Greenlee

October 23, 2017

  • Professional all-in-one cutter/stripper for coaxial and twisted pair cables
  • Cuts and strips multiple cable types: Coax: RG6, RG6 Quad and RG59, Twisted Pair (UTP/STP): Cat6, Cat5e and Cat5
  • Easy-to-use combination cutter/stripper
  • Adjustable stripping blade for UTP/STP accommodates different insulation thicknesses without damaging conductors
  • Self-regulating cassette blade prevents nicks
  • Coax blade cassette is removable to adjust stripping depth of both blades with hex key included (Note: Hex key stores securely in bottom of tool)
  • Contoured finger grips for cutting power
  • Lanyard hole for wrist strap, key chain, etc.
  • Application : For Cutting And Stripping RG6, RG6 Quad And RG59 Coaxial Cables, Cat6, Cat5e And Cat5 Twisted Pair (UTP/STP) Cables
  • Blade Type : Adjustable
  • Handle Type : Contoured Finger Grip
  • Overall Length : 4.530 IN (115.000 MM)
  • Sub Brand : SureStrip
  • Type : Combo
  • Weight : 2.500 OZ (71.000 GM)

http://www.greenlee.com/products/UTP%2540FCOAX-CUTTER%2540FSTRIPPER.html?product_id=17697


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Schneider Electric

June 25, 2018

Sponsored by Schneider Electric

Today we are all concerned with the energy we consume within our homes. But how many truly understand the ins and outs of home energy use, and where exactly does the electrician and the development of energy management systems come into play. There is much to consider when discussing home energy use. The consumer first off needs to be informed about energy use, how it is calculated and ultimately billed if they are to make changes to their energy consumption rates. But in terms of educating consumers does the residential electrician have a role? And beyond that are manufacturers developing products designed to help electricians and consumers better understand residential energy use? Throughout this article we will deal with each of these important questions.

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Schneider

A new “future ready” circuit breaker from Schneider Electric is described by the company as the next generation of power distribution for the Internet of Things (IoT) era. Masterpact MTZ increases efficiency and can adapt to ever-evolving needs for safety, reliability and sustainability. The world is becoming more connected, electric, digitized, decarbonized, and decentralized, says Schneider Electric. Power distribution is facing new regulations, becoming more seamless and connected. 

Masterpact MTZ is the latest in a series of circuit breaker innovations, following Masterpact M, and then Masterpact NT/NW.

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Jeremy Herrington

Total Electrical Solutions was founded in 2013 by Jeremy Herrington in Quispamsis, on the outskirts of Saint John, New Brunswick. Since 2013 Jeremy has steadily grown Total Electrical Solutions in the residential, commercial and construction sectors. The growth is primarily the result of Jeremy’s customer first philosophy, plus his over 20 years of industry experience.

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