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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.
Track Lighting: Illuminating the Light Path

WAC Lighting Co.

Track Lighting: Illuminating the Light Path

My home is taking on the aura of an art museum gallery. Canvases are popping up on the walls everywhere throughout the house.

Not that it’s a bad thing. There are some real benefits, like hiding holes in the walls, and not having major areas to paint.
On the Mark: New Program Helps Assure Copper Products’ Sustainability

Southwire Company

On the Mark: New Program Helps Assure Copper Products’ Sustainability

Copper wire can seem like a commodity – after all, it’s fabricated from one of the world’s most heavily traded commodities and is sold in bulk quantities all over the globe. And, like a lot of commodities, it can be difficult to know how the copper products you’re buying is actually produced.
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Going Underground: Wire Management in Direct Burial Projects

ILSCO

Going Underground: Wire Management in Direct Burial Projects

Not all wiring is created equal – after all, some of it has to be buried underground. While this cable might not see the varied weather exposure of unburied, outdoor lines, it faces its own unique challenges.
How Manufacturers are Bringing Basic Breaker Boxes into the Digital Age

Schneider Electric / Square D

How Manufacturers are Bringing Basic Breaker Boxes into the Digital Age

Three years ago, I decided to finally bring my home into the modern age, in terms of its electrical distribution system. Gone was the 50-plus-year-old, 60-amp fuse box (yes, I said “fuse box”), along with the similarly low-capacity line from the pole to the house. In their place, a new 200-amp service line and breaker panel.
Switchrack: What Specifiers Need to Know

Appleton Grp LLC

Switchrack: What Specifiers Need to Know

Designing industrial facilities is rarely a paint-by-numbers effort because each plant faces unique considerations, based on what it’s producing and the resulting safety and power requirements. That means power distribution equipment also needs to be custom designed.
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