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  • November 2002
    Hadco’s 2002 Nightlife Landscape Lighting catalog includes all the information needed to enhance residential and commercial landscapes.
    November 2002
    The Labor-Saver recessed can from Ruud Lighting is designed to do what the name advertises: save time.
    November 2002
    Hallbrook Extended luminaires from Holophane have a larger diameter (301/4 inches) and greater depth (231/2 inches) than the company’s standard Hallbrook fixtures.
    November 2002
    Starfire Lighting Co. introduces The Palette.
    November 2002
    Juno Lighting’s new 4-in. PAR IC1 downlight enables installation in a greater variety of insulated plenums that are restricted by space.
    November 2002
    CCT Arc, Targetti North America’s series of high-powered, rotatable, recessed-ceiling downlights, is designed for a wide range of use.
    November 2002
    Ledalite’s new Meso X incorporates the company’s award-winning MesoOptics optical control technology.
    November 2002
    Venture Lighting’s new 875-watt Uni-Form pulse-start metal halide system is an alternative to traditional 1,000-watt systems.
    November 2002
    Advance Transformer Co. has incorporated automatic-reset thermal protection in its linear-reactor ballasts for pulse-start metal halide lamps.
    November 2002
    While meat-and-potatoes testers like clamp-ons and multimeters can do the job for many electricians most of the time, there are specialty testers that may benefit users exponentially some of the time.
    October 2002
    Though longtime staples of electricians, corded power tools continue to evolve into ever-more effective, efficient workhorses.
    September 2002
    In an ideal world with perfectly sized buildings, conduit would install in standard lengths.
    August 2002
    Growing numbers of electrical contractors are testing for power and power quality for their customers, looking to prevent or minimize unwanted consequences of harmonics and voltage transients.
    July 2002
    All conduit bending requires the aid of a tool.

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  • November 2002
    The 20/20 Magnet Mount from Luxo Corp. provides handy, adjustable, glare-free lighting for panel-system workstations in a range of corporate, professional and home offices.
    November 2002
    McGill’s lamp changers fit most incandescent lamps, plus many mercury, metal halide and sodium lamp models.
    November 2002
    Monte Carlo, a maker of fans and fan lights, has a new 116-page catalog that showcases its fan and fanlight collection.
    November 2002
    Osram Sylvania introduces a variety of Quicktronic universal voltage electronic lamp and ballast systems for simple and flexible ballast choices.
    November 2002
    The Paradigm PDM-24, from Quality Lighting, is made for illuminating outdoor venues. Mounting arms can be specified to handle one to four luminaire heads for an array of uses.  
    November 2002
    The Labor-Saver recessed can from Ruud Lighting is designed to do what the name advertises: save time.
    November 2002
    Starfire Lighting Co. introduces The Palette.
    November 2002
    CCT Arc, Targetti North America’s series of high-powered, rotatable, recessed-ceiling downlights, is designed for a wide range of use.
    November 2002
    Advance Transformer Co. has incorporated automatic-reset thermal protection in its linear-reactor ballasts for pulse-start metal halide lamps.
    November 2002
    While meat-and-potatoes testers like clamp-ons and multimeters can do the job for many electricians most of the time, there are specialty testers that may benefit users exponentially some of the time.
    October 2002
    Though longtime staples of electricians, corded power tools continue to evolve into ever-more effective, efficient workhorses.
    September 2002
    In an ideal world with perfectly sized buildings, conduit would install in standard lengths.
    August 2002
    Growing numbers of electrical contractors are testing for power and power quality for their customers, looking to prevent or minimize unwanted consequences of harmonics and voltage transients.
    July 2002
    All conduit bending requires the aid of a tool.

    Pages