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Cable Reels

Cable reels are spools used to store and carry cables. They keep the cables from getting tangled and they are used in a variety of industries

Electrical Plugs and Connectors

Electrical plugs and connectors allow electrical devices to be connected to the electric source

Outlet Boxes

Outlet Boxes provide protection against electric shock while using portable power cords

Pushbutton Pendant Stations

Pushbutton pendant stations are used to control industrial cranes and hoists as well as remote jog operation of industrial machines

Temporary Power Distribution

These devices provide Temporary Power Distribution to areas for a variety of purposes, such as outdoor events, military tents, concert venues, and more

Work Lighting and String Lighting

Work and String Lighting devices provide safe onsite lighting and power needs. They feature all weather construction to ensure safety in all conditions
 
Ericson Electrical Parts and Products Description
The Electrical Parts and Products in this category are used in a variety of electrical applications, including wire management, wire pulling, troubleshooting and more. They are used in a variety of industries, including industrial, electrical, automotive, fuel, aviation, agriculture, irrigation, firefighting, military and more.
 
Electrical Items Applications
  • Discharge dangerous static electricity build-up in hazardous environments
  • Make shop, garage, or other work areas safer
  • Building do-it-yourself (DIY) test leads
  • Device grounding
  • Fixed and temporary power distribution
  • Protect equipment
  • Protect personnel
Types of Electrical Items
  • Cable Reels. Cable reels are spools used to store and carry cables
  • Cable and Wire. Cables are made up of two or more wires that are bonded side by side, twisted, or braided. Wires consist of one strand or rod of metal
  • Electrical Cord.  An electrical cord consists of several electrical conductors held together with an outside coating
  • Electrical Jumpers and Pigtails. Electrical jumpers are small conductors used to close, bypass, or open part of an electrical circuit. Electric pigtails are short wires connected to electric devices as a lead or ground
  • Electrical Plugs and Connectors. Electrical plugs and connectors allow electrical devices to be connected to the electric source
  • Fluorescent Lighting Tester. Fluorescent lighting testers are used to troubleshoot bulbs, pins, and voltage of fluorescent lights   
  • Ground Fault Sensors. Ground Fault Sensors help protect people, products, and processes from damage by ground fault conditions by monitoring all current-carrying conductors in grounded systems
  • Line Splitters.  Line splitters provide a means to cleanly “open” a line cord in order to make clamp type current measurements
  • Lockout /Tagout. Lockout/tagout items are used to secure materials, processes, and jobsites.
  • Outlet Boxes . Outlet boxes provide protection against electric shock while using portable power cords
  • Pulling Products.  Pulling products include fish tape and pulling lubricants
  • Pushbutton Pendant Stations. Pushbutton pendant stations are used to control industrial cranes and hoists as well as remote jog operation of industrial machines
  • Receptacle Testers. Receptacle testers detect five separate faults: Open Ground, Open Neutral, Open Hot, Hot/Ground Reverse, and Hot/Neutral Reverse
  • Switches. Switches provide a compact, versatile means to disconnect, test, or measure devices and circuits    
  • Terminal Blocks and Strips. Terminal blocks and strips secure two or more wires together. They use a variety of techniques to open a circuit without disconnecting or disturbing the wiring
  • Terminals and Crimps. Crimp connectors and terminals are usually used to terminate stranded wire
  • Temporary Power Distribution. These devices provide temporary power distribution to areas for a variety of purposes, such as outdoor events, military tents, concert venues, and more
  • Wall Plates. Wall plates are metal plates that are used for attaching a bracket, wiring, or other device
  • Wire Management. These products help users manage wires used in various applications and include wire markers, cable ties, cable staples, and more
  • Wire Ties. Wire and cable ties are used for every day bundling and cable management
  • Work Lighting and String Lighting. These devices provide safe onsite lighting and power needs                       
Key Features of Electrical Items  to Consider
  • Performance in industrial indoor and outdoor applications (wet or dry)
  • Meets safety requirements
  • Impact, chemical & corrosion resistant construction
  • Accessories

Cable Reels

Cable reels are spools used to store and carry cables. They keep the cables from getting tangled, and they are used in a variety of industries, including industrial, electrical, automotive, fuel, aviation, agriculture, irrigation, firefighting, and more. Cable reels come in a variety of styles and sizes to meet a range of needs.
 
Cable Reel Applications
  • Store, carry, and discharge various types of cables
  • Discharge dangerous static electricity build-up in hazardous environments
  • Make shop, garage, or other work areas safer: A hose or cable left on the ground can be tripped over by employees or customers, potentially causing serious injury.
  • Eliminate hose or cable handling problems: Save time and increase efficiency.
  • Extend hose or cable life: Reduce costly repairs and downtime when hoses are damaged while left on the ground.
Key Features of Cable Reels to Consider
  • Excellent performance in industrial indoor and outdoor applications (wet or dry)
  • Built to NEMA 4 Standards/CSA certified
  • Conformance to UL, cUL, CSA, CE and/or similar international electrical safety standards
  • Variety of ring amp ratings from 35-150 Amps
  • All-Steel Pawl and Ratchet with 4 Locking Positions
  • Automatic Locking Ratchet With lockout Lever Option
  • Reel mounts to wall or ceiling
  • Compact size allows mounting in tight spaces
  • Feet are unfinished for maximum electrical contact
  • 100% unassisted spring retraction
How to Choose a Cable Reel

When choosing a cable reel, it is important to consider how it will be used. Ask yourself the following questions:
  • What type of cable or hose will be on the reel?
  • If a hose will be on the reel, what will you put through the hose (air, water, etc.)?
  • What is the maximum pressure (in P.S.I.) needed for operation?
  • How will you be using the cable or hose? (Will it be stretched, lifted, dragged, or retrieved?)
  • How far out will the hose or cable need to retract?
  • Is a ball stop required for the application?
  • Is an inlet hose assembly needed to connect hose reel and source of supply?

Cable and Wire 

Cables are made up of two or more wires that are bonded side by side, twisted, or braided. Wires consist of one strand or rod of metal. They are used in a variety of applications, such as lifting, hauling, towing, carrying electrical currents, and more. They come in a variety of sizes and styles to meet various needs.
 
Cable and Wire Applications
  • Building do-it-yourself (DIY) test leads
  • Lifting
  • Hauling
  • Carrying electrical currents
Types of Cable and Wire
  • PVC Jacket. PVC jacketed test lead wire is the choice for cost effective, high quality test leads and patch cords.
  • Silicone Jacket. Silicone is the best test lead jacket material, combining high flexibility, even at low temperatures, with resistance to burns and chemicals.
Key Features of Cable and Wire to Consider
  • PVC or silicone jacket
  • Meets the safety requirements of IEC 61010-031 CAT III

Electrical Cord    

An electrical cord consists of several electrical conductors held together with an outside coating. They are used by professionals as well as laymen in a variety of applications. They come in various sizes, styles, and colors to meet a range of needs.
 
Electrical Cord Applications
  • Homeowners
  • Electricians
  • Auto repair technicians
  • Construction
Key Features of Electrical Cords to Consider
  • Conformance to UL, cUL, CSA, CE and/or similar international electrical safety standards
  • Resistant to heat, sunlight, water acids, alkaloids, cold and flame
  • Excellent wear and tear resistance
  • Stranded copper conductors provide optimum flexibility, even with heavier gauge conductors
  • Standard color coding
  • A lighted connector that illuminates when there is power

Electrical Parts

Electrical Parts are electrical components used by electricians, electrical technicians, and hobbyists for designing, repairing, and construction of electrical assemblies. TEquipment.NET carries a wide assortment of Electrical Parts such as panel cooling fans, keypads, buzzers, diodes, and more.

Electrical Jumpers and Pigtails        

Electrical jumpers are small conductors used to close, bypass, or open part of an electrical circuit. Two main types include those designed for tubular contacts and those designed for straw screw contacts. They are available in medium and heavy duty.
 
Electric pigtails are short wires connected to electric devices as a lead or ground. Stranded pigtail lead wires are convenient for device grounding applications. They reduce stress on the device, wires, and connection.
 
Applications of Electrical Jumpers and Pigtails
  • Device grounding
  • Set up circuit boards and computer motherboards
  • Reduce stress on the device, wires, and connection
  • Device bonding
Key Features of Electrical Jumpers and Pigtails
  • Ultra-flexible lead wire tucks easily into box
  • Heavy-duty fork terminal attaches easily to grounding screw
  • Reduces time required for device bonding
  • Reduces stress on device, wires and connection
  • Ensures compliance with NEC standards
  • Brass-alloy terminals with locking tabs for fast, efficient device connection
  • Conformance to UL, cUL, CSA, CE and/or similar international electrical safety standards
  • Custom tails available

Electrical Plugs and Connectors

Electrical plugs and connectors allow electrical devices to be connected to the electric source.  They are designed to do their best under the worst conditions in a broad array of the most severe food processing, industrial, marine, construction and petro-chemical work environments.
 
Electrical Plugs and Connectors Applications
  • Food processing
  • Pulp and paper mills
  • Refineries and Petro Chem Facilities
  • Ship yards
  • Utilities
  • Marine
  • Low-voltage hand lamps and matching transformers
  • Data acquisition/logging equipment to detect level and flow measurements on tanks and valves
  • Sensitive electronic equipment that must be used on voltage regulated circuits
Types of Electrical Plugs and Connectors
  • NEMA – NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association) plugs and connectors are the most commonly used plugs and connectors in North America, as well as some other countries. NEMA 5–15R outlets are found in almost every home and building in the United States.
  • Non-NEMA –Non-NEMA configurations are commonly called the “crowsfoot” or twistlock. They are widely used in critical applications that require equipment to be plugged into a specific electrical system to ensure proper function or to prevent equipment damage.
Key Features of Electrical Plugs and Connectors to Consider
  • Exclusive "SMART" monitoring plugs and connectors
  • Exclusive "Crowsfoot" styles for low voltage 
  • All weather and 6P submersible connections
  • Conformance to UL, cUL, CSA, CE and/or similar international electrical safety standards
  • Tongue & groove sealing system provides environmental protection
  • Keyed body and cover for easy alignment/assembly
  • Color coded sealing bushings are provided to fit a variety of cord diameters
  • Removable/replaceable self-retained sealing cap provided with connector to keep out contaminants when not in use
  • Impact, chemical & corrosion resistant construction

Fluorescent Lighting Tester     

Fluorescent Lighting testers are used to troubleshoot bulbs, pins, and voltage of fluorescent lights. These devices help users quickly determine whether the problem is the pins, bulb, voltage, or ballast. They save time and money by helping users do their jobs faster and more efficient.
 
Fluorescent Lighting Tester Applications
  • Building maintenance
  • Troubleshooting
  • Voltage detection
Key Features of Fluorescent Lighting Tester  to Consider  
  • Built-in VolTect™ non-contact voltage detection
  • Lamp and filament test to check fluorescent light bulbs
  • Simple one-handed, single button operation
  • Ultra compact design to fit in your pocket
  • Removable, retractable, highly responsive antenna included to test lights and voltage without a ladder
  • Compatible with all fluorescent (electroluminescent) light bulbs
  • Insulated antenna sleeve and tip provided to safely extend and retract during use
  • Built-in LED flashlight illuminates dark work spaces
This video shows how to troubleshoot fluorescent kighting with the Amprobe LT-10. It features a 48” removable, retractable, highly responsive antenna to test difficult to reach areas without a ladder.  This pocket-size device has an easy three step process: 1.Check if fluorescent light bulb is damaged with LAMP and PIN TEST functions 2.Verify if voltage is present at the ballast with VolTect™ non-contact voltage detection 3.If light bulb passes the test in step 1 and the voltage is present in step 2, but the lamp is still not working, then replace ballast.
 
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Ground Fault Sensors      

Ground Fault Sensors help protect people, products, and processes from damage by ground fault conditions by monitoring all current-carrying conductors in grounded systems.  Using the “Zero Sum” Operating Principle, as soon as current leaks to ground (fault condition) the two currents become imbalanced and a net magnetic field results. These sensors monitor this field and trip alarm contacts when the leakage rises above a set point.
 
Ground fault sensors are used in a variety of applications, including personal protection and equipment protection. They come in a variety of sizes and styles to meet a range of needs.
 
Ground Fault Sensors Applications
  • Personal protection:
  • Equipment Protection
  • Eliminate nuisance tripping
  • Meets requirements as stipulated by governmental and industrial regulatory groups for ground fault sensing
  • Replace bulky two-piece sensor solutions that require separate CTs or relay modules
  • Use with shunt trip breakers to provide total ground fault protection to sensitive machine electronics.
  • Detect ground faults in resistance/impedance heating, industrial automation and control, theatrical lighting, portable power distribution, and snow melt/heat trace applications
  • Sense progressive levels of ground fault in motors or heating systems to detect deterioration prior to catastrophic failure.
Key Features of Ground Fault Sensors to Consider
  • N.O./N.C. solid-state switch or mechanical relay outputs
  • Normally energized or normally de-energized contacts
  • Noise Immunity option for use in EMI/RFI sensitive environments
  • Applicable on single- and three-phase systems
  • Ideal for use with shunt trip breakers
  • Magnetically isolated from monitored circuit and control power.
  • UL, CE approved
  • Finger-safe Terminals for Worry-free Installation and Operation
  • Uses “Zero Sum” Operating Principle to reliably sense imbalance in magnetic fields associated with current leakage to ground

Line Splitters  

Line Splitters provide a means to cleanly “open” a line cord in order to make clamp type current measurements. When connected between the wall outlet and the device under test, a clamp meter can then be clamped around one of the two test openings in the splitter. One opening provides a one-to-one current reading and the other provides a times-ten (X10) reading so that small current will display with better resolution on a clamp meter. These devices make reading current easy and safe.
 
Line Splitters Applications
  • Splits two conductor line cord to permit amps measurement with Clamp-On
  • Allows direct current reading in 1X mode
  • Increases sensitivity of current measurement in 10X mode
  • Provides easy and safe measurements of current without the need to cut off the plug and separate the conductors
Types of Line Splitters
  • 2-way
  • 3-way
Key Features of Line Splitters to Consider
  • Provides easy and safe measurements of current without the need to cut off the plug and separate the conductors
  • Plugging the power connector into the Line Splitter separates the hot/live conductor from the neutral (and ground)
  • Some models features voltage check function
  • Some models voltmeter output jacks for simultaneous voltage measurement
  • Up to 15 Amps continuous current (up to 20 Amps for one minute maximum)
  • Plugs directly to an outlet or can be connected with test leads adapter
  • Can be connected in series with permanently wired equipment
  • Limited Life Time Warranty in some models

Lockout / Tagout      

Lockout/Tagout items are used to secure materials, processes, and jobsites. They come in a variety of sizes and styles to meet a range of needs. Their purpose is to protect equipment and individuals by posting warning of danger and preventing unauthorized individuals from accessing the items or area. 
 
Lockout/Tagout Applications
  • Allow up to six workers to lockout a single energy source
  • Insure maximum security for complex work team situations
  • Dedicated safety lockout device reduces confusion with other locks
  • Lockout quarter turn valves of varying sizes and geometries
  • Lock valves in on, off, or throttled position
  • Lockout 3, 4 and 5 way valves
  • Prevent cord from being plugged into an outlet
  • Lock switch in either on or off position
  • Post warning to keep people away from dangerous areas
  • Meet regulatory requirements
  • Use for protection, location and identification of underground utility installations
Types of Lockout/Tagout
  • Hasps
  • Group Lock Box
  • Padlocks
  • Tags
  • Lockout devices: universal ball valve lockout, electric plug lockout, universal multi-pole breaker lockout, wall switch, single-pole breaker
  • Kits
  • Lock Station
  • Safety signs, such as “DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE", "OSHA REGULATION", "DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE KEEP OUT", “NOTICE...IN ACCORDANCE WITH OSHA", and "DANGER BREAKERS LOCKED OUT".
  • Caution tapes: barricade tape, non-detectable underground tapes, detectable underground tapes
  • Locking cable
Key Features of Lockout/Tagout to Consider
  • Constructed for long-term durability
  • Labels accept pens, pencils and permanent marker
  • Heavy-duty steel construction resists unauthorized entry and job site abuse
  • Includes two keys
  • Ideal for corrosive and tough environments
  • Multiple colors for easy identification
  • High-visibility lettering
  • Laminated plastic tags with non-fade legends resist corrosive and harsh environmental conditions
  • Exceeds OSHA 50 lb. pullout requirement
  • Cannot be removed without key
  • Meets regulatory requirements

Outlet Boxes    

Outlet boxes provide protection against electric shock while using portable power cords. They come in a variety of styles and sizes to meet a range of needs.
 
Key Features of Outlet Boxes
  • Rugged and durable
  • Crush proof and resistant to jobsite oils
  • High-visibility dual-color safety system for easy identification on the jobsite
  • Seals out dirt, dust and other contaminants
  • Accommodates wide range of devices
  • Extra-deep box provides additional wiring space, perfect for use with #12/3 cord and larger
  • Available as pendant and feed-through boxes
  • Available with a wide range of cover plates and a full range of replacement parts
  • Spring-loaded flip seal covers protect receptacle when not in use

Pulling Products

Pulling products include fish tape and pulling lubricants. They are used for wire pulling.               
 
Types of Pulling Products
  • Fish Tape and Accessories.Fish tape is used to route new wiring through walls and electrical conduit. It can be manipulated through confined spaces. The tape usually has a special end designed to the cable before pulling. It comes various sizes to meet a range of needs. Cases are available to make using the fish tape easier.
 Applications of Fishing Tape
  1. Phone wire
  2. Network cables
  3. Speaker wire
Key Features of Fish Tape to Consider
  1. Laser etched in 12 inch increments to provide instant conduit length
  2. Will not rust or corrode in damp locations or humid environments
  3. Super clean finish prevents marks on walls or carpets
  4. Translucent, impact-resistant case shows precisely how much tape is left.
  5. Unique non-slip handle with fingertip grooves provide sure handling even while wearing gloves.
  6. Up, down, over or around - omni-directional, round cable design simplifies pulls with superior snaking capabilities and won't get caught no matter how many twists and turns.
  7. Easy-in, easy-out case refills quickly.
  8. Non-conductive tape designed for use around live circuits
  • Pulling Lubricants. Pulling lubricants produce a low amount of friction for wire and cable pulling. It makes the pulling easier and safer.
Key Features of Pulling Lubricants to Consider
  1. High cling factor
  2. Maximum friction reduction
  3. Specification grade
  4. Compatible with all popular cable types
  5. Temperature stable
  6. Environmentally safe - non-toxic, non-flammable and non-corrosive UL listed
  7. Non-combustible residue

Pushbutton Pendant Stations          

Pushbutton pendant stations are used to control industrial cranes and hoists as well as remote jog operation of industrial machines. They come in a variety of styles to meet various needs. Models with 1, 2, or 3 speed buttons are available, and they are designed to meet regulatory standards.
 
Applications of Pushbutton Pendant Stations
  • Controlling industrial cranes and hoists
  • Remote jog operation of industrial machines
 
Key Features of Pushbutton Pendant Stations
  • Compact, lightweight, ergonomic design
  • Made of high impact ABS resin
  • High visibility safety yellow color
  • NEMA TYPE 4 waterproof rating
  • Internal and external strain relief
  • Variable diameter cable bushing with clamp accommodates a wide range of cable sizes
  • Easy-to-push pressure switches
  • Shock resistance
  • Conformance to UL, cUL, CSA, CE and/or similar international electrical safety standards
  • Available in 2 to 12 button configurations
  • Neoprene boots surround buttons to seal out dirt and moisture
  • Two-piece enclosure simplifies field wiring
  • Soft pressure and positive indent switches provide optimum tactile feedback so you can feel when switch has been engaged
  • NEMA TYPEs 1, 3, 4, 4X and 12 along with IP67 suitability enclosure ratings
  • Available with 1, 2, or 3, speed buttons                            

Receptacle Testers          

Receptacle testers detect five separate faults: Open Ground, Open Neutral, Open Hot, Hot/Ground Reverse, and Hot/Neutral Reverse. They are used to test GFCI circuits and 3-wire receptacles, and they confirm proper wiring and operation of AC sockets. Receptacle testers are available in various styles to meet a range of needs.
 
Receptacle Testers Applications
  • Test GFCI circuits
  • Test for faulty wiring in 3-wire receptacles
  • Detect five wiring faults:  Open Ground, Open Neutral, Open Hot, Hot/Ground Reverse, and Hot/Neutral Reverse.
  • Confirm proper wiring and operation of AC socket
Key Features of Receptacle Testers to Consider
  • Tests GFCI circuits and for faulty wiring in 3-wire receptacles
  • Lights indicate circuit condition
  • Conformance to UL, cUL, CSA, CE and/or similar international electrical safety standards
  • Gives instant display of wiring conditions of any standard 3-wire 110VAC Outlet
  • Snap-on probes fit into receptacle for easy one-hand operation                            

Switches      

Switches provide a compact, versatile means to disconnect, test, or measure devices and circuits. They are used in a variety of applications and come in various styles and sizes to meet a range of needs. They makes the user’s job easier and safer.
 
Switch Applications
  • Instant indication of equipment status
  • Provides enhanced field loss protection
  • Signals over-current before equipment fails
  • Instant status of motors, lamps and other loads
  • Monitors battery output
  • Detects jams and overloads
  • Interlocks multiple conveyor sections
  • Switch AC power ON and OFF using low voltage control circuit
Types of Switches
  • Relay Switches 
  • Reed Switch
  • Current Switch
  • Test Switch
Key Features of Switches to Consider
  • Built in transformer, no step down transformers necessary
  • Single relay can be controlled by multiple switches and multiple relays can be controlled by single switch
  • Designed to handle harsh industrial environments
  • Built-in Mounting Feet
  • Self-powered
  • Adjustable Set point
  • Conformance to UL, cUL, CSA, CE and/or similar international electrical safety standards

Terminal Blocks and Strips             

Terminal Blocks and Strips secure two or more wires together. They allow wiring to be centralized and make it easier to maintain complex circuits. Terminal blocks and strips use a variety of techniques to open a circuit without disconnecting or disturbing the wiring. They make working with the systems safer and easier. Terminal blocks and strips come in a variety of sizes and styles to meet a range of needs.
 
Key Features of Terminal Blocks and Strips to Consider
  • Number of Circuits: 4, 6, 8, 10, 12
  • Rugged base eliminates breakage
  • Wire size accepted wire
  • Corrosion resistant surface plates
  • Accessory jumpers available
  • Torque Rating of 3.5 in-lbs
  • Recessed screws and tubular contacts
  • Conformance to UL, cUL, CSA, CE and/or similar international electrical safety standards 
  • Rated temperature to 105 degrees C                          

Terminals and Crimps     

Crimp connectors and terminals are used to terminate wire. Common types include ring terminals, spade terminals, female and male disconnects, butt splices, and parallel splices.  They make the user’s job easier and safer and come in a variety of styles and sizes to meet a range of needs.
 
Terminals and Crimps Applications
  • Make fast, permanent, pressure-type connections
  • Provide high dielectric and physical protection
Types of Terminals and Crimps
  • Crimp Connectors
  • Ring Terminals
  • Spade Terminals
  • Female Disconnects
  • Male Disconnects
  • Butt Splices
  • Parallel Splices
  • Pre-Insulated Crimp Connectors
  • Buchanan Termend Terminals
  • Term-a-Nut Terminal
Key Features of Terminal and Crimps to Consider
  • Conformance to UL, cUL, CSA, CE and/or similar international electrical safety standards
  • Will not vibrate loose when securely crimped
  • Cap and loop design eliminates need for tape
  • Easy to install

Temporary Power Distribution       

These devices provide temporary power distribution to areas for a variety of purposes, such as outdoor events, military tents, concert venues, and more.  They allow the user to centralize and distribute temporary power safely.
 
Temporary Power Distribution Applications
  • Industrial, commercial and residential construction projects
  • General maintenance and repair work (MRO) in industrial facilities
  • Temporary power distribution at carnivals, circuses, fairs & similar events
  • Convention centers to distribute power for exhibitions & maintenance
  • Photo studios to distribute power to flash & other photographic equipment
  • Military / Civilian Temp Power for Tents and Demonstrations
  • Rental Events
  • Large Media and Concert Venues
Key Features of Temporary Power Distribution to Consider
  • Outdoor version
  • Circuit breaker and Class A GFCI protected circuits
  • All steel construction for use job after job
  • Powder coated inside and out to prevent corrosion
  • Field repairable by qualified electrician
  • All-weather capable
  • Built to military requirements

Wall Plates      

Wall Plates are metal plates that are used for attaching a bracket, wiring, or other device. They come in a variety of colors (ivory, white, and almond) and styles to meet a range of needs.
 
Types of Wall Plates
  • Single
  • Dual
  • Combo

Wire Management   

Wire Manangement products help users manage wires used in various applications and include wire markers, cable ties, cable staples, and more. They are designed to help users identify items and keep materials and work areas tidy, safe, and efficient.
 
Wire Management Applications
  • Identify junction boxes, raceways, pipe and fuse boxes
  • Bundling
Types of Wire Management
  • Wire Markers – solid letters, solid numbers, write on
  • Wire Marker Cards --- solid letters, solid numbers, write on
  • Wire Marker Dispensers -- Convenient pocket-size case holds 10 wire marker rolls. Dispenser tab holds tapes firmly in place and allows removal of proper tape length without waste.
  • Voltage & Conduit Markers -- Identify junction boxes, raceways, pipe and fuse boxes.
  • Cable Ties – multi-purpose, various colors, sizes, and strengths, UL recognized
  • Cable Tie Installation Tools – standard model, heavy duty model, and economy model; provides consistent, positive tension; doesn’t damage nearby wires or components
  • Cable Staples – various sizes; sharp point legs drive straight without splitting wood; smooth plastic saddle prevents damage to cable
  • Marking pens --- fast-drying, permanent ink will not smear;  use on write-on marker cards and write-on cable tie marker plates     

Wire Ties     

Wire and Cable Ties are used for every day bundling and cable management. They come in a variety of colors, sizes, and strengths to meet a range of needs.
 
Wire Ties Applications
  • Bundling
  • Cable management
Key Features of Wire Ties to Consider
  • Exceeds industry tensile strength ratings
  • Lowest insertion force with the highest tensile strength
  • Rounded edges eliminate insulation damage
  • Conformance to UL, cUL, CSA, CE and/or similar international electrical safety standards

Work Lighting and String Lighting

Work and String Lighting devices provide safe onsite lighting and power needs. They feature all weather construction to ensure safety in all conditions. The two main types include portable light towers and stringlights. Portable light towers are perfect for lighting wide areas such as large stadiums. Stringlights are designed for rapid set up and tear down. Both are easy to use.
 
Work Lighting and String Lighting Applications
  • Safe onsite lighting and power needs
  • Lighting wide areas such as large stadiums
  • Meet regulatory requirements
Types of Work Lighting and String Lighting

Portable Light Towers
  • Produce onsite wide area lighting with large stadium style 1000 Watt MH lamps and power distribution with a 20Amp GFCI Duplex receptacle
  • Fully adjustable light heads and safety locking pins on the tower
  • All weather construction and design ensures safe power and lighting in all conditions.
  • Single power cord supplies all outlets and light ballasts. Each light is powered by independent ballasts.
Stringlights
  • Designed for applications that require rapid set up/tear-down
  • Easy relamping with non-conductive, snap-open cage guard
  • Built-in hanger for easy installation with messenger cable or hooks
  • Meets OSHA construction site requirements
  • Meets NEC requirements for temporary lighting
Key Features of Work Lighting and String Lighting to Consider
  • Fully Adjustable Directional Lighting
  • All Weather Construction
  • Meets OSHA construction site requirements
  • Meets NEC requirements for temporary lighting
  • Ready to use - all bulbs installed and factory tested before shipment
  • Lights are close to "T" drops - less overhead bump accidents
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