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Circuit Savvy: Practical Tips for Decoding Electrical Blueprints

IndustrySmarts, Inc

Circuit Savvy: Practical Tips for Decoding Electrical Blueprints

Blueprints and wiring schematics are both critical documents in the electrical industry, but they serve different purposes and present information in distinct ways. In this article, we’re confining our discussion to electrical blueprints.
When it Comes to Retail Lighting, Check the Temperature

Cooper Lighting

When it Comes to Retail Lighting, Check the Temperature

Electrical pros working on retail lighting projects might need to know about more than just how many watts/square foot the local energy code allows them to use. While lighting installation is always a bit of an artform – after all, lighting impacts the mood and appearance of every room – it also can have a real impact on a retailer’s bottom line.
Training Simulators – Their Scenarios May Be Virtual, But the Learning Is Real

Eaton

Training Simulators – Their Scenarios May Be Virtual, But the Learning Is Real

There’s probably no substitute for on-the-job training, regardless of your profession. Spending time solving problems in real-world settings with regular feedback from more experienced supervisors and team members is one of the best ways to learn – and you’ll likely remember what you’ve learned this way longer.
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Sparking New Life into Your Old Wiring: A Guide to Residential Rewiring

Southwire Company

Sparking New Life into Your Old Wiring: A Guide to Residential Rewiring

Discover the reasons, safety considerations, and benefits of rewiring your home. From planning and preparation to flawless execution, we'll walk you through the process, ensuring your home's electrical system is ready for the future.
LED Lamp Efficiency Set to Grow With New Standards

Cree, Inc.

LED Lamp Efficiency Set to Grow With New Standards

The DOE has released new efficiency standards for LED lamps, set to take effect in 2028. The target efficacy will be 120 lm/W, up from the current 45 lm/W. Manufacturers are already halfway there and will likely use new technologies to meet the higher standards.
Cutting the Powerplant Cord, or At Least Loosening Its Grip

Littelfuse, Inc.

Cutting the Powerplant Cord, or At Least Loosening Its Grip

The decision to implement a photovoltaic system involves careful consideration of economic factors. While the initial costs can be substantial, solar power offers the potential for long-term savings, energy independence, and protection against rising electricity prices. This article explores the key financial aspects of going solar.
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