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Jobsite, Farm, or Cabin in the Woods: Portable Power-to-Go is a Must

Klein Tools, Inc.

Jobsite, Farm, or Cabin in the Woods: Portable Power-to-Go is a Must

Mobility and portability is a necessity today. As an electrician, you know that. When I was an electrical troubleshooter and installer, I was often on location before the power was installed … or when it was down. That meant I needed to either pack a long extension cord, run a gas generator, or use battery-powered tools and lights.
Shining a Light on Electrical Counterfeiting

ILSCO

Shining a Light on Electrical Counterfeiting

Wiring connectors and terminals are the kind of electrical product many contractors buy in bulk, without paying much attention to their details or markings. And if the products install normally, there might be no reason to think more about them.
Look Ma – No Wires!

Light Efficient Design

Look Ma – No Wires!

Outdoor lighting serves so many purposes, from basic safety to wayfinding and illuminating advertising signage. But getting these fixtures installed can be expensive and involve trenching through existing concrete, asphalt and landscaping to get wiring into place.
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LED Lighting Has Come a Long Way

Universal Douglas

LED Lighting Has Come a Long Way

Last night we sat outside in our big side yard. The moon was full, the air was cool, and a slight breeze tussled Mary’s hair. Sipping on a cup of coffee, I watched the flickering orange flames of the Tiki torches in the beautiful flower garden our daughter had planted for us. Their warm glow soothed my mind.
Getting a Grip on Cord Control

Gibson Stainless & Specialty, Inc.

Getting a Grip on Cord Control

Every now and then, flexible cords are used in the workplace. Of course, both OSHA and the NEC® have strict regulations on their use. Whenever feasible, use permanent wiring methods to attach equipment to the power supply. But there are instances when using them is permitted by standard and code.
Water Heater Timer Switches Can Help Throw Cold Water on Rising Electricity Bills

Intermatic, Inc.

Water Heater Timer Switches Can Help Throw Cold Water on Rising Electricity Bills

If I were to ask you which home appliance uses the most electricity, you might turn first to the refrigerator (after the central air conditioning unit, that is). Ten or so years ago, you might have been right, but improved energy efficiency standards have bumped refrigerators down a notch in a home’s electricity usage.
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