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Fiber Optic Cable – The Wires Supporting Today’s Wireless Economy

Belden Inc.

Fiber Optic Cable – The Wires Supporting Today’s Wireless Economy

Wires aren’t a lot of the conversation when it comes to fifth generation, or 5G, wireless cellular technology – after all, the word “wireless” is right there, in its name. However, while the communication between a 5G cell and your phone, car or other receiver might be wires-free, it turns out there are a whole lot of wires (or, actually, fiber) involved to connect those cells to the broader network.
Power Quality and Analysis for Reliable Electrical Systems

Fluke Corp

Power Quality and Analysis for Reliable Electrical Systems

As an electrical professional, you already understand the importance of delivering reliable and efficient power supplies to your clients. One crucial aspect that often goes unnoticed but can have a significant impact on electrical systems is power quality.
Circuit Savvy: Practical Tips for Decoding Electrical Blueprints

IndustrySmarts, Inc

Circuit Savvy: Practical Tips for Decoding Electrical Blueprints

Blueprints and wiring schematics are both critical documents in the electrical industry, but they serve different purposes and present information in distinct ways. In this article, we’re confining our discussion to electrical blueprints.
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Tripling the Charge: Unleashing the Potential of Three-Phase Power in Industrial Might

Baldor Motors

Tripling the Charge: Unleashing the Potential of Three-Phase Power in Industrial Might

Single-phase power is the bread and butter for most electricians handling residential and small commercial projects. In the United States, single-phase systems operate at 120V, with the voltage rising and falling in the classic sine wave pattern.
Lighting Up Right: Nailing the Essentials for a Safe Install

Appleton Grp LLC

Lighting Up Right: Nailing the Essentials for a Safe Install

Installing and maintaining lighting in commercial and industrial settings was my job for the better part of 36 years. While I worked solo for much of that time, I often worked with other team members. And sometimes, my “joy and delight” was following up on installations and repairs done by others.
Training Simulators – Their Scenarios May Be Virtual, But the Learning Is Real

Eaton

Training Simulators – Their Scenarios May Be Virtual, But the Learning Is Real

There’s probably no substitute for on-the-job training, regardless of your profession. Spending time solving problems in real-world settings with regular feedback from more experienced supervisors and team members is one of the best ways to learn – and you’ll likely remember what you’ve learned this way longer.
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