Canadian Electrical Industry News Week

March 2 2016
Peerless Recessed LED

Peerless SDLC-L3 ACF LED is an efficient shallow, recessed architectural luminaire applying the most up-to-date LED technologies available in 1x4, 2x2, 2x4, metric and custom sizes. The luminaire is DLC qualified.

This ACF Version is wide-directional for “T” grid ceilings and has a 3 ¼” shallow fixture profile. The luminaire’s evenly distributed brightness assures uniform light distribution throughout the illuminated area. The space feels brighter and more naturally lit.

The contoured steel reflector and parallel frosted acrylic diffusers assembly is held within a hinged and latched frame. This luminaire is the ideal lighting solution for commercial office spaces, schools, hospitals or retail spaces.

Find out more: https://www.peerless-electric.com/product/sdlc-l3-1ac-recessed-direct-indirect/.

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Peerless LACH3 1×4, 2×2, 2×4 LED

 

 

 

Are You Ready For Winter?

Schneider

 

A special offer for you this season

Buy $350 worth of eligible Surge Protection Devices from Schneider Electric and get a free jacket. Hurry Now! Offer ends February 28th 2022.

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Top Recurring Revenue Business Ideas for Electricians

Simpro

We’ve all heard the saying, “Money doesn’t grow on trees.” Sadly, there’s no way to plant dollar bills for your electrical business that will grow into hundreds overnight (wouldn’t that be nice?).

While I can’t gift you a money tree, after talking to dozens of our electrical customers, I can tell you that one of the best ways to grow your business is through recurring revenue.

What is Recurring Revenue and Why Should Your Electrical Business Have It?

Recurring revenue is predictable, stable revenue that comes into your business at regular intervals. It helps you better maintain cash flow, reduce reliance on one-time sales and most importantly, allows you to forecast revenue so that you can make better decisions for the future of your business. 

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The EPLAN AdvantageWhat is EPLAN?

One platform, multiple solutions – the Eplan Platform offers engineering software such as Preplanning for systematic preliminary planning, Electric P8 for preparing circuit diagrams and Pro Panel for 3D enclosure planning, all from a single source. Standardised interfaces and integration processes enable continuous data flows throughout the value chain, with additional links to various system solutions from Rittal.

This year, EPLAN has introduced its new EPLAN Platform 2022 to help address challenges in the design, engineering and manufacturing phases of the panel building process...

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Changing Scene

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The 2021 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I (twenty-fifth edition) automatically comes into force on ...
The Ontario Electrical League (OEL) is celebrating 100 years of reliability within the electrical ...
ECAO and NECA have announced that on January 1 ECAO officially joined NECA as their 119th Chapter. ...
A virtual event hosted by CAF-FCA to engage employers about the business case for apprenticeship. ...
British Columbian organizations developing low-carbon building solutions can now apply for a third ...
More and more businesses, industries and people are going ‘grid independent.’ This means Licensed ...
CSA Group, a global leader in Testing, Inspection and Certification, has announced the opening of a ...
Sense announced a new standards-based open source effort to enable software to ...
In November, the 2021 Virtual AD Supplier Summit Industrial & Safety–Canada Division event saw ...
Electro-Federation Canada (EFC), through the support of its members, is proud to support university ...


EIN NECA ECAO 400ECAO and NECA have announced that on January 1 ECAO officially joined NECA as their 119th Chapter. Executive Director Graeme Aitken joined NECA CEO David Long on LinkedIn Live to announce the partnership.

Given the similarities between the two organizations, ECAO is looking to create more opportunities for its electrical contractor members and this further collaboration will allow them to facilitate that. As well as drawing on the educational opportunities that NECA can offer.

“What we’re looking for is integration, professionalism, but most importantly to expand our community."

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Canadian Electrical Contractor Discussion Group: Can You Count the Deficiencies?

EIN CECD 400Have you ever been called to fix the work of a 'handyman'?

"Was supposedly done by a"certified ' electrician....told the homeowner that he got a $266 permit....no record at TSBC. Can you count the deficiencies?"

"There is a second panel change in the triplex also.......even more deficiencies. Think the guy was a glorified handyman. Ones not obvious: 240 BB heat hooked up 120....drier on 2p20....range on 2p50....water heater fed with 2c14 Bx on 2p15."

Go HERE to join the discussion

 


 

Latest Articles

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Clarifies requirements for installing, altering, or adding to lightning protection systems. ...
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 ESABy Blake Marchand

This technical Q&A was done as part of ESA’s annual Licence Holder Meeting on November 18th. A recording of the entire meeting is available online. The technical Q&A began with a general overview of ESA’s top 5 changes provided to the 2021 Canadian Electrical Code by Malcom Brown. 

Following that, Brown goes through a number of questions submitted by LECs (Licenced Electrical Contractors), covering several topics, including EV energy management systems, GCFI and AFCI protection, nuisance tripping for washing machines and microwaves, smoke alarm requirements, and common inspection defects.

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Gator Hard CutterGreenlee, part of Emerson’s professional tools portfolio, introduces the new ESG45LX Gator Hard Metal Cutter, a tool solution for the high-voltage industry, featuring an industry-first shock-load damping system that minimizes released energy while making cuts.

The ESG45LX is ideal for overhead one-handed operation and cuts up to 1/2-inch Rebar (Schedule 60) and EHS Guy Strand and 5/8-inch Ground Rod and Standard Guy Strand. It has a compact, lightweight design, weighing less than eight pounds with battery, and is 33 percent lighter than an earlier model thanks to a redesigned flip-top style latch that reduces overall weight.

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Peers & Profiles

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Watt’s the Word is a recently launched Electrical Industry Podcast hosted by Zack Hartle and ...
Allana Kellett-Jamieson loves working in the electrical sector and is proud of the great focus ...
As the head of ABB Canada's electrification business unit, Éric Deschênes is no newcomer to the ...
Karen Pullen knows what it’s like to be the only woman on a construction site, and as a proud ...
As of February 2021, Martin Stephenson is the new President and CEO of Signify Canada.   ...
This past July, Kerith Richards, who has worked for Service Wire Company for the last seven years, ...
EngWorks was formed in 2004 as an electrical engineering and consulting firm by Allan Bozek, “After ...
Headquartered in Concord, Ontario, Mercury Lighting services national retail, ...
Among the recipients of the 2021 Clean50 Awards announced last month is Carolina Gallo, Vice ...
Sarah Silverstein is a principal with Liteline along side her two brothers Mark and Daniel. ...


Watt's The WordBy Blake Marchand

Charlie Harte is the Canadian President & CEO for LEDVANCE LLC, as well as holding the role of VP of Marketing & Customer Experience for the U.S. and Canada region. Harte was named as the Canadian President in February 2020 and not long after was also named as the VP of Marketing and Customer Experience. Our interview centered around his experience joining LEDVANCE right before the pandemic, how he approaches leadership, where LEDVANCE wants to find success, and his perspective on the broader industry.

Harte spent 30 years working for some top brands in the building materials industry where he honed a strong skill set in sales, marketing, strategic planning, business development, and leadership. He joined the organization a month before the global pandemic which provided a unique scenario. “You’re starting to lead an organization with whom you almost have no connection,” he noted.

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