Testing Your Cable IQ
Do you know the allowable cable types for this type of installation? read more
NECA 2014: Mike Eby''s Product Picks - Part 2
Mike Eby selects another batch of products that caught his attention at this year''s NECA show read more
Compact reciprocating saw
Measuring 14.5 in. long and weighing 5 lb, the DCS387 20V MAX* Li-ion reciprocating saw allows users to make controlled overhead cuts read more
T-Codes in Hazardous (Classified) Locations
When using electrical equipment in classified areas, such as lighting fixtures in Class I, Div. 2 locations, it's an NEC requirement that the surface temperature of the fixture doesn't exceed 80% of the autoignition temperature (AIT) of the gas or vapor involved, or shall be marked with a temperatur...
T?V Rheinland Offers Fire Testing Services Per Latest UL 1703 Requirements
T?V Rheinland offers the UL 1703 testing and certification services to manufacturers of building integrated photovoltaic modules (BiPV), rack-mounted photovoltaic (PV) modules and mounting systems in conjunction with the 2014 revision of the standard, which introduces new PV module fire type classif...
InoLECT Remote Racking Gallery
Sponsored Photo Gallery Brought to you by InoLECT The inoRAC2 Remote Racking device eliminates the risk of arc flash injury to personnel by allowing operation from over 75’ away. The unit constantly monitors torque and breaker position throughout the racking process, and only applies torque wh...
NECA 2014: Mike Eby''s Product Picks - Part 1
See what products caught our own Mike Eby''s eye (so far) on the NECA floor read more
Component Operation in a Solar Photovoltaic System
The provisions of Art. 690 apply to solar photovoltaic (PV) electrical energy systems, including the array circuit(s), inverter(s), and controller(s) for such systems. read more
The SlimSurface LED family of downlights offers a 5/8-in. surface-mount design read more
Electrical Hazards Among 10 Serious Safety Violations Found at General Glass InternationalStories 1 - 10 of 1442
General Glass International has been cited by the OSHA for 10 serious safety violations, including electrical and machine hazards found at the company''s fabrication and design center at 101 Venture Way in Secaucus. read more