Portable lighting fixture

Inspired by aircraft manufacturing needs, the Quad Light combines tool-free re-lamping, multiple mounting options, and integrated cord storage for temporary lighting, maintenance, and repair, and production finishing applications. It comes in two four-lamp models that use 17W or 32W T8 fluorescent lamps. Its high-impact components, polycarbonate shielding, and shock-absorbing supports make it possible to use the fixture in rough environments.

K&H Industries
For more information, visit www.khindustries.com.

All-in-one kits

The Deluxe Cable Service Kit is one of 30 all-in-one kits this company offers for electrical workers. Designed for datacom installers, it brings together a tone and probe testing system, punch down tool, a UTP/STP stripper, a pair of electrician’s scissors with stripping notches, a 5-in-1 screwdriver, a probe pic, and spudger. It also includes the Linkmaster UTP/STP twisted-pair wire tester and the Telemaster cutter, stripper, and crimper. The tools are packaged in this company’s leather Tuff-Tote carriers, pouches, and shoulder bags.

IDEAL Industries
For more information, visit www.idealindustries.com.

Roadway lighting breakaway system

The MG2 is FM rated IP68 to provide complete protection against dust, and it allows for continuous submersion in 6 ft of water when it’s capped or mated. The system consists of a molded distribution block, a fused pole plug with waterproof replaceable fuses, and a surge arrester. It’s designed so the pole cable will disconnect if the pole is knocked over, leaving the female plug above the ground.

For more information, visit www.jbn-duraline.com.

Circuit breaker finder

The CF12 circuit breaker finder calibrates itself and continuously adjusts sensitivity without user involvement as breakers are scanned. When the correct breaker is found, a green LED lights up and an audio signal alerts the user. The unit has two parts: a transmitter that plugs into a circuit via a standard outlet, which sends a signal down the wire connecting that circuit, and a receiver wand used to scan the circuit panel breakers. The receiver is powered by a 9V battery.

For more information, visit www.zircon.com.