This virtual tour of san education campus encompasses many different buildings and unique spaces.
Watertight Devices
Watertight Wiring Devices that include UL-listed plugs and connectors from 15A/125V to 30A/480V, as well as receptacles and accessories.
3.0 Amp USB Fast Charge Capacity Receptacle
Includes dual 3A/5V USB Ports and two Hubbell Tamper-Resistant 15A/125VAC power outlets, which can be used simultaneously.
SystemOne Recessed 4" Fire-Rated Poke-Throughs
Step down installation • Maintains concrete floor rating up to two hours.
Twist-Lock® Selector Tool
Hubbell’s NEMA Twist-Lock Selector tool is available as a downloadable app compatible with desktop computers and handhelds, including Android devices, iPads and iPhones.
USB Charging Receptacle
Demonstration of Hubbell's new USB Charging Receptacle.
Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems UL listed Motor Controller “Suitable as Disconnect”
Hubbell’s innovative Circuit-Lock? combination motor controller/disconnect offers the convenience of a controller and the safety...

Hubbell Wiring Device - Kellems
Hubbell Wiring Devices
Tools and Configurators<br>
What is a Pulling Grip?
Cable pulling grips are an essential component to install cable in conduit. Installing wire in raceways requires a professional craftsman, especially when it’s medium voltage, large size, or a long run. The grips lock onto the cable and provide an attachment point for pulling wire into a raceway.

The Most Demanding Industry for Connectors
Which industry is the toughest on plugs and connectors? The construction industry is noted for wet conditions and cords straining against the connectors. When the job deadline approaches, people use whatever they have to get the job done. Anyone that has worked in the food industry realizes that they have the same challenges as the construction industry plus one more. They have to sanitize.

Home Is Where the Raceway Is
Raceway is seen primarily as a product for schools, offices and industrial settings, but the rising need for managing a range of electrical and audio/visual cables in homes means residential applications are growing, as well. Many homeowners are realizing the need for extra power supplies to serve new appliances and electronics, but don’t want the expense of breaking into walls to rewire. John McFarland, director of commercial marketing for Hubbell, says he’s seeing raceway moving into three specific areas of the home.

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