Eaton’s Bussmann business has introduced the Fuses Made Simple – Control Circuits program, which provides the easiest and fastest way to select and specify the right control circuit fuse. Now, each Bussmann control circuit fuse has a unique, identifying color band that represents the fuse’s maximum voltage rating. Read more.
The larger outer diameter concrete forming tubes found in certain regions of the U.S. and Canada are typically “nested” or slipped over the outside of standard 18” or 24” tubes to save on shipping costs and storage space. Read more.
While the prospect of selling excess back to the grid is attractive in theory, it basically limits the way an array is utilized since in a purely grid-tied situation, when the grid goes down, the solar array stops producing. Read more.
Federal legislation effective July 14, 2014, ends the manufacturing of T8 linear fluorescent lamps. But your chance to capitalize on remaining inventory is just beginning! There are attractive T8 options to consider, but you need to act fast while supplies last.
Should we design lighting systems to Title 24 requirements even if we aren’t designing in California? What’s the worst that can happen? You might find out that it actually IS easy being green. The California Energy Commission estimates that the 2013 standard will result in 372 GWh/year in electricity savings. That’s for non-residential buildings in California alone! Read more.