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Bill Grande details what arc faults are, and how AFCIs can help prevent fires resulting from various arc faults conditions.
4-Port USB Charger
Offers a ground-breaking 4.2 Amps of charging power controlled by a microprocessor, providing the ability to charge up to four high-powered electronic devices simultaneously, including multiple tablets.
SmartlockPro® Outlet Branch Circuit AFCI Receptacle
Advanced technology helps protect against electrical fires resulting from arc-faults.
Universal Sensors
Leviton's line of sensors help manage energy loads and are designed for a variety of lighting such as fluorescent, cfl, incandescent, and more.
Universal Dimmers
Product Manager, Mike Neary, discusses the features and benefits of Leviton's line of Universal Dimmers.
Evr-Green Electric Vehicle Charging
Leviton offers a complete solution for residential, commercial and public plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) charging.
Leviton's LCDI Cordsets Help Prevent Fire Hazards from Portable Room Air Conditioners
The new LCDI cordsets comply with UL's 484 listing requirements, which specify that single-phase portable...

Leviton Manufacturing Company
What is Home Automation?
New Product to Increase Residential Billing
Residential contractors can show a new product and obtain more billing. The customer could have you there for adding an outlet or other request. If you show the customer a need-to-have-product, you can install it on the same house call. That can keep the cost for the customer reasonable, and provides good profit. Customers are generally interested in high-tech controls for their house, but they don’t want high costs and difficult learning. They also want it to solve a problem to justify the expense. An example is in the new Leviton Humidity Sensor and Fan Control.

NEC Recognizes AFCI Outlet Option
With the introduction of arc-fault circuit-interrupting (AFCI) receptacles, electrical contractors and their customers now have an alternative to breaker-based solutions for providing protection against possible arc-fault-related fires and injuries. Now the National Electrical Code (NEC) is beginning to incorporate these devices as alternatives to AFCI breakers in both new construction and replacement projects.

A Variety of Uses for Occupancy and Vacancy Sensors
To call today’s lighting sensors simply “occupancy sensors” may be a bit of an understatement. Today’s sensor and control technology, after all, does more than just turn on when someone enters a room or space. Current versions can more accurately be called “vacancy sensors” (there is a difference) or even “amount of light use” sensors.

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