New Products for Electrical
Submeters provide standard interfaces using Modbus serial (RS485), RJ45 Ethernet Modbus TCP or 802.11 Wireless Ethernet Modbus TCP. KYZ energy pulses are also available. Using the standard Modbus interface allows the unit to be interfaced to almost all energy management and SCADA systems eliminating the need for proprietary software and communication channels. For more about the Shark100-S by Electro Industries/GaugeTech, click here .
Water-damaged electrical equipment brochure provides advice on the safe handling of electrical equipment that has been exposed to water. It outlines which items will require complete replacement and which ones can be reconditioned by a trained professional. Equipment covered includes electrical distribution equipment, motor circuits, power equipment, transformers, wire, cable and flexible cords, wiring devices, GFCIs and surge protectors, lighting fixtures and ballasts, motors, electronic products including signaling, protection, communication systems and industrial controls, and cable trays. To download a free copy of this NEMA brochure, click here .
Arc-flash safety report provides advice and tips on arc-flash safety to plant facility managers and others in the industry. The report focuses on critical reminders for arc-flash safety, such as a clearly defined safety program and manager, as well as the importance of conducting an electrical system engineering analysis. For a free copy of the report, click here .
Training courses are available for electrical and lighting professionals, covering the fundamentals of NEC and neon lighting. Courses offer a detailed look at the history of the NEC and the code proposal/approval process, with an emphasis on how to use the NEC to locate and interpret code requirements. For more information on joint UL-IAEI courses, click here .
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