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Protective Coatings Bring Multiple Benefits to LEDs

Shat-R-Shield, Inc.

Protective Coatings Bring Multiple Benefits to LEDs

Tube lamps have been a go-to for decades and, while the latest LED fixtures often incorporate integrated lighting elements – in other words, no separate lamps – millions of troffer fixtures initially designed for fluorescent technology are still in service around the globe.
Network Connections: Wired, Wireless … and Something On the Lighter Side

Signify

Network Connections: Wired, Wireless … and Something On the Lighter Side

Wired Ethernet and wireless connections represent the two primary methods for connecting devices to a network in modern computing. Each has distinct features, advantages, and disadvantages.
Sealant Options for Safer Conduits

American Polywater Corp.

Sealant Options for Safer Conduits

Conduit provides a protective passageway for electrical and data cables. Unfortunately, it also can provide a passageway for moisture and hazardous and/or explosive gases to move from one area of a facility to another, as well.
ARISTA Advanced Lighting Control System
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Shedding Some Light on Full-Spectrum LEDs

LEDVANCE LLC

Shedding Some Light on Full-Spectrum LEDs

As someone who’s tracked LED lighting since its early days as a commercially available technology, my own experience with the products has evolved. I live in an older house with overhead lighting only in the kitchen and bathrooms, so this has mostly meant experimenting with LED bulbs (or “lamps,” in lighting designer lingo) in the 14 or 15 table fixtures scattered around my home.
Creating the Ultimate Home Theater: A Guide for Electrical Installers

Legrand North America

Creating the Ultimate Home Theater: A Guide for Electrical Installers

Ah, the home theater. It's not just about watching movies or bingeing on the latest TV series anymore—it's about creating an immersive, cinematic experience right in the comfort of your own home. As an electrical installer, you're in a unique position to guide your customers towards achieving this dream.
Know Your Conduit Options for Corrosive Applications

Gibson Stainless & Specialty, Inc.

Know Your Conduit Options for Corrosive Applications

When it comes to metal conduit, the choice for electrical contractors can often boil down to three options: galvanized steel, aluminum or stainless steel. However, in particularly challenging environments, stainless steel offers advantages the other two materials can’t match.
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Emerson LED Floodlights for Hazardous Zone 1 Locations Use 80 Percent Less Energy than HID Luminaires
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Antimicrobial LNMP Flexible Electrical Nonmetallic Conduit
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200A & 400A Sloped-Top Disconnects
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