Safety Devices Keep people safe, meet safety codes, and reduce risks and costs.
netSELECT FPTV Connection Enclosure Designed to deliver high-density audio-visual (A/V) and data connectivity and power for today’s flat-panel TVs, displays and interactive whiteboards to sit flush against walls.
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.
The Fourth Generation of Occupancy Sensors The newest technology is adaptive occupancy sensors. This is the fourth major advance for sensors.
The first one is ultrasonics technology. Ultrasonics senses occupancy by
sending and receiving high frequency sound waves. Movement by a person,
object or even air will shift the original frequency enough so that the
sensor can detect it.
Project Savings with Wiring Devices New wiring devices can create higher project profits and a more
satisfied customer at the same time. The most profits are available with
design-build projects for large commercial buildings, hospitals, and
educational facilities. It’s a win-win situation.
Hubbell measured three minutes of labor savings per wiring device using
their SNAPConnect product line. These products install in two stages.
The first stage connects their terminal into the box at rough-in.