Systems

 

 

Integrated electrical and low-voltage systems of all types—inside and outside a building—encompass the range of work that electrical contractors do. The articles in this section highlight different types of work, from security, fire and life safety, to traditional electrical power and distribution, to lighting, cabling and more. 

The term integrated electronic security system (ESS) is intended to cover many different types of systems that interact with each other to form a single security solution.

The meters installed at Logan Airport monitor the use of steam, hot and chilled water, and pumped condensate in order to identify trends, make adjustments based on feedback and save data.

The devil, as they say, is in the details. When it comes to reducing energy use and cutting costs at a national and international airport, which details do you target?

Since fiber optics is growing in market share for all kinds of applications, 
I am hearing more stories about problems with installations. At The Fiber Optic Association, I handle most of the technical inquiries, so I tend to see the trends develop.

Founded in 1963, San Diego-based Saturn Electric started out exclusively as a full-service electrical contractor. Ron Dudek purchased the company in 1977, and 20 years later, Ron’s son, Tim, joined the firm. In 2005, Tim became president.

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What's New In Standards Land?
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After what seemed like an eternity for those of us working on the various power quality working groups and task forces of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Power and Energy Society, a number of standards have been completed.

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Capturing Lightning In A Bottle
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Efficient electric energy storage (EES) has always been both technically challenging and expensive, like capturing lightning in a bottle.

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It's A Process!
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Providing fire alarm system design services can prove troublesome for some contractors.

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The New Wireless Standard In Town
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As wireless deployments continue to keep electrical contractors (ECs) busy, installers are seeing increased diversity in the type and scope of these projects. One reason is the greater reliance on wireless networks. Another is the introduction of the latest wireless standard, 802.11ac.

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Linked Together
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The drive for networked building controls aimed at lowering energy costs and boosting efficiency is changing the market for providers. Business is growing as companies become installers and service providers in this industry.

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Safety In Numbers
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The term integrated electronic security system (ESS) is intended to cover many different types of systems that interact with each other to form a single security solution.

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The meters installed at Logan Airport monitor the use of steam, hot and chilled water, and pumped condensate in order to identify trends, make adjustments based on feedback and save data.
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