AEMC’s AmpFlex AC current sensor is a flexible Rogowski coil and an electronic module. It permits measurements on conductors where standard clamp-on probes cannot be used and can be installed in tight spaces, around cable bundles, around wide or large bus bars, or wrapped around irregular shapes.
Leviton’s commercial-grade smart wallbox sensor features a 1,000W dimming model for phase cut applications, a nonneutral switching model and multiway capabilities for up to five devices. It features digital PIR and lens technology to detect minor motion up to 400 sq. ft. and major motion up to 1,100 sq. ft.
Seco-Larm’s wave-to-open sensor uses infrared technology to request egress from a protected area or activate a device with the wave of a hand. It is designed for use in hospitals, clinics, labs and other places where there is a high risk of contamination.
Eaton’s humidity sensor controls the humidity level by detecting excess humidity in damp areas; it activates the ventilation fan when moisture is present and turns the fan off when the humidity level has dropped. The fan can also be manually controlled for immediate ventilation needs.
STI’s NoTouch stainless steel infrared switch series helps eliminate the spread of germs in any public building. The button is constructed of corrosion-resistant stainless steel, and the faceplate is slightly oversized for retrofit applications to cover marks from a previous install.
Ridgid’s SeekTech SR-60 locator enables users to trace any frequency from 10 Hz to 490 kHz. It traces energized lines and sondes (beacons) simultaneously. It weights 5.1 lbs. and comes with a hard, plastic carrying case, surface markers and clips.