Blogs

  • New Crouse-Hinds Type-U Condulet Fitting

    Eaton’s Crouse-Hinds business has announced a new Type U Condulet fitting that provides a smooth pulling surface, greater internal capabilities than standard condulet and an angled cover opening to address system access for splicing. Read more.

    09/19/2014

  • Minuteman Launches New Endeavor 5-10kVA Battery Backup System

    Endeavor 5-10kVA units utilize double conversion technology with true sine wave output, making them perfect for protecting large networks, enterprise communications, servers and large-scale security systems. Read more.

    09/17/2014

  • RELOC Wiring from Acuity Brands

    RELOC® Wiring from Acuity Brands® provides solutions that reduce installation time and are easily adaptable to changes in the field, whether they occur during construction or after a building is occupied. Read more.

    09/16/2014

  • 3M Easy Cleaver: The Newest Cutting Edge Innovation from 3M

    The new 3M Easy Cleaver is the latest 3M fiber cleaving tool innovation enabling simple installation and lower up-front cost when terminating all 3M flat-cleave field-installable connectors and splices. Read more.

    09/15/2014

  • Compliance-Driven Seismic Engineering Services From Eaton's B-Line Business

    Meeting seismic-compliance requirements can be challenging. But with B-Line by Eaton’s support, contractors navigate seismic bracing product selection and requirements with ease. The B-Line team helps you source the right TOLCO™ seismic bracing products, and navigate from pre-bid to product assistance to final inspection support. At the end of the day, your project gets the attention it deserves. Learn more.

    09/14/2014

  • New Items Added to the Graybar Deals Page

    New items have been added to Graybar Deals, including fiber optic cable, telecom enclosures, cat 6 plenum and more.

    09/13/2014

  • Today’s Cabling Solutions for Harsh Environments

    Do you believe that all networking cables are equal? Find out why they are not and why harsh environments require networking cables be built to meet environmental challenges and ensure signal transmission quality. Environmental hazards include EMI, chemicals, water, crushing, flex and temperature extremes. We’ll explain what to look for in a cable to stand up to these hazards and the product and material solutions that can mitigate the effects of specific problem areas. Sign up for the webinar.

    09/11/2014

  • How do your test tools measure up? Spend over $250 and choose from multiple gifts.

    From September 1, 2014 through December 31, 2014, Fluke is offering a free gift (via mail-in rebate form) with a qualifying purchase. Spend more than $250 and choose from multiple gifts!

    09/11/2014

  • How Solar Works

    There are four basic components of a simple grid-tied solar array. The first component is the solar panel itself. Panels are usually wired through a combiner box and that wiring is then sent down to an inverter. The panels are held in place by racking. Read more.

    09/11/2014

  • Be a Control Freak: Understanding Energy Costs in Your School

    A facility director is challenged with improving the campus environment while spending less money. One of the things we know is that K12 schools and higher education facilities spend about $14 billion on energy through the course of the year. That’s more than we spend on the school nutrition program. And we also know that at least a third of that energy is wasted. Read more.

    09/10/2014