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Expo Showcases Affordable Home Control
Electrical and telecommunications equipment manufacturers at the Electronic House Expo, held March 2-5 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando,
ETI Introduces New Battery Testing Procedure
Electro-Test, Inc. (ETI), Danville, Calif., recently announced the latest battery testing services available for industrial and government facilities.
New Video System Brings High-Speed DSS, Cable TV, and CEBus Networks to Homes
OnQ Technologies, Harrisburg, Pa., recently introduced a new video system to distribute cable television (CATV), digital satellite services ...
Contractor Touts Outstanding Safety Record
As a result of its commitment to safety in the workplace, Sargent Electric Company's field forces have successfully performed 1,000,000 manhours of construction work ...
New Method to Test High-Performance Installations
Fluke Corp., Everett, Wash., recently announced it will offer an adaptive approach to verify compliance of installed cabling to the proposed Cat. 6 standard.The
New Online Service Makes Ordering Easier
GE Supply customers can place and track orders instantly over the Internet with GE Supply Net, the electrical distribution industry's first real-time
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EASA Convention Technical Sessions Planned
This year's Electrical Apparatus Service Association's (EASA) 2000 Convention, scheduled for April 2-5 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif.,
NetClerk Unveils Online Building Permit System
A provider of Web-based business services for the build and repair subcontracting industries, NetClerk, Inc., South San Francisco, recently announced
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New HarmonyPLUS Program Guarantees Total System Solutions
A new level of performance assurance of end-to-end structured cabling solutions, launched under the name HarmonyPLUS, is now available from Helix/HiTemp,
Analysts Forecast Limited Growth for Power Conditioners Market
According to a recent study by Frost & Sullivan, the U. S. power conditioner market is experiencing limited growth due to increased demand for alternative
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