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Addressable Detectors Help Limit the Nuisance of False Alarms

Johnson Controls Inc.

Addressable Detectors Help Limit the Nuisance of False Alarms

According to the National Fire Protection Association’s most recent numbers, up to 8 percent of all fire calls are the result of a false alarm. In 2018, that statistic translated into 2.8 million false alarm responses. Such events are both dangerous and expensive, and they are often caused by equipment failure rather than deliberate vandalism. Today’s addressable sensors and other initiating devices include self-monitoring capabilities that can help reduce false alarms and the aggravation and expense that go along with them.
For Contractors, The Time is Right for Wireless

Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

For Contractors, The Time is Right for Wireless

In a recent survey conducted by Electrical Contractor magazine, respondents cited skilled labor shortages, product availability, and compressed timelines among their broad-based concerns. Contractors are looking for lighting control solutions that help alleviate these issues by reducing installation time, minimizing risk, and adding value to their jobs. Wireless lighting control solutions and quick estimating software can help.
Connection Basics: Understanding Mechanical and Compression Connectors

ILSCO

Connection Basics: Understanding Mechanical and Compression Connectors

The weakest links in any electrical distribution system are those locations where connections are made. Secure tap, terminal and splice connections are critical to a system’s safety and reliability. Electrical contractors have a number of options when it comes to the connectors they use in these applications, with mechanical- and compression-style connectors being the most common.
SureCrimp® Compression Connector by ILSCO
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LED Streetlighting Is Bringing New Opportunities – Just Remember the Connection Requirements

ILSCO

LED Streetlighting Is Bringing New Opportunities – Just Remember the Connection Requirements

Your local streets might be looking a little different lately when you’re driving home at night. It could be because they no longer feature that yellow-orange glow produced by the high-intensity discharge lamps that have illuminated U.S. streets for decades. Cities across the country are rapidly upgrading to LED streetlights, leading to improved illumination and significant energy savings.
Why Vive Wireless by Lutron?

Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

Why Vive Wireless by Lutron?

Looking for lighting control that saves time and money on your next commercial project? Vive Wireless is your solution. Vive is simple, scalable, wireless lighting control for retrofits or new construction. With Vive, you can work smarter, not harder. Here’s why.

Vive installs 70% faster than wired solutions. You can install a switch and as sensor in as little as 15 minutes—no new wiring required. And you can mount wireless devices to any surface without cutting holes or running wire.
3 Benefits to Upgrading with a Lighting Retrofit

Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc.

3 Benefits to Upgrading with a Lighting Retrofit

About 28% of a building's electrical energy bill is literally consumed in lighting the premises. That's pretty consistent across both industrial and commercial buildings. Obviously, if you can lower that expense significantly, the impact on your overall operating budget reduces.

I know what you're thinking.

"He's going to start talking about LED lighting upgrades, isn't he?"
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