Network Solutions

The Next Category Cable Is Here

Data transmission rates are burgeoning, and cabling is evolving almost as fast. Cat 6A’s successor, the much anticipated Category 8, is finally here – along with its ability to support 25 and 40GBASE-T networks. Read more...

Safety

The Easiest, All-in-One Device for National Electric Code (NEC) Receptacle Control Compliance

Provolt and NEC Compliance

If you’re looking to meet IECC 2012/2015, ASHRAE 90.1 2013/2016 or Title 24 2016 commercial energy control requirements, you’ll need to familiarize yourself with receptacle control. Read more...

Green

Measuring and Managing Energy to Score LEED V4 Points

Measuring and Managing Energy to Score LEED V4 Points

LEED V4 officially launched in November 2013, with more specific and deep-delving strategies for designing energy-smart and efficient spaces. LEED V4 is designed to provide a more holistic approach to sustainable building design with improved environmental outcomes and market sector improvements. Read more...

Safety

Need Help Navigating the NEC Code Changes? Captain Code to the Rescue!

NEC Code Changes

The National Electric Code has rolled out its 2017 changes—are you prepared? Reading code books can be tedious, but knowing the changes is critical for all electrical professionals. After all, if you don’t know the requirements, you could end up failing inspections and jeopardizing deadlines and cost estimates. Read more...

Network Solutions

Configuring Your Connected Home

Selecting the right components to support optimal home network performance can be a daunting challenge. With so many options to choose from, maintaining a balance of bandwidth, cost, and efficient use of space can be overwhelming. Read more...

Safety

30,000 Reasons to Improve Home Electrical Safety

30,000 Reasons to Improve Home Electrical Safety

We’ll get right to the point. Electricity is one of the greatest inventions in the modern world and makes life easier for everyone.  But we often take electricity for granted and forget to respect the potential dangers associated with electrical use in our homes.  Read more...

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