Nonmetallic cable splice and tap

The NM Splice and Tap technology provides a fast and reliable way to connect 12 AWG and 14 AWG circuits using nonmetallic (NM) cable. It eliminates the need for junction boxes, covers, fittings, and wire nuts. It’s approved for use in a variety of applications, including residential branch circuits, manufactured housing, and pre-fabricated building structures. When adding new circuits in residential applications, NM connectors eliminate both the need to cut into the existing wiring and the extra junction boxes and associated hardware required for the tap connection.

AMP Netconnect, a division of Tyco Electronics

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Multi-function electrical testers

The GT-540 and GT-220 multi-function electrical testers feature auto selection mode that allows electricians to measure AC/DC voltage in low impedance mode. It also measures resistance and continuity. These testers are designed to provide safety, performance, and comfort in commercial, industrial, utility, and residential applications. Other features include a low battery indicator and an automatic power off for long battery life.

Greenlee Textron

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Compact band saw

The X-Band saw uses an 18V rechargeable battery to cut through copper, galvanized and black pipe, conduit, PVC, and wood as wide as 2.5 in. The 8-lb saw requires just one hand to operate, freeing the other hand to guide material through the saw and ensuring an accurate cut. It also comes equipped with a 21,000-rpm motor, a bi-metal blade, and a quick-change blade release.

Stout Tool Corp.

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Plug and connector products

The Turnlok and Extra-Hard Use (EHU) ground continuity monitoring plug and connector products meet the safety standards of the industrial and electrical contracting marketplace. The 15A and 20A straight blade and 15A, 20A, and 30A Turnlok products have LED indication that offers safe circuit indication for end-users in commercial, industrial MRO, and OEM settings. Dual LEDs glow through the outside of the device face to indicate power, proper grounding, and other potential hazardous wiring conditions. Each device bears a bright yellow label that clarifies the wiring conditions indicated by each LED.

Pass & Seymour

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