Products to control and deliver electrical power throughout a building.
Busbars and Busways (250 suppliers)
Circuit Breakers (945 suppliers)
Connectors (1,797 suppliers)
Components used to conduct and transfer signals (electrical, optical, rf, etc.) or power from one cable to another.
Electrical Insulators (180 suppliers)
Electrical insulators, high voltage bushings and porcelain insulator assemblies provide electrical isolation of power line conductors in transmission and distribution (T & D), substation, transformer, capacitor and power protection applications.
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Electrical Power Generators (1,000 suppliers)
Electrical power generators, also known as alternators, transform mechanical energy into electrical energy. They can be used for backup or emergency power or as an alternator on board a vehicle. Generators can produce either AC or DC power and are typically powered by a fuel engine.
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Fuse Holders (490 suppliers)
Fuse holders are devices for containing, protecting and mounting fuses. Blown fuses can be changed quickly and easily when used in conjunction with a fuse holder.
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Fuses (972 suppliers)
Grounding Bars and Rods (92 suppliers)
Grounding bars and grounding rods are electrical connections that divert undesirable current in order to protect humans and equipment.
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Grounding Grids (10 suppliers)
Grounding grids and mats consist of conductive mesh or sheets that act as a multi-potential ground. They are used near pipelines, substations, transformers, large motors, or high voltage power lines to reduce mains hum, provide AC mitigation, and reduce step and touch potentials.
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Lightning Protection Systems (142 suppliers)
Lightning protection systems prevent property damage, equipment damage, and bodily injury from electrical surges and lightning strikes.
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Load Centers (48 suppliers)
Load centers are used for the protection and distribution of power in a building or residence. They are also called circuit breaker boxes.
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NEMA and IP Enclosures (375 suppliers)
NEMA and IP enclosures are designed to house electrical components, protect personnel from accidental injury, and prevent the ingress of environmental contaminants such as dust and water. NEMA enclosures are rated by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) and designed for hazardous or non-hazardous locations and indoor or outdoor use. Ingress protection (IP) enclosures provide protection against foreign objects and moisture.
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Panelboards and Switchgear (614 suppliers)
Panelboards and switchgear are electrical distribution devices that convert incoming electrical power into several smaller circuits and provide overload protection in the form of fuses or circuit breakers.
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Power Generation Systems (122 suppliers)
Power generation systems are power generators and related systems that are used in power plants or large-scale power generation facilities.
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Power Strips (208 suppliers)
Switches (1,094 suppliers)
Devices used to route signals by allowing or preventing the signal flow when in closed or open position.
Terminal and Junction Boxes (547 suppliers)
Utility Meters (127 suppliers)
Utility meters are used to monitor the consumption of water, gas or electricity by businesses or residences.
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Wallplates (65 suppliers)
Wire and Cable (4,210 suppliers)
Wires and cables are used to transmit electrical power or signals.
Wire and Cable Accessories (3,247 suppliers)
Accessories are used to bundle, clip, clamp, label, guide, and protect wires and cables.