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LED Retrofit Options – Part One, Fluorescent Tubes

EPCO

LED Retrofit Options – Part One, Fluorescent Tubes

If you've been reading this newsletter for a while, you've probably concluded that I'm a big proponent of LED lighting. But, if you haven't been …

I am. Almost an attic fan … I mean … fanatic.
Measuring Your Options: How to Choose a Digital Multimeter

Sperry Instruments Inc.

Measuring Your Options: How to Choose a Digital Multimeter

Digital multimeters have become a common presence in electrical contractors’ toolboxes. These handy, portable instruments can have a broad range of testing capabilities to help electricians troubleshoot common electrical problems, from faulty switches to more complicated panelboard issues.
LED Retrofit Options – Part Two, Lose the Tubes

EPCO

LED Retrofit Options – Part Two, Lose the Tubes

In another article, we talked about retrofitting lights by exchanging the old bulbs and tubes with LED versions. What did you think?

When it came to fluorescent tubes, there were some important stipulations:
Non-metallic QuickLatch™ with installed strut clip
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Getting Smarter is Also Getting Cheaper

Eaton

Getting Smarter is Also Getting Cheaper

Remember when you had to get up off the sofa to turn down the lights? Well, that necessity is quickly disappearing as more of us are turning to Alexa or Siri to handle the task. Over the past few years, smart switches and outlets have become prominent wish-list items for many electrical contractors’ customers.
Fiber Optics – Some of the Benefits for Datacomm

Legrand North America

Fiber Optics – Some of the Benefits for Datacomm

I can remember when my brother and I would talk long distance.

Across the yard … with two tin cans and a tight string.

Times have certainly changed, haven't they. And as technology advances, almost hourly, I'm sure changes will always be with us.
Fiber Optics – The Saga Continues

Legrand North America

Fiber Optics – The Saga Continues

In a different article, I mentioned a few of the benefits of fiber optic cable as opposed to copper cable for networks. They included:

  • High bandwidth levels to handle web conferencing, HD video streaming, and cloud-based applications faster and more reliably
  • High signal strength and low attenuation for lower signal degradation
  • Resistance to external factors such as corrosion, water damage, and inclement weather
  • Resistance to electromagnetic interference
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