Canadian Electrical Industry News Week

Stanpro

 

Lumen output range: 7862lm to 19,500lm. Input voltage: 120-277V or 347V. 4kV surge protection. This fixture is suitable for ambient temperature range of -40°C to +60°C. Class I, Division 2, Class II, Division 2 & Class III are rated T4A (will not exceed 120°C). Class I, Division 1 is rated T6 (will not exceed 85°C).

 

 

 

Stanpro

 

 Lumen output range: 4850lm to 12,231lm . Input voltage: 120-277V or 347V. 4kV surge protection. This fixture is suitable for ambient temperature range of -40°C to +50°C. Class I, Division 2 is rated T3C (will not exceed 160°C). Class II, Division 1 & Class III are rated T4A (will not exceed 120°C).

 

 

Stanpro

 

Lumen output range: 5295lm to 10,654lm. Input voltage: 120-277V. 4kV surge protection. This fixture is suitable for ambient temperature range of -40°C to +55°C . Class I, Division 2 is rated T4A (will not exceed 120°C) . Class II, Division 1 & Class III are rated T5 (will not exceed 100°C).

 

 

Hammond Manufacturing

 

Optimised for use in harsh industrial environments, the 1554 flat lid and 1555 styled lid ranges of ABS and UV stabilised polycarbonate enclosures from Hammond Manufacturing provide IP66 sealing and good mechanical protection. The light grey RAL 7035 enclosures are designed to house printed circuit boards or DIN rail mounted components.

 

 

Standard

 

Portable Flood Lights are easy to carry from one location to another as they are battery-powered and highly versatile. These fixtures can be used for commercial projects or smaller residential tasks.

 

 

Standard

 

STANDARD’S Trouble Light will provide direct lighting for a smaller, specific area. It can be hung using the hook, which leaves your hands free while performing a task. Multiple Trouble Lights can also be easily daisy-chained using the 25-foot (7.5 m) cable and the receptacle on the handle.

 

 

Standard

AWG cable for heavy duty applications. As they can be daisy-chained for longer runs, String Lights are ideal for jobsites where temporary lighting is needed for a wide area. Each socket is designed with a hanging hole to allow the installation of STANDARD S-hooks.

 

 

Standard

 

 

Replacing 400 W Metal Halide HID lamps and fixtures with our 150 W Temporary LED High Bay fixture is a cost-saving and energy-efficient solution. The Temporary High Bay provides 360° illumination and will ensure that the work area is safe and fully illuminated.

 

 

Eaton

 

The WaveLinx Tilemount daylight sensor (TMSWPD1) is an integral part of the WaveLinx Wireless Connected Lighting (WCL) System and offers 120-277VAC 3 amp zero crossing relay control and continuous 0-10V dimming control of LED and non-LED loads.

 

 

Eaton

 

The HALO Home Anyplace Bluetooth Dimmer allows for HALO Home Bluetooth Mesh compatible light fixtures to be controlled from a handheld remote controller, through the Bluetooth Mesh connection. The light fixture can be controlled from the remote controller or through the HALO Home mobile app, using a smart phone or other device.

 

 

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Electrician Forum Brought to you by Schneider Electric

As industry experts you know the products you use everyday better than anyone and should have input on what information you receive about products and what could improve them.

Therefore, we want your insight on the biggest challenges or issues you face when installing loadcentres, breakers (CAFI, GFI's…) and other surge protection devices. We ask that you do not provide product specific details but rather your general issues and concerns or any questions that have come to mind while working with these product types. Provide us with your valued expert insight into the issues you have faced so manufacturers can better inform you about the installation and use of these products. Lets generate some discussion that will help guide the Industry.

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Cloud

There has been a lot of talk about cloud computing and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) models these days but both are relatively new to the lighting industry. Let’s take a look at what they are as well as their roles in commercial lighting.

What is cloud computing?

Cloud computing is the on-demand delivery of compute power, database storage, and applications via the Internet with pay-as-you-go or subscription-based pricing. Cloud computing means that instead of all the computer hardware, software, and data that you are using sitting somewhere inside your company’s network, it’s provided and managed for you as a service by another company and you access it over the Internet. 

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Lumens

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Meeting people in our industry often comes with surprises. This was the case with Jean-Marc Myette, Business Development Manager of ABB’s Electrification Products Division and chair of the Board of Electro-Federation Canada’s Quebec section. Not only does he know the electrical industry down to the most minute product and technological innovations, he is also a professional car racer on sabbatical, and someone very involved in his business community and personal life.

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