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Remote switch operator
The ChickenSwitch is a portable device for remotely operating pistol grip control switches on electrically operated metal-clad switchgear. A 30-ft control cable connects the actuator to the operator station and allows breakers to be manipulated from outside the arc-flash boundary zone. It works with most manufacturers' switches and uses magnets to attach to the metal cabinet.
The Motorola i325 IS handset provides off-network communications capabilities. The handset is approved for use where flammable gases or vapors may exist, and it meets military specifications for resistance to blowing rain, dust, shock, vibration, high/low temperatures and pressure, solar radiation, humidity, and salt fog. It features a color display, Java and GPS technology, a rubber overmold, a sealed bottom connector cover, and a fixed antenna.
Developed for outdoor area and street lighting, the Sure-LOK system replaces the standard welds between a light pole and its base with a multi-piece concealed locking system that allows the pole to flex without snapping. The system keeps poles stable and connected to their bases in high wind and other environmental conditions. It consists of two-sided, wrap-around extruded-aluminum faceplates, two extruded-aluminum tenons, a base plate with washers and nylon locknuts, and a washer plate with four 12-in. hexagonal screws.
Brimz safety eyewear clips to the bill of a cap or visor. Made from hard-coated polycarbonate material, the lens is scratch- and shatter-resistant and has a wrap-around design that offers protection from all angles.
Brimz Clip and Flip Eyewear
With 32 alarm tones and an LED lamp, the Select-Alert multi-purpose strobe and alarm can be used as an alert for any emergency situation. Users have a choice of either a 100-dB or 85-dB alarm with alarm times of 15 sec, 30 sec, 60 sec, or continuous. The device is constructed of polycarbonate and is powered by a 9V battery or external 12-30VDC supply.
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